Biochemical Test of Vibrio cholerae 5/5 (1)

Biochemical Test of Vibrio cholerae

Biochemical Test of Vibrio cholerae

­Basic CharacteristicsProperties (Vibrio cholerae)
CapsuleNon-Capsulated
Citrate+ve
FlagellaFlagellated
Gas-ve
Gelatin Hydrolysis+ve
Gram Staining-ve
H2S-ve
HemolysisBeta Hemolysis
Indole+ve
MotilityMotile
MR (Methyl Red)-ve
Nitrate Reduction+ve
Oxidase+ve
ShapeRods
SporeNon-Sporing
String Test+ve
Urease-ve
VP (Voges Proskauer)Variable
Fermentation of
Adonitol-ve
Arabinose-ve
Arabitol-ve
Cellobiose-ve
DNase+ve
Dulcitol-ve
Erythritol-ve
Galactose+ve
Glucose+ve
Glycerol-ve
Inositol-ve
LactoseVariable
Maltose+ve
Mannitol+ve
Mannose+ve
Melibiose-ve
Mucate-ve
MyoInositol-ve
Raffinose-ve
Rhamnose-ve
Salicin-ve
Sorbitol-ve
Sucrose+ve
Tartrate+ve
Trehalose+ve
Xylose-ve
Enzymatic Reactions
Acetate Utilization+ve
Arbutin-ve
Arginine Dehydrolase-ve
Esculin Hydrolysis-ve
Lipase+ve
Lysine+ve
ONPG (β-galactosidase)+ve
Ornithine Decarboxylase+ve
Phenylalanine Deaminase-ve
Tyrosine Hydrolysis-ve

Vibrio cholerae

Biochemical Test of Vibrio cholerae

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