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Bacteria u world micro q self-limiting diarrhea obligate aerobe

jennifergulas.tumblr.com has my question hosted. i am stuck b/c i dont think it's shigella, salmonella or e.coli. i believe it is not an enteric bacteria either-since all of them are fermenters of glucose! any help is appreciated-we are in our 2nd wk of micro and i was stumped on this q...
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clostridum perfringens
bacillus cereus

both can cause watery self -limited diarrhea .both obligate aerobe
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clostridum perfringens
bacillus cereus

both can cause watery self -limited diarrhea .both obligate aerobe

bacillus is obligate aerobe but clostridium is obligate anaerobic.........
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bacillus is obligate aerobe but clostridium is obligate anaerobic.........
RIGHT! my bad!
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