A. tumefaciens is a pathogenic soil bacterium known to cause grown gall disease, in nut trees and the plants of some stone fruits.
- Biosafety Level: 2
- Gram Stain: Negative
- Cell Morphology: Rods
- Oxidase: Positive
- Indole: Negative
- Respiration: Aerobic
A. tumefaciens is also known as Rhizobium radiobacter, and Agrobacterium radiobacter.
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Caution: This organism is pathogenic, Ward’s recommends that you utilize proper aseptic technique when handling all microorganisms.