Bacillus brevis

A large aerobic, gram-positive or gram-variable bacillus that produces endospores. Colonies appearing on agar medium may be smooth, or may have hair-like outgrowths endospores and appears in chains. Colonies appearing on agar medium may be smooth, or may have hair-like outgrowths from the edge. It is ubiquitous in nature being found in soil, dust, water, plants, humans and animals. It can cause food poisoning in humans and animals. Usually considered nonpathogenic for humans, but may occasionally be an opportunistic pathogen.

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