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Organisms
Habitat
Virulence
Pathology
Other
Gram (+) Bacilli - Sporeforming
C. botulinum
C. tetani
Clostridium
C. perfringens
C. difficile
E. faecalis
(Group D)
Enterococcus
Gamma hemolytic
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Organisms Habitat Virulence Pathology Other Gram (+) Bacilli - Sporeforming C. botulinum C. tetani Clostridium C. perfringens C. difficile E. faecalis (Group D) Enterococcus Gamma hemolytic

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