Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus as a possible biological control agent Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus como posible agente de control biológico

Leonardo Aranda-Vivas, Iván, Sánchez-Varela, Alejandro, Rodríguez-Luna, Isabel Cristina, & Elufisan, Temidayo
2018 unpublished
ID 1° Autor: Leonardo Iván Aranda-Vivas /ORC ID: 0000-0002-9399-220X, Researcher ID Thomson: D-6349-2018, arXiv ID: Leonardo Ar, PubMed ID: LeonardoAr, CVU CONACYT-ID: 856718 ID 1° Coautor: Alejandro Sánchez-Varela/ORC ID: 0000-0002-3801-0162, Researcher ID Thomson: D-5397-2018, arXiv ID: asanvare, PubMed ID: sanchvas, CVU CONACYT-ID: 90836 ID 2° Coautor: Isabel Cristina Rodríguez-Luna /ORC ID: 0000-0001-5999-8715, Researcher ID Thomson: D-6561-2018, arXiv ID: isacri77, PubMed ID: isacricbg,
more » ... CONACYT-ID: 463015 ID 3° Coautor: Temidayo Oluyomi, Elufisan /ORC ID: 0000-0001-9445-0229, Researcher ID Thomson: D-5854-2018, arXiv ID: ptemidayo, PubMed ID: ptemidayo, CVU CONACYT-ID: 668951 Abstract Within ecosystems there is a hierarchical form of survival, where the predator hunts its prey for that purpose. From aquatic environments, to terrestrial ones, but we rarely turn to see the microscopic world of bacteria where in the same way these living beings look for a way of survival and some of these microorganisms develop in a predatory way.