Rhodotorula Bacteria, Fungi, Yeast Or Mold Spore PathogenWhat is Rhodotorula? Rhodotorula is a bacteria fungi, yeast, mold or spore which has recently been labeled as a pathogen and can cause septicemia, bacterial endocarditis, meningitis, peritonitis, endophthalmitis and bovine mastitis.
Where This Bacteria Is FoundThe rhodotorula bacteria or fungi pathogen is located in the air we breath, the dirt in the ground, in the ocean water, fruit juices, and in dairy foods just to name a few places and have an affinity to man made plastic. The fact that rhodotorula bacteria are attracted to plastic causes infections to be mainly centered around hospital lab equipment, namely catheters which can transfer the bacteria into the bloodstream causing blood poisoning, also known as septicemia.
Rhodotorula Bacterial ColonizationRhodotorula fungi or pathogen likes to colonize plants, humans and animals alike. It is a part of the basidiomycota phylum species and the family cryptococcaceae, or subfamily of Rhodotorulodeae.
Rhodotorula bacteria is normally harmless, but can cause blood poisoning in those with already compromised immune systems, such as those already being hospitalized for other conditions.