Bergey's manual of systematic bacteriology, Volume 2

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Williams & Wilkins, 1985 - Medical - 2648 pages
Assists in the identification of bacteria and indicates the relationships of bacteria. Articles include the name of the genus, synonyms, etymology of the name, description, enrichment and isolation data, maintenance procedures, testing for special characters, differentiation of the genus from other genera, taxonomic comments, differentiation of the species of the genus, list of the species of the genus, species incertae sedis, and literature cited.

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Contents

Bacterial Classification
965
Bacterial Nomenclature
983
Reference Collections of BacteriaThe Need and Requirements for Type
991
SECTION 12
999
SECTION 17
1011
SECTION 13
1134
possible in a definite sequence as follows Growth conditions and nutrition
1157
TABLES
1175
SECTION 15
1261
SECTION 16
1428
The Mycobacteria
1435
Nocardioforms
1458
Genus Rhodococcus
1472
Genus Pseudonocardia
1485
Genus Promicromonospora
1501
Index
1581

SECTION 14
1208
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