Bergey's manual of systematic bacteriology, Volume 2
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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Reference Collections of BacteriaThe Need and Requirements for Type
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acetate aerobic amino acids ammonia anaerobic antigen arabinose arginine ATCC Bacillus species bacteria blood agar plates broth cultures butyrate carbohydrate catalase cell wall cereus characteristics classification Clostridium cocci containing detected diameter differentiated DNA homology DNA/DNA endospores erythromycin Esculin ethanol fatty acids fermented fructose galactose gelatin genera genetic genus glucose glycerol Gram-positive hemolysis Holdeman human hydrolyzed hyicus identification incubation isolated Kloos lactate lactic lactose maltose mannitol medium meso-DAP metabolism Micrococcus motile mutans NaCl NCIB NCTC ND ND nitrate nutrient agar occur optimum organisms pathogens penicillin peptidoglycan Peptococcus phenotypic pigment polysaccharide produce acid propionate protein PYG broth pyruvate raffinose reaction resistant rhamnose Ruminococcus salicin Schleifer serological serovars soil sorbitol spores Staphylococcus starch strains produce strains tested streptococci studies subsp succinate sucrose Surface colonies susceptible Table taxa taxonomic teichoic acid tetracycline tetrads trehalose type strain usually xylose