Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Volume 1
DAVID H. HOLT, David Hendricks Bergey, D. H. Bergey, John G. Holt, Noel R. Krieg, R. G. E. Murray, Don J.. Brenner, Marvin P.. Bryant
Williams & Wilkins, 1984 - Science - 2648 pages
Bacterial classification; Bacterial nomenclature; Identification of bacteria; Reference collections of bacteria - the need and requirement for type strains; List of culture collections; The higher taxa, or a place for everything? Kingdom procaryotae; Gracilicutes; Firmicutes; Tenericutes; Mendosicutes; The spirochetes; Aerobic/microaerophilic, motile, helical/vibrioid gram-negative bacteria; Nonmotile (or rarely motile), gram-negative curved bacteria; Gran-negative aerobic rods and cocci; Facultatively anaerobic gram-negative rods; Anaerobic gram-negative straight, curved and helical rods; Dissemilatory sulfate- or sulfur-reducing bacteria; Anaerobic gram-negative cocci; The rickettsias and chlamydias; The mycoplasmas; Endosymbionts.
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acid activity addition aerobic agar Alteromonas amino acids anaerobic antigens appear ATCC bacteria bacteriophage biovar broth campestris carbohydrates carbon sources cause cells characteristics characters classification collections colonies concentration containing cultures definitions described determined diameter Differentiation edition enrichment extract Figure flagella formation Further genera genetic genus given glucose Gram-negative grow growth homology host identification incubation indicated infection isolated known listed major Manual medium membrane methods morphological motile NaCl natural NCPPB negative nitrate nitrogen occur Optimum organisms phenotypic physiological pigment plant polar positive possess present Procedures produced protein Pseudomonas range reaction reference reported rods salts separate serovars similar single soil sole solution species structure studies surface Table taxonomic temperature Type strain usually utilized values various wall