Bergeys manual of determinative bacteriology
Bergeys Manual of Determinative Bacteriology by John G. HoltBased on the data contained in the four-volume Bergeys Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, BMDB-9 also includes new genera and species, new combinations, and new taxa published through the January 1992 issue of the IJSB. Users will find short general descriptions that encompass all organisms by Groups; shape and size, Gram reaction, other pertinent morphological features, motility and flagella, relations to oxygen, basic type of metabolism, carbon and energy sources, habitat and ecology. BMDB-9 also includes discussions of difficulties in identification, keys or tables to genera and species, genus descriptions, synonyms, other nomenclatural changes, and numerous illustrations.
Bergey‘s Manual of Determinative Bacteriology
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Includes introductory chapters on classification of prokaryotes, the concept of bacterial species, numerical and polyphasic taxonomy, bacterial nomenclature and the etymology of prokaryotic names, nucleic acid probes and their application in environmental microbiology, culture collections, and the intellectual property of prokaryotes. The first Road Map to the prokaryotes is included as well as an overview of the phylogenetic backbone and taxonomic framework for prokaryotic systematics. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide. Front Matter Pages i-xxvi.
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The manual was published subsequent to the Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology , though the latter is still published as a guide for identifying unknown bacteria. However, this process has become more empirical in recent years. The change in volume set to " Systematic Bacteriology " came in a new contract in , whereupon the new style included "relationships between organisms" and had "expanded scope" overall.