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Systematic Bacteriology The Archaea and the Deeply Branching and Phototrophic Bacteria

ISBN-10: 0387987711
ISBN-13: 9780387987712
Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)
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Description: Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, one of the most comprehensive and authoritative works in the field of bacterial taxonomy, has been extensively revised in the form of a five volume Second Edition.Since the first edition was published in  More...

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Book details

List price: $189.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 5/18/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 722
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 4.488
Language: English

Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, one of the most comprehensive and authoritative works in the field of bacterial taxonomy, has been extensively revised in the form of a five volume Second Edition.Since the first edition was published in 1984, the field has undergone explosive growth, with over 2200 new species and 390 new genera having been described. Numerous taxonomic rearrangements and changes in nomenclature have resulted from more than 850 published new combinations. These developments, which are attributable to rapid advances in molecular sequencing of highly conserved regions of the procaryotic genome, most notably genes coding for the RNA of the small ribosomal subunit, have lead to a natural classification that reflects the evolutionary history of Bacteria and Archaea, and to the development of new, universally applicable methods of identifying these organisms.This new edition has been completely reorganized along phylogenetic lines to reflect the current state of procaryotic taxonomy but still maintains the familiar layout of the First Edition. In addition to the detailed treatments, provided for all of the validly named and well-known species of procaryotes, new ecological information and more extensive introductory chapters have been added. Use of the manual is aided by a system of cross referencing between the phylogenetic groups and the phenotypic groups used in the First Edition. In keeping with the tradition of the First Edition, volumes will be available individually, and eventually as a complete set. The editors for Volume One are David R. Boone of Portland State University and Richard W. Castenholz of the University of Oregon.

Species in 157 genera
Including 172
New or realigned species
History
Etymology
Polyphasic taxonomy
Probes
Phylogenetic backbone
Micrlobial ecology
Culture collections
Intellectual property
Using the Manual
Classification of Procaryotes
Preface to first BMDB
Preface to first BMSB
Numerical Taxonomy
Numerical Identification
Bacterial Nomenclature
Acidianus
Aeropyrum
Caldivirga
Desulfurococcaceae
Desulfurococcales
Desulfurococcus
Hyperthermus
Igneococcus
Melallosphaera
Pryodictiaceae
Pryodictium
Pyrobaculum
Pyrolobus
Staphylothermus
Stetteria
Stygiolobus
Sulfolobaceae
Sulfolobales
Sulfolobus
Sulfophobococcus
Sulfurisphaera
Sulfurococcus
Thermocladium
Thermodiscus
Thermofilaceae
Thermofilum
Thermoproteaceae
Thermoproteales
Thermoprotei
Thermoproteus
Thermosphaera
Archaeoglobaceae
Archaeoglobales
Archaeoglobi
Archaeoglobus
Ferroglobus
Haloarcula
Halobacteria (class)
Halobacteriaceae
Halobacteriales
Halobacterium
Halobaculum
Halococcus
Haloferax
Halogeometricum
Halorubrum
Haloterrigena
Methanobacteria
Methanobacteriaceae
Methanobacteriales
Methanobacterium
Methanobrevibacter
Methanocalculus
Methanocaldococcaceae
Methanocaldococcus
Methanococcaceae
Methanococcales
Methanococci
Methanococcoides
Methanococcus
Methanocorpusculaceae
Methanocorpusculum
Methanoculleus
Methanofollis
Methanogenium
Methanohalobium
Methanohalophliis
Methanolacinia
Methanolobus
Methanomicrobiaceae
Methanomicrobiales
Methanomicrobium
Methanoplanus
Methanopyraceae
Methanopyrales
Methanopyri
Methanopyrus
Methanosaeta
Methanosaetaceae
Methanosalsum
Methanosarcina
Methanosarcinales
Methanosarcincaceae
Methanosphaera
Methanospirillaceae
Methanospirillum
Methanothermaceae
Methanothermobacter
Methanothermococcus
Methanothermus
Methanotorris
Natrialba
Natrinema
Natronobacterium
Natronococcus
Natronomonas
Natronorubrum
Picrophilaceae
Picrophilus
Pyrococcus
Taxonomy of Methanogens
Thermococci
Thermococcaceae
Thermococcales
Thermococcus
Thermoplasma (class)
Thermoplasma (genus)
Thermoplasmataceae
Thermoplasmatales
Aquifex
Aquificaceae
Aquificae (class)
Aquificae (phylum)
Aquificales
Calderobacterium
Coprothermobacter
Desulfurobacterium
Fervidobacterium
Geotoga
Hydrogenobacter
Hydrogenobacter acidophilus
Petrotoga
Thermocrinis
Thermodesulfobacteria
Thermodesulfobacteriaceae
Thermodesulfobacteriales
Thermodesulfobacterium
Thermosipho
Thermotoga
Thermotogaceae
Thermotogae
Thermotogales
Deinococcaceae
Deinococcales
Deinococci (class)
Deinococcus
Meiothermus
Thermi
Thermales
Thermaceae
Thermus
Chrysiogetes
Chrysiogenales
Chrysiogenaceae
Chrysiogenes
Essay
Chloroflexi
Chloroflexus
Chloronema
Filamentous Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria
Heliothrix
Herpetosiphon
Herpetosiphonales
Oscillochloris
Thermomicrobia (class)
Thermomicrobiales
Thermomicrobiaceae
Thermomicrobium
Nitrospira
Leptospirillum
Magnetobacterium
Thermodesulfovibrio
Oxygenic photosyn. Bacteria
Oxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria
General Characteristics
Phylogenetic relationships
Cyanobacteria I
Cyanobacteria II - Pleurocapsales
Cyanobacteria III - Oscillatoriales
Cyanobacteria IV
Cyanobacteria V - Stigonemateles
Green Sulfur Bacterium
Chlorobium
Ancalochloris
Chloroherpeton
Pelodictyon
Prosthecochloris
Addendum
Heliobacteriaceae
Heliobacterium
Heliobacillus
Heliophilum
Heliorestis
Anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria

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