Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume 3: The by Paul Vos, George Garrity, Dorothy Jones, Noel R. Krieg,

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By Paul Vos, George Garrity, Dorothy Jones, Noel R. Krieg, Wolfgang Ludwig, Fred A. Rainey, Karl-Heinz Schleifer, William B. Whitman

Some of the most authoritative works in bacterial taxonomy, this source has been commonly revised. This 5 quantity moment version has been reorganized alongside phylogenetic traces to mirror the present kingdom of prokaryotic taxonomy. as well as the targeted remedies supplied for the entire validly named and recognized species of prokaryotes, this variation comprises new ecological details and extra wide introductory chapters.

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MoryellaVP Genus XIII. OribacteriumVP Genus XIV. ParasporobacteriumVP Genus XV. PseudobutyrivibrioVP Genus XVI. RoseburiaVP Genus XVII. ShuttleworthiaVP Genus XVIII. SporobacteriumVP Genus XIX. SyntrophococcusVP Family VI. PeptococcaceaeAL Genus I. PeptococcusAL (T) Genus II. CryptanaerobacterVP Genus III. DehalobacterVP Genus IV. DesulfitobacteriumVP Genus V. DesulfonisporaVP Genus VI. DesulfosporosinusVP Genus VII. DesulfotomaculumAL Genus VIII. PelotomaculumVP Genus IX. SporotomaculumVP Genus X.

May, B. Nonhoff, B. Reichel, R. Strehlow, A. Stamatakis, N. Stuckmann, A. Vilbig, M. Lenke, T. Ludwig, A. H. Schleifer. 2004. ARB: A software environment for sequence data. Nucleic Acids Res. 32: 1363–1371. Ludwig, W. P. Klenk. 2005. Overview: a phylogenetic backbone and taxonomic framework for procaryotic systematics. ), Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, 2nd edn, vol. 2, The Proteobacteria, Part A, Introductory Essays. Springer, New York, pp. 49–65. Ludwig, W. H. Schleifer. 2005. Molecular phylogeny of bacteria based on comparative sequence analysis of conserved genes.

2006), Faecalibacterium (formerly in the Clostridiaceae), Fastidiosipila, Oscillospira, Papillibacter (formerly in the “Acidaminococaceae”), the type species of the genus Ruminococcus (R. , 2004). , 2004), termitidis, thermocellum, thermosuccinogenes, and viride. Eubacterium siraeum also belongs to this lineage. , 2005). On the basis of the current rRNA-based phylogenetic analyses, many of these genera may not even be members of the phylum Firmicutes. Despite these tendencies, these taxa are maintained in the current volume owing to their taxonomic history and the lack of additional data demanding an official description of new phyla.

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