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The prokaryotes / 7, Proteobacteria: Delta and epsilon subclass. Deeply rooting bacteria.

Publisher: New York, NY : Springer, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3. edView all editions and formats
Publication:Proteobacteria: Delta and epsilon subclass. Deeply rooting bacteria.

The Third Edition of The Prokaryotes, acclaimed as a classic in its field, offers new and updated articles by worldwide experts on taxa of relevance to medicine, ecology and industry. Now includes  Read more...


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Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
ISBN: 0387254978 9780387254975
OCLC Number: 315644298
In: Internetausg
Description: LIII, 1073 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: Proteobacteria. Delta Subclass. The Genus Pelobacter. The Genus Bdellovibrio. The Myxobacteria. Epsilon Subclass. The Genus Campylobacter. The Genus Helicobacter. The Genus Wolinella.- Spirochaetes. Free Living Saccharolytic Spirochetes: The Genus Spirochaeta. The Genus Treponema. The Genus Borrelia. The Genus Leptospira. Termite Gut Spirochetes. The Genus Brachyspira.- Chlorobiaceae. The Family Chlorobiaceae.- Bacteroides and Cytophaga Group. The Medically Important Bacteroides spp. in Health and Disease. The Genus Porphyromonas. An Introduction to the Family Flavobacteriacea. The Genus Flavobacterium.The Genera Bergeyella and Weeksella. The Genera Flavobacterium, Sphingobacterium, and Weeksella. The Cytophagales. The Genus Saprospira. The Genus Haliscomenobacter. Sphingomonas and Related Genera. The Genera Empedobacter and Myroides. The Genus Chryseobacterium. The Marine Clade of the Family Flavobacteriaceae: The Genera Aequorivita, Arenibacter, Cellulophaga, Croceibacter, Formosa, Gelidibacter, Gillisis, Maribacter, Mesonia, Muricauda, Polaribacter, Psychroflexus, Psychroserpens, Robiginitalea, Salegentibacter, Tenacibaculum, Ulvibacter, Vitellibacter, and Zobellia. Capnophilic Bird Pathogens in the Family Flavobacteriaceae: Riemerella, Ornithobacterium, and Coenonia.The Genus Capnocytophaga. The Genera Rhodothermus, Thermonema, Hymenobacter, and Salinibacter.- Chlamydia. Chlamydia.- Planctomyces and Related Bacteria.The Order Planctomycetales, including the Genera Planctomyces, Pirellula, Gemmata, and Isosphaera, and the Candidatus Genera Brocadia, Kuenenia, and Scalindua.- Thermus. The Genus Thermus and Related Microorganisms.- Chloroflexaceae and Related Bacteria.The Family Chloroflexaceae. The Genus Thermoleophilum. The Genus Thermomicrobium. The Genus Herpetosiphon.- Verrucomicrobium. The Phylum Verrucomicrobia: A Phylogenetically Heterogeneous Bacterial Group.- Thermotogales. Thermotogales.- Aquificales. Aquificales.- Phylogenetically Unaffiliated Bacteria. Morphologically Conspicuous Sulfur-Oxidizing Eubacteria. The Genus Propionigenium. The Genus Zoogloea. Large Symbiotic Spirochetes: Clevelandia, Cristispira, Diplocalyx, Hollandina, and Pillotina. Streptobacillus moniliformis. The Genus Toxothrix. The Genus Gallionella. The Genera Caulococcus and Kusnezovia. The Genus Brachyarcus. The Genus Pelosigma. The Genus Siderocapsa (or Other Iron- or Manganese-Oxidizing Eubacteria).The Genus Fusobacterium.-
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