The Prokaryotes: a handbook on habitats, isolation, and identification of bacteria, Volume 2

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Mortimer P. Starr
Springer-Verlag, 1981 - 2440 pages
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V.1 - Introductory essays; The prototrophic prokaryotes; The gliding bacteria; The sheathed bacteria some gas-vacuolate bacteria; The budding and/or appendaged bacteria; The spirochetes; Some helical and curved bacteria; The pseudomonads and relatives; Some dinitrogen-fixing bacteria and relatives; Taxonomically heterogeneous, physiologically defined assemblages of bacterial genera; The obligately chemolithotropic bacteria; Small, aerobic, gram-negative bacteria of medical importance; v.2 - The families enterobactgeriaceae and vibrionaceae some marine bacteria; Miscellaneous, facultatively anaerobic, gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria; Anaerobic, gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria; Gram-negative cocci and related rod-shaped bacteria; Gram-positive cocci; Gram-positive, asporogenous, rod-shaped bacteria; The endospore-forming bacteria; The coryneform bacteria; The actinomycetes; Some obligately symbiotic bacteria; Wall-deficient bacteria.

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SECTION E The Budding andor Appendaged Bacteria 449
The Families Enterobacteriaceae
SECTION H The Pseudomonads and Relatives 653

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