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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

Essentially the most authoritative works in bacterial taxonomy, this source has been greatly revised. This 5 quantity moment variation has been reorganized alongside phylogenetic traces to mirror the present country of prokaryotic taxonomy. as well as the precise remedies supplied for the entire validly named and famous species of prokaryotes, this variation contains new ecological details and extra large introductory chapters.

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Oribacterium sinus gen. , sp. , within the family ‘Lachnospiraceae’ (phylum Firmicutes). Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 54: 1611–1615. , G. Y. Han. 2007. Moryella indoligenes gen. , sp. , an anaerobic bacterium isolated from clinical specimens. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 57: 725–729. Chen, S. and X. Dong. 2004. Acetanaerobacterium elongatum gen. , sp. , from paper mill waste water. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 54: 2257–2262. , T. Doerks, C. J. Creevey, B. Snel and P. Bork. 2006. Toward automatic reconstruction of a highly resolved tree of life.

Marinibacillus and Jeotgalibacillus are closely related to each other as well as to Bacillus aminovorans. This group is distantly related to the Planococcaceae, and they are also assigned to that family. Lastly, Exiguobacterium is not closely related to any of the described families, and it is assigned to a Family XII Incertae Sedis in the current road map. Bacillus schlegelii and Bacillus solfatarae represent their own deeply branching lineage of the “Bacilli” and warrant reclassification. Family “Listeriaceae” The monophyletic family “Listeriaceae” combines the genera Listeria and Brochothrix as in the previous outline.

SyntrophomonasVP (T) Genus II. PelosporaVP Genus III. SyntrophosporaVP Genus IV. SyntrophothermusVP Genus V. ThermosyntrophaVP Family X. VeillonellaceaeVP Genus I. VeillonellaAL (T) Genus II. AcetonemaVP Genus III. AcidaminococcusAL Genus IV. AllisonellaVP Genus V. AnaeroarcusVP Genus VI. AnaeroglobusVP Genus VII. AnaeromusaVP Genus VIII. AnaerosinusVP Genus IX. AnaerovibrioAL Genus X. CentipedaVP Genus XI. DendrosporobacterVP Genus XII. DialisterVP Genus XIII. MegasphaeraAL Genus XIV. MitsuokellaVP Genus XV.

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