differences between bacteria

Karl-Heinz Kuhn t2150 kuhn at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de
Tue Sep 19 03:35:14 EST 1995


In article <thomas.6.305D9211 at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de> thomas at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de (Thomas Zander t3013) writes:
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>Subject: differences between bacteria
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>Does anyone know a non-complicated book (or simple answers) , where I can find 
>what the basic differences between the following bacteria are:

>Salmonella thyphimurium
>Escherichia coli
>Vibrio cholerae
>Legionella pneumophila
>Haemophilus influenzae
>Erwinia crysanthemi
>Azotobacter vinelandii
>Shigella flexneri

>Im interested in things like: where and how do they live, are they aerob or 
>anaerob, growth temp., gram +/-, how are they connected in a phyllogenic 
>tree....

>Thanks in advance
>Thomas

>Thomas.Zander at biologie.uni-regensburg.de
>Inst.f.Biophysik u. Physiaklische Biochemie
>Universität Regensburg
>Germany

dave boone answered:

 Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 9th ed. (1994) Williams &
 Wilkins, Baltimore (or Munich) ISBN 0-683-00603-7.

Actually, you can find this book in the Biology Library of your (our) 
University.

Viele Gruesse,
Karl-Heinz.Kuhn at biologie.uni-regensburg.de



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