differences between bacteria

MJR you at somehost.somedomain
Thu Sep 28 11:33:51 EST 1995


In article <DFB3tq.14I at hermes.hrz.uni-bielefeld.de>, microbio at hrz.uni-bielefeld.de ( BioIX Gentechnologie und Mikrobiologie) says:
>
>In article <thomas.6.305D9211 at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de> thomas at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de (Thomas Zander t3013) writes:
>>Does anyone know a non-complicated book (or simple answers) , where I can find 
>>what the basic differences between the following bacteria are:
>>
>The often recommended Bergey may be too complicated for a beginner. 
>I like the german textbook "Allgemeine Mikrobiologie" by H.G. Schlegel
>(Thieme Verlag). You'll find there all information you need without
>beeing too detailed. A phylogenetic tree of the enterobacteriaceae, (most
>of your bacteria belong to them) may be found in "the procaryotes" by Stanier
>et al.You should find these books in your local library. Good luck,
>
>Anne
>
In Vienna we rely on Brock, Madigan,et.al. =Microbiology=, which probably gives 
the best possible introduction and overview into modern microbiology.You will 
find beside easy to be read texts quite good coloured pictures still not present in 
Schlegel.

Martin



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