Salmonella and Streptococci
kr1 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Wed Dec 3 16:33:50 EST 1997
Have you tried Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology 9th ed.?
This is an excellent diagnostic aid, rather than a systematic guide such
as the Manual of Systematic Bacteriology. Hope this helps.
Karl J. Roberts, Ph.D.
On Wed, 3 Dec 1997, Eirik Korsell wrote:
> Point taken; but let's say you want to create a list of let's say 20
> differences between two species of bacteria. What I'm after is a
> book/web site/whatever where you can look up any bacteria in some index
> and get out a list of all the diagnostic characteristics of the species.
> I've tried a couple of degree textbooks and Bergy's manual but none
> seems to do the trick for me. I just can't find the information I'm
> looking for.....any more ideas..??
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