Help identify bacterial strains, please

Katherine Scurrah katherine.scurrah at foodscience.afisc.csiro.au
Mon Apr 6 23:40:56 EST 1998


Hi Martin,

An excellent reference for identifying, isolating etc. bacteria is
"Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology" 1984, Williams & Wilkins.
USA (not Berkey's!).  It comes in two volumes.  I'm curious to know why
you have such a list of misspelt bacteria?!
Katherine



Martin Jugenburg wrote:

> Hello,
> I am trying to learn more about a group of bacteria.  I have a list,
> but
> some of them I was unable to look up.  I suspect that the names that I
>
> have have spelling mistakes etc, thus giving me wrong names that I
> cannot look up.  If anyone recognizes any of these organisms, please
> let
> me know what their proper name is, and where can I find some
> information
> on them
>
> Here's the list.  These names are very likely misspelled, and some may
>
> be a combination of two different organisms that got mixed up:
>
> pneumoaptitis carium
> protens myrabilis
> moraxella catanhallis
> klebsiella aerogens
> micrococcus
> streptococcus viridans
>
> Thank you!!!
>
> MJ
> please reply to:
> martin.jugenburg at utoronto.ca






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