cjfields at jove.acs.unt.edu
Wed Jul 5 18:07:18 EST 2000
I would like to say that Bergey's isn't outdated to anybody working on a
bacterium that isn't sequenced! It takes a much shorter amount of time
to determine G+C empirically than it takes to sequence the genome of
anything. Besides, a new edition of Bergey's is on the way in the next
few years, which is definitely not outdated and is completely
reorganized. I'd hate to see what you'd say about the new edition of
Susanne Rohrer wrote:
> Thanks for the smart hints, but since the genome is being sequenced, there is
> more accurate information available than the experimental data from an
> (outdated) book.
C. J. Fields
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The University of North Texas
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