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Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium species

by Joseph M. Madden

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Published by American Geophysical Union in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Antarctica
    • Subjects:
    • Corynebacterium -- Classification,
    • Bacillus (Bacteria) -- Classification,
    • Soil microbiology -- Antarctica -- Classification

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJoseph M. Madden, Susan K. Siegel, and Roy M. Johnson.
      GenreClassification.
      SeriesTerrestrial biology ;, 3, paper 5, Antarctic research series ;, v. 30, paper 5
      ContributionsSiegel, Susan K., joint author., Johnson, Roy M., 1926- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH84.2 .T47 no. 3, paper 5, QR82.C6 .T47 no. 3, paper 5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 77-103 :
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4738266M
      ISBN 100875901484
      LC Control Number78031402

      C. ulcerans colonies on a blood agar plate. Scientific classification Kingdom: Bacteria. Archaea (Ancient Bacteria) and Eubacteria (True Bacteria) are still considered the Prokaryotes, a Greek name meaning before the [true] nucleus. Prokaryotes are the oldest, most abundant, and widely distributed group of organisms and can be found almost everywhere: soil, water, air, and even in .

      Bacterial taxonomy is the taxonomy, i.e. the rank-based classification, of bacteria.. In the scientific classification established by Carl Linnaeus, each species has to be assigned to a genus (binary nomenclature), which in turn is a lower level of a hierarchy of ranks (family, suborder, order, subclass, class, division/phyla, kingdom and domain). In the currently accepted classification of. Start studying Bacterial Taxonomy (Microbiology). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. some species grow in soil, some human pathogen. Ruminococcus. Digestive flora of ruminant animals. Some bacteria 27 terms. dustinlit. BSC Exam 3 74 terms. alexis_jacobson Patho Chapter 10 Part 1.

      bacteria isolated from sites within a given geographi-cal area, e.g., McKelvey Valley. A summary list of all the bacterial species identified to date is given in table 1, which also includes information on the com-mon habitat of each species (Breed et al., ). Table 2 summarizes the bacterial genera, showing. Bacterial Pathogens. The following tables list the species, and some higher groups, of pathogenic Eubacteria mentioned in the text. The classification of Bacteria, one of the three domains of life, is in constant flux as relationships become clearer through sampling of genetic sequences.


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Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium species by Joseph M. Madden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium species. Washington: American Geophysical Union, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph M Madden; Susan K Siegel; Roy M Johnson.

Especially noteworthy is the page Proceedings of the Third SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology (). In addition, the 's has witnessed an increasing frequency of publications on Antarctic terrestial biological research in top-ranking journals, and has seen the introduction of the new journal Polar Biology.

Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium Species, in: (Ed.)Ierrestrial Biology lll, Antarcticp, AGU, Washington, D.C. Join ResearchGate to find the. Danny W. Scott DVM, William H. Miller Jr. VMD, in Equine Dermatology, CORYNEBACTERIAL INFECTIONS. Corynebacterium species are gram-positive, pleomorphic bacteria.

In general, (1) these bacteria require various predisposing factors to become established as an infection, (2) manipulation of the immune response by natural or artificial methods is not adequate for producing resistance to. Madden, J. M., S. Siegel & Johnson, R. () Taxonomy of some Antarctic bacillus and corynebacterium species.

Terrestrial Biol. III. Antarctic Res. Series 77– Google Scholar Majima, E., M. Abe & Higashi, S. () Varying electrophoretic mobility of an esterase caused by a factor in extracts of Bacillus stearothermophilus by: 3.

Corynebacterium species are aerobic, nonencapsulated, nonspore-forming, mostly nonmotile, pleomorphic gram-positive bacilli. Isolation is enhanced by the use of selective media (e.g., cystine-tellurite blood agar) that inhibit the growth of competing organisms and, when reduced by C. diphtheriae, produce colonies that appear grey to black.

Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium species / Joseph M. Madden, Susan K. Siegel, Roy M. Johnson --Paper 6. Feeding chases in the Adélie penguin / David H. Thompson --Paper 7. The mummified seals of Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica / Wakefield Dort, Jr.

--Paper 8. Corynebacterium riegelii (′ii. N.L. gen. riegelii, of Riegel, to honor contemporary French microbiologist Philippe Riegel for his contributions to the taxonomy of the genus Corynebacterium as well as to the clinical microbiology of coryneform bacteria).

The description of the characteristics given below is based on the results of. Halomonas subglaciescola sp. nov. is proposed, based on the characteristics of 29 strains of halotolerant, nonpigmented bacteria isolated from an Antarctic, hypersaline, meromictic lake.

Regular surveys of heterotrophic microflora from seawater were conducted in the subantarctic (Kerguelen archipelago) and Antarctic (Terre Adélie area).

Although a predominance of psychrophilic bacteria could be expected for such polar marine environments, there were no significant differences between results obtained after incubation at two different temperatures (4°C for 21 days or 18°C.

Book reviews Antarctic valviferans (Crustacea, Isopoda, Valvifera): new genera, new species and redescriptions Angelika Brandt E.J. Brill, Leiden, (). pages. Dutch Guilders ISBN 90 04 2. This volume describes new species of valviferan isopods, and redescribes some species already known, collected on.

Actinobacteria are Gram-positive bacteria with high G+C DNA content that constitute one of the largest bacterial phyla, and they are ubiquitously distributed in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Many Actinobacteria have a mycelial lifestyle and undergo complex morphological differentiation.

They also have an extensive secondary metabolism and produce about two-thirds of all naturally. Bacilli is a taxonomic class of low G+C gram-positive bacteria that include rod-shaped and coccus-shaped species, including the genera Bacillus and Staphylococcus.

anthracis causes anthrax, B. cereus may cause opportunistic infections of the gastrointestinal tract, and S.

aureus strains can cause a wide range of infections and diseases, many. Numerical taxonomy of certain coryneform bacteria. Bacteriol. The results indicated that all the phytopathogens studied were sufficiently distinct from the type species, Corynebacterium diphtheriae, to be excluded from the genus Corynebacterium.

The grouping of some of the phytopathogens with Microbacterium lacticum is discussed. A taxonomy is a hierarchical scheme for classifying and identifying organisms.

It was developed by Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus in the 18th century. In addition to being a valuable tool for biological classification, Linnaeus's system is also useful for scientific naming.

Taxonomy of some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium species / Joseph M. Madden, Susan K. Siegel, and Mechanical composition of soil in relation to field descriptions of texture / by T.J. Marshall; Keys to soil taxonomy [electronic resource] / by Soil Survey Staff.

Moneran, any of the prokaryotes constituting the two domains Bacteria and Archaea. The monerans are distinct from eukaryotic organisms because of the structure and chemistry of their cells.

As prokaryotes, they lack the definite nucleus and membrane-bound organelles (specialized cellular parts) of.

Taxonomy of Some Antarctic Bacillus and Corynebacterium Species Joseph M. Madden, Susan K. Siegel, and Roy M. Johnson Paper 5 in Terrestrial Biology III Antarctic Research Series Volume 30 Bruce Parker, Editor American Geophysical Union. This chapter discusses the state of the art in bacterial taxonomy.

It addresses criteria for species delineation, the polyphasic species concept, and multilocus sequence- and whole-genome sequence-based approaches for species definition.

An overview of classification and identification methods is presented, which includes traditional phenotypic, chemotaxonomic, and genotypic techniques. Numerical taxonomy of some bacteria isolated from Antarctic and tropical seawaters.

Bacteriol. Microorganisms from Antarctic seas and from tropical waters near Puerto Rico were examined with a series of morphological, physiological, and biochemical tests. Enterobacter, (genus Enterobacter), any of a group of rod-shaped bacteria of the family Enterobacteriaceae.

Enterobacter are gram-negative bacteria that are classified as facultative anaerobes, which means that they are able to thrive in both aerobic and anaerobic species possess flagella and thus are motile. Features such as motility, as well as certain biochemical.Bacteria genera found in both air samples and the Antarctic include Staphylococcus, Bacillus, Corynebacterium, Micrococcus, Streptococcus, Neisseria, and Pseudomonas.

Bacteria were also found living in the cold and dark in a lake buried a half-mile deep ( km) under the ice in Antarctica.Taxonomy The first classification attempts of halophiles were based on cell morphology, salt requirement and gram staining ally systematists struggled to determine evolutionary relationships among halophiles because they had to rely on these phenotypic features to determine such associations.

However starting in the s with the advent of protein sequencing, PCR and.