Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology Volume 2 Part B

Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology
George M. Garrity, Don J. Brenner, 
Noel R. Krieg & James T. Staley
Release at: 2005
Pages: 1136
2nd Edition/Volume 2 The Proteobacteria 
Part B The Gammaproteobacteria
File Size: 51 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English

Description of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology 2nd Edition Volume 2 Part B

Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology Volume 2 Part B (pdf) Free Download. Written by James T. Staley, David R. Boone, Don J. Brenner, and et al. The Editors is a long-standing tradition of Bergey’s Manual to open their respective editions with the observation that the new edition is a departure from the earlier ones. As this volume goes to press, however, we recognize a need to deviate from this practice, by offering a separate preface to each volume within Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology 2nd edition. In part, this departure is necessary because the size and complexity of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology edition far exceeded our expectations, as has the amount of time that has elapsed between the publication of the first volume of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology 2nd edition and Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology Volume 2.

Systematic procaryotic biology is a dynamic field, driven by methodological advances and constant theoretical that will ultimately lead to a more useful and perfect classification scheme. Much of the increase can be attributed to rapid advances in sequencing technology, which has brought about a major shift in how we view the relationships between Bacteria and Archaea. While universally possibility for the applicable natural classification was evident as the First Edition was in preparation, it is only recently that the sequence databases became the taxonomic coverage and large enough broad enough to make such an arrangement feasible.

Content of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology 2nd Edition Volume 2 Part B


Proteobacteria  1

Class III. Gammaproteobacteria. 1

Order I. Chromatiales  1

Family I. Chromatiaceae 3

Genus I. Chromatium 10

Genus II. Allochromatium12

Genus III. Halochromatium   14

Genus IV. Isochromatium15

Genus V. Lamprobacter. 16

Genus VI. Lamprocystis. 18

Genus VII. Marichromatium. 20

Genus VIII. Nitrosococcus   21

Genus IX. Pfennigia. 22

Genus X. Rhabdochromatium  23

Genus XI. Thermochromatium  24

Genus XII. Thioalkalicoccus  . 25

Genus XIII. Thiocapsa 26

Genus XIV. Thiococcus. 28

Genus XV. Thiocystis 29

Genus XVI. Thiodictyon. 31

Genus XVII. Thioflavicoccus. 33

Genus XVIII. Thiohalocapsa. 34

Genus XIX. Thiolamprovum. 35

Genus XX. Thiopedia 36

Genus XXI. Thiorhodococcus  37

Genus XXII. Thiorhodovibrio. 38

Genus XXIII. Thiospirillum   39

Family II. Ectothiorhodospiraceae  41

Genus I. Ectothiorhodospira. 43

Genus II. Arhodomonas. 48

Genus III. Halorhodospira   49

Genus IV. Nitrococcus 52

Genus V. Thioalkalivibrio56

Genus VI. Thiorhodospira   57

Family III. Halothiobacillaceae. 58

Genus I. Halothiobacillus58

Order II. Acidithiobacillales 60

Family I. Acidithiobacillaceae   60

Genus I. Acidithiobacillus60

Family II. Thermithiobacillaceae  62

Genus I. Thermithiobacillus. 62

Order III. Xanthomonadales 63

Family I. Xanthomonadaceae   63

Genus I. Xanthomonas. 63

Genus II. Frateuria  91

Genus III. Luteimonas 93

Genus IV. Lysobacter 95

Genus V. Nevskia  101

Genus VI. Pseudoxanthomonas. 105

Genus VII. Rhodanobacter   106

Genus VIII. Schineria 106

Genus IX. Stenotrophomonas  107

Genus X. Thermomonas116

Genus XI. Xylella  119

Order IV. Cardiobacteriales 123

Family I. Cardiobacteriaceae   123

Genus I. Cardiobacterium   123

Genus II. Dichelobacter. 126

Genus III. Suttonella 130

Order V. Thiotrichales  131

Family I. Thiotrichaceae 131

Genus I. Thiothrix  131

Genus II. Achromatium. 142

Genus III. Beggiatoa 148

Genus IV. Leucothrix 162

Genus V. Thiobacterium. 169

Genus VI. Thiomargarita169

Genus VII. Thioploca 171

Genus VIII. Thiospira 178

Family II. Piscirickettsiaceae180

Genus I. Piscirickettsia 180

Genus II. Cycloclasticus. 184

Genus III. Hydrogenovibrio   188

Genus IV. Methylophaga190

Genus V. Thioalkalimicrobium  193

Genus VI. Thiomicrospira193

Family III. Francisellaceae. 199

Genus I. Francisella. 200

Order VI. Legionellales  210

Family I. Legionellaceae 210

Genus I. Legionella. 212

Family II. Coxiellaceae. 237

Genus I. Coxiella  237

Genus II. Rickettsiella 241

Order VII. Methylococcales 248

Family I. Methylococcaceae252

Genus I. Methylococcus. 254

Genus II. Methylobacter. 258

Genus III. Methylocaldum261

Genus IV. Methylomicrobium  262

Genus V. Methylomonas265

Genus VI. Methylosarcina   268

Genus VII. Methylosphaera. 269

Order VIII. Oceanospirillales 270

Family I. Oceanospirillaceae271

Genus I. Oceanospirillum271

Genus II. Balneatrix. 282

Genus III. Marinomonas. 284

Genus IV. Marinospirillum290

Genus V. Neptunomonas292

Family II. Alcanivoraceae 295

Genus I. Alcanivorax 295

Family III. Hahellaceae. 299

Genus I. Hahella  300

Family IV. Halomonadaceae300

Genus I. Halomonas 300

Genus II. Carnimonas 313

Genus III. Chromohalobacter  316

Genus IV. Zymobacter 319

Order IX. Pseudomonadales. 323

Family I. Pseudomonadaceae. 323

Genus I. Pseudomonas. 323

Genus II. Azomonas 379

Genus III. Azotobacter 384

Genus IV. Cellvibrio. 402

Genus V. Mesophilobacter   403

Genus VI. Rhizobacter 404

Genus VII. Rugamonas. 407

Genus VIII. Serpens 408

Family II. Moraxellaceae 411

Genus I. Moraxella. 417

Genus II. Acinetobacter. 425

Genus III. Psychrobacter437

Family III. Incertae Sedis 441

Genus I. Enhydrobacter. 441

Order X. Alteromonadales 443

Family I. Alteromonadaceae443

Genus I. Alteromonas 444

Genus II. Alishewanella. 447

Genus III. Colwellia. 447

Genus IV. Ferrimonas 454

Genus V. Glaciecola 456

Genus VI. Idiomarina 458

Genus VII. Marinobacter459

Genus VIII. Marinobacterium  464

Genus IX. Microbulbifer. 464

Genus X. Moritella  465

Genus XI. Pseudoalteromonas  467

Genus XII. Psychromonas   478

Genus XIII. Shewanella. 480

Order XI. “Vibrionales”  491

Family I. Vibrionaceae. 491

Genus I. Vibrio. 494

Genus II. Photobacterium546

Genus III. Salinivibrio 552

Order XII. Aeromonadales 556

Family I. Aeromonadaceae. 556

Genus I. Aeromonas 557

Genus II. Oceanimonas. 578

Genus Incertae Sedis III. Tolumonas. 579

Family II. Succinivibrionaceae. 581

Genus I. Succinivibrio 581

Genus II. Anaerobiospirillum. 582

Genus III. Ruminobacter584

Genus IV. Succinimonas586

Order XIII. “Enterobacteriales”587

Family I. Enterobacteriaceae   587

Genus I. Escherichia 607

Genus II. Alterococcus 625

Genus III. Arsenophonus626

Genus IV. Brenneria. 628

Genus V. Buchnera. 633

Genus VI. Budvicia. 639

Genus VII. Buttiauxella 641

Genus VIII. Calymmatobacterium 645

Genus IX. Cedecea. 648

Genus X. Citrobacter 651

Genus XI. Edwardsiella. 657

Genus XII. Enterobacter. 661

Genus XIII. Erwinia. 670

Genus XIV. Ewingella 679

Genus XV. Hafnia  681

Genus XVI. Klebsiella 685

Genus XVII. Kluyvera 694

Genus XVIII. Leclercia 698

Genus XIX. Leminorella. 702

Genus XX. Moellerella 705

Genus XXI. Morganella. 707

Genus XXII. Obesumbacterium. 710

Genus XXIII. Pantoea 713

Genus XXIV. Pectobacterium  721

Genus XXV. “Candidatus Phlomobacter”. 730

Genus XXVI. Photorhabdus. 732

Genus XXVII. Plesiomonas. 740

Genus XXVIII. Pragia 744

Genus XXIX. Proteus 745

Genus XXX. Providencia753

Genus XXXI. Rahnella 759

Genus XXXII. Saccharobacter  762

Genus XXXIII. Salmonella   764

Genus XXXIV. Serratia 799

Genus XXXV. Shigella 811

Genus XXXVI. Sodalis 823

Genus XXXVII. Tatumella825

Genus XXXVIII. Trabulsiella. 827

Genus XXXIX. Wigglesworthia  828

Genus XL. Xenorhabdus831

Genus XLI. Yersinia. 838

Genus XLII. Yokenella 848

Order XIV. Pasteurellales. 850

Family I. Pasteurellaceae 851

Genus I. Pasteurella 857

Genus II. Actinobacillus. 866

Genus III. Haemophilus. 883

Genus IV. Lonepinella 904

Genus V. Mannheimia 907

Genus VI. Phocoenobacter. 912

Bibliography. 913

Index. 1085

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