In article <3c49j4$rv3 at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> <Enevold.Falsen at alinks.se> writes:
> Reply to Don C. Dailey's request.
>> I find the following textbook very attactive:
> Lansing M. Prescott, John P. Harley and Donald A. Klein:
> Microbiology. WCB. Second edition. 1993
> It has elements of Bacterial Systematics.
>> There are 2 recent books in the specialist field:
> M. Goodfellow and A.G. O'Donnell: Handbook of New Bacterial
> Systematics. Academic Press 1993
>> Fergus Priest and Brian Austin: Modern Bacterial Taxonomy.
> Chapman & Hall. Second edition 1993.
>Yep these two are excellent, especially second one, others to try include:
Identification Methods in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Society for
Applied Bacteriology Technical Series No 29. Eds. Board, R.G., Jones, D. &
Skinner, F.A. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1992.
Computer-assisted Bacterial Systematics, Special publication for the Society
for General Microbiology No 15. Eds. Goodfellow, M., Jones, D., and Priest,
F.G. Academic Press, 1985.
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