5 edition of Approved list of bacterial names found in the catalog.
by American Society for Microbiology
Written in English
Reprinted from International journal of systematic bacteriology vol 30 (225-420), 1980 with corrections.
|Other titles||International journal of systematic bacteriology.|
|Statement||edited by V.B.D. Skerman, Vicki McGowan, P.H.A. Sneath on behalf of The Ad Hoc Committee of the Judicial Commission of the International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology.|
|Contributions||Skerman, V. B. D., McGowan, Vicki., Sneath, P. H. A., International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology. Judicial Commission. Ad Hoc Committee., American Society for Microbiology.|
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Rule 10) as the new date for determining priorities for names of new taxa. The Approved Lists of Bacterial Names was published in the International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology (IJSB –, ) and reprinted in book form to provide for the requirements of the Bacteriological Code ( Revision) in initiating a new starting date for bacterial Cited by: Originally published in in the International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology, the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names includes all valid names of bacteria which, throughhad been adequately described and, if cultivable, for which Approved list of bacterial names book was a type, neotype or strain reference available/ The Index of Bacterial and Yeast Nomenclatural Changes is a softcover adjunct Format: Hardcover.
Names included in the Approved List of Bacterial Names are the only names which are nomenclaturally valid as at the 1st January, All other names which have appeared in the literature prior to 1st January, are nomenclaturally invalid.
Approved Lists of Bacterial Names. Names included in the approved List of Bacterial Names are the only names which are nomenclaturally valid as at the 1st January, Alphabetical arrangement under genera, species, and subspecies. Author(s): VBD Skerman, Vicki McGowan, and PHA Sneath.
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Skerman, V.B.D. and McGowan, V. and Sneath, P.H.A. () Approved lists of bacterial names. BACTERIA –Complete list and description. CONTENTS – italics names are the common names you might be more familiar with. Acetobacter 2. Acholeplasma 3. Acidovorax 4.
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The system we use today was established by Skerman and his committee and became effective on 1 January The lists of bacterial names that had been validated were subsequently published in an Approved List of Bacterial Names inwhich was updated in Names not in this book lost standing in by: 2.
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News Approved Lists of Bacterial Names in the news. Be alerted to news on Approved Lists of Bacterial Names. The baseline for bacterial names is the Approved Lists with a starting point of New bacterial names are reviewed by the ICSP as being in conformity with the Rules of Nomenclature and published in the IJSEM.
Filed under. I am not sure if such a complete list exists. There are some lists available, which look pretty complete. Have a look at Labrat and Microbexpert.
There is also a book available, which contains an approved list of bacterial names, see here. Otherwise you can of course search your way through PubMed and see, what comes out.This is a list of bacteria that are significant in medicine. It is not intended as an exhaustive list of all bacterial species: that should be at List of bacteria.