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1963 5
1964 17
1965 158
1966 219
1967 254
1968 305
1969 320
1970 301
1971 321
1972 328
1973 259
1974 230
1975 293
1976 303
1977 283
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1979 352
1980 307
1981 326
1982 398
1983 382
1984 424
1985 382
1986 415
1987 364
1988 434
1989 386
1990 436
1991 466
1992 554
1993 646
1994 606
1995 711
1996 676
1997 836
1998 917
1999 1030
2000 1262
2001 1344
2002 1345
2003 1391
2004 1510
2005 1848
2006 1996
2007 2334
2008 2443
2009 2958
2010 3138
2011 3182
2012 3416
2013 3394
2014 3183
2015 3064
2016 2807
2017 2836
2018 2512
2019 1555
2020 26
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On the maverick Planctomycetes
Wiegand S, et al. FEMS Microbiol Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 30052954
Planctomycetes are ubiquitous, environmentally and biotechnologically important bacteria that are key players in global carbon and nitrogen cycles. ...These finding challenge the idea of a eukaryotic ancestry of the phylum, as Planctomycetes now appear similar, yet distinct to other bacteria....
Planctomycetes are ubiquitous, environmentally and biotechnologically important bacteria that are key players in global carbon and ni …
Polyphasic taxonomy, a consensus approach to bacterial systematics
Vandamme P, et al. Microbiol Rev 1996 - Review. PMID 8801440 Free PMC article.
In some cases, the consensus classification is a compromise containing a minimum of contradictions. It is thought that the more parameters that will become available in the future, the more polyphasic classification will gain stability. In this review, the practice of polyphasic taxonomy is discussed for four groups of bacteria chosen for their relevance, complexity, or both: the genera Xanthomonas and Campylobacter, the lactic acid bacteria, and the family Comamonadaceae. ...
In some cases, the consensus classification is a compromise containing a minimum of contradictions. It is thought that the more param …
Flexibacteria
Soriano S. Annu Rev Microbiol 1973 - Review. PMID 4206273
Growth requirements and fermentation products of Fusobacterium prausnitzii, and a proposal to reclassify it as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii gen. nov., comb. nov
Duncan SH, et al. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2002. PMID 12508881
Two newly isolated strains of obligately anaerobic bacteria from human faeces are shown here to be related to Fusobacterium prausnitzii, which is regarded as one of the most abundant colonizers of the human colon. ...
Two newly isolated strains of obligately anaerobic bacteria from human faeces are shown here to be related to Fusobacterium prausnitz …
Electrochemical classification of gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.
Matsunaga T and Nakajima T. Appl Environ Microbiol 1985. PMID 3931548 Free PMC article.
Intestinal bacteria were classified as gram-positive or gram-negative by an electrode system with a basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrode and a porous nitrocellulose membrane filter to trap bacteria. ...The peak potentials of gram-negative bacteria were 0.70 to 0.74 V versus the SCE. Gram-negative bacteria and gram-positive bacteria were also classified based on the ratio of the second peak current to the first peak current when the potential cycle was repeated twice. ...
Intestinal bacteria were classified as gram-positive or gram-negative by an electrode system with a basal plane pyrolytic graphite el …
Multifaceted Interfaces of Bacterial Competition
Stubbendieck RM and Straight PD. J Bacteriol 2016 - Review. PMID 27246570 Free PMC article.
Accordingly, bacteria require dynamic systems to respond to the competitive challenges and the fluctuations in environmental circumstances that tax their fitness. The assemblage of bacteria into communities provides an environment where competitive mechanisms are developed into new strategies for survival. ...
Accordingly, bacteria require dynamic systems to respond to the competitive challenges and the fluctuations in environmental circumst …
Nocardioform bacteria.
Goodfellow M and Minnikin DE. Annu Rev Microbiol 1977 - Review. PMID 334037
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