A Classification of the Bacteria

These 400 pages are reserved for a complete classification of the bacteria for non-professionals.

This section undertakes to present a somewhat simplified classification of all the known bacteria to give the advanced high school student or amateur a good overview of the genera of known bacteria. on a semi-professional level. When completed, this should give the serious college student a good understanding of the bacteria with emphasis on the overall picture and most important species.

I hope to keep it simple enough for students, farmers, and others to benefit. It is intended for such people. The professionals have their own reference books. These pages can never replace those books. This section is intended for those who do not have any reference books.

The Bergey Classification of Bacteria

The Bergey Classification of Bacteria into 19 parts.

B800 - Medical bacteriology; move pathogenic discussions here - not ready (incomplete)

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