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Science: Biology: Microbiology
- Article by Wim van Egmond on these microbes with photographs of Cyanobacteria and the green Anabaena.
- Information from Wikipedia on these unicellular organisms.
Bacteria: Basic Facts
- Provides an explanation of what bacteria are, the meaning of the terms gram positive and negative, and other information, with a case history of a post-operative patient to consider.
- Information on how bacteria move, with several videos from the Microbiology Video Library.
- A place to find out the most current name for a bacterium.
- Information on autotrophic bacteria that use only inorganic nutrients, and heterotrophic bacteria that require an organic source of carbon, with videos from the Microbiology Video Library.
- Provides images of the causative agents of Anthrax, Yersinia and several generalised bacterial cells including the walls of gram positive and gram negative cells.
- Provides a data repository of bacteriocin natural antimicrobial peptides, developed by PFBA in Tunisia in collaboration with INAF, Laval University, Canada.
- The Tree of Life web project provides a classification of the true bacteria.
Introduction to the Bacteria
- Topics include morphology, systematics, life history and ecology, and the fossil record.
List of Bacterial Names with Standing in Nomenclature
- Alphabetically and chronologically arranged lists of taxa, with additional information on bacterial taxonomy.
An Overview of Bacteria.
- Article by Matt Emery provides an introduction to these microbes with several images of stained cultures.
Taxonomy Browser (Eubacteria)
- Shows the relationships among the recognized groups, and samples yet to be named or classified.
A theory of the lifecycle of bacteria
- Paper by Y Heyman who investigated the viability kinetics of activated sludge, the death rate of viable cells and the hydrolysis rate of dead cells.
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