Bacterial classification

Bacterial classification - Serratia (nosocomial) Yersinia...

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Kingdom Monera Division Gracilicutes Firmicutes Tenericutes Mendosicutes Class Oxyphotobacteria Anoxyphotobacteria Scotobacteria Firmbacteria Thallobacteria Mollicutes Archaebacteria Spirochaetaceae Spiril aceae Vibrionaceae Enterobacteriaceae Chemoautotrophs Micrococcaccae Streptococcaceae Bacil aceae Mycobacteriaceae Thermoacidophiles Methanogens Genus Oscil atoria Family/ Section Sulfer bacteria Non-Sulfer bacteria Chlamydias & Rickettsias Aerobic Rods Extreme Halophiles Extreme Thermophiles Chlorobium (Green) Chromatium (Purple) Chloroflexus (Green) Rhodospiril um (Purple) Treponema (syphilis) Borrelia (Lyme Disease) Helicobacter (Ulcers) Vibro (Cholera) Escherichia (coli) Salmonel a Shigel a (dysentery) Klensiel a (pneumonia)
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Unformatted text preview: Serratia (nosocomial) Yersinia (Plague) Chlamydia (STD) Rickettsia (Rocky Mount Spotted Fever) Thiobacil us (oxidize reduced "S" or "Fe") Pseudomonas (food spoil) Neisseria (gonorrhea) Bordetel a (Whooping Cough) Rhizobium (nitrogen fixer) Staphylococcus (food poisoning, wound infections. boils, toxic shock) Streptoococcus (sore throat, scarlet fever) Bacil us (Anthrax) Clostridium (Botulism & Tetanus) Mycobacterium (tuberculosis & leprosy) Streptomyces (produces antibiotics) Mycoplasma (pneumonia) Halobacterium (photosynthesizers) Sulfolobus, Thermococcus (70C - 100C) Thermoplasma (pH ~ 2 temp ~ 60C) Methanobacterium (CH 4 producers)...
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