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classification of procaryotes
four divisions (phylums)
four divisions (phylums)
Division I: Gracilicutes
Division II: Firmicutes
Division III: Tenericutes
Division IV: Mendosicutes
Division I: Gracilicutes
typical gram-negative bacteria (RED)
Division II: Firmicutes
typical gram-positive bacteria (PURPLE)
Division III: Tenericutes
bacteria without cell walls
Division IV: Mendosicutes
bacteria with defective cell walls or those that lack peptidoglycan
Bergey’s Manuals
groups procaryotes into four different categories
groups procaryotes into four different categories
(Volume I) Gram-negative bacteria of general, medical, or industrial importance
(Volume II) Gram-positive bacteria other than actinomycetes
(Volume III) the Archaea, cyanobacteria, & remaining Gram-negative bacteria
(Volume IV) the actinomycetes
(Volume I) of Bergey's Manuals
Gram-negative bacteria of general, medical, or industrial importance
(Volume II) of Bergey's Manuals
Gram-positive bacteria other than actinomycetes
(Volume III) of Bergey's Manuals
the Archaea, cyanobacteria, & remaining Gram-negative bacteria
(Volume IV) of Bergey's Manuals
the actinomycetes