The prokaryotes : an evolving electronic resource for the microbiological community

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  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication
    • Third edition, [First online edition]
    • New York : Springer-Verlag, 1999-
  • ISBNs 9780387142548, 0387972587, 3540972587, 0387142541
  • OCLC ocm43494307, ocm42265905


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  • Online implementation of the content currently found in the printed reference work, The Prokaryotes : a handbook on the biology of bacteria. 2nd ed. (1992). Approximately 25% of the content will be fully updated each year over a four-year periodically until the work is completely revised. Thereafter, material will be continuously added to reflect developments in Prokaryotic microbiology.


  • Title from home page (viewed Oct. 30, 2001).
  • Editor-in-chief: Martin Dworkin.
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web.


  • v.1. Symbiotic associations, biotechnology, applied. microbiology -- v.2. Ecophysiology and biochemistry -- v.3. Archaea. Acteria: firmicutes, actinomycetes -- v.4. Bacteria :firmicutes, cyanobacteria -- v.5. Proteobacteria: apha and beta subclasses -- v.6. Proteobacteria: gamma subclass -- v.7. Proteobacteria: delta and epsilon subclasses. Deeply rooting bacteria
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