The Richness of Prokaryotic Diversity : There Must Be a Species Somewhere Erko Stackebrandt

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  title={The Richness of Prokaryotic Diversity : There Must Be a Species Somewhere Erko Stackebrandt},
  author={Erko Stackebrandt},
  year={2003}
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The rapidly increasing number of potentially novel species, combined with the methodologically laborious polyphasic approach used in bacterial systematics, makes identification and, consequently, the description of novel taxa a highly demanding discipline. The number of new descriptions of about 200 species a year can apparently not be expanded significantly but new isolation procedures and renewed interest in working with bacteria rather than with DNA clones provide microbiologists with a… CONTINUE READING

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