By Wolfgang Ludwig, Jean Euzéby (auth.), Noel R. Krieg, James T. Staley, Daniel R. Brown, Brian P. Hedlund, Bruce J. Paster, Naomi L. Ward, Wolfgang Ludwig, William B. Whitman (eds.)
Includes a revised taxonomic define for the phyla Bacteroidetes, Planctomycetes, Chlamydiae, Spirochetes, Fibrobacteres, Fusobacteria, Acidobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Dictyoglomi, and Gemmatimonadetes dependent upon the SILVA venture in addition to an outline of greater than 153 genera in 29 households. contains many medically vital taxa.
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This order and family comprises two genera which, on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity, are not closely related. Anaeroplasma is related to members of the order Acholeplasmatales. The second genus, Asteroleplasma, appears to represent a very deep lineage within the phylum. The genus Anaeroplasma comprises three closely related species: Anaeroplasma abactoclasticum (type species), bactoclasticum, and varium. In addition, the species Anaeroplasma intermedium has been described for which no sequence is available.
2005), Bacteroidaceae, “Rikenellaceae”, “Porphyromonadaceae”, and “Prevotellaceae”, as well as a new family proposed here, “Marinilabiliaceae” (Figure 3). In addition, on the basis of the dissimilarity of its 16S rRNA gene sequence to other members of the order, Odoribacter (Bacteroides) splanchnicus may represent an additional undescribed family or a member of the “Marinilabiliaceae”. , 2008). Therefore, its reclassification is not proposed at this time. , 2007). Family Bacteroidaceae In addition to the type genus, Bacteroides, this family comprises three monospecific genera, Acetofilamentum, Acetothermus, and Anaerorhabdus, and one genus, Acetomicrobium, comprising two species.
Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 57: 1050–1054. , D. Chase and L. Margulis. 1988. Morphology as a basis for taxonomy of large spirochetes symbiotic in wood-eating cockroaches and termites: Pillotina gen. , nom. , Pillotina calotermitidis sp. , nom. , Diplocalyx gen. , nom. , Diplocalyx calotermitidis sp. , nom. , Hollandina gen. , nom. , Hollandina pterotermitidis sp. , nom. , and Clevelandina reticulitermitidis gen. , sp. nov. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 38: 291–302.