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  1. CLASSIFICATION OF MICROORGANISMS.

  2. FIVE KINGDOM SYSTEM. • Protista • Fungi. • Plantae. • Animalia.

  3. A PROPOSED THREE_KINGDOM SYSTEM. • Eubacteria. • Archaeobacteria. • Eukaryotes.

  4. ARCHAEOBACTERIA VS EUBACTERIA. • Cell Wall. • Living Environment. • Salt Tolerance. • pH.

  5. Scientific Nomenclature. • The Taxonomic Hierarchy. • A Phylogenetic Hierarchy. • A Five -Kingdom System. • A Proposed Three-Kingdom System. • Scientific Normenclature. • The Taxonomic Hierarchy.

  6. CLASSIFICATION. • Of Bacteria. • Of Viruses.

  7. CRITERIA FOR ID. AND CLASSIFICATION. • Morphological Characteristics. • Differential Staining. • Biochemical Tests. • Serology:Slide Agglutination Test, ELISA, Western Blot. • Phage Typing. • Amino Acid Sequencing.

  8. Protein Analysis. • Base Composition Of Nucleic Acids. • Nucleic Acid Hybridization. • Flow Cytometry. • Numerical Taxonomy.

  9. THE PROTEOBACTERIA. • Azospirillium.. • Acetobacter and Gluconobacter. • Rickettsia. • Rhizobium and Agrobacterium. • Brucella. • Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas.

  10. THE BETA PROTEOBACTERIA. • Bordetella. • Neisseria • Francisella. • Pseudomonadales: Psuedomonas, Moraxella • Legionellales: Legionella, Coxiella. • Vibrionales: Vibrio. • Enterobacteriales: Enterics.

  11. ENTERICS. • E. coli. • Salmonella. • Shigella. • Klebsiella. • Serratia. • Proteus. • Yersinia.

  12. Erwinia. • Enterobacter.

  13. PASTUERELLALES • Pastuerella • Haemophilus

  14. PURPLE AND GREEN PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTER. • The purple sulfur and green sulfur bacteria. • The purple nonsulfur and green nonsulfur bacteria.

  15. THE DELTA PROTEOBACTERIA • Desulfovibrionales: Desulfovibrio • Myxococcales: Myxococcus.

  16. THE EPSILON PROTEOBACTERIA. • Campylobacter. • Helicobacter.

  17. The Nonproteobacteria: Gram-Negative Bacteria. • Cyanobacteria. • Chlamydia. • Spirochetes: Treponema, Borrelia, Leptospira. • Bacteriodes: Bacteroides. • Fusobacteria: Fusobacterium.

  18. THE GRAM- POSITIVE BACTERIA. • Mycoplasmatales. • Clostridiales. • Bacillales. • Lactobacillales. • Streptococcus. • Staphylococcus.

  19. Mycobacterium. • Corynebacterium. • Propionibacterium. • Gardnerella. • Actinomycetes: Streptomyces, Actinomyces, Norcadia.