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Denitrovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Denitrovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Deferribacteres]]" | classis = [[Deferribacteres]] | ordo = [[Deferribacterales]] | familia = [[Deferribacteraceae]] | genus = ''Denitrovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Myhr and Torsvik 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/4/1611</ref> | type_species = D. acetiphilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Denitrovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Deferribacteres]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Denitrovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] pref. ''nitro''-, pertaining to nitrate; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Denitrovibrio'', a vibrio that reduces nitrate.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/denitrovibrio.html|Denitrovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Denitrovibrio acetiphilus|D. acetiphilus]]'' ( Myhr and Torsvik 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aceticum'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar), acetic acid; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''acetiphilus'', loving or requiring acetate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/4/1611</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Deferribacteres]]


Dermabacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dermabacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Dermabacteraceae]] | genus = ''Dermabacter'' | binomial_authority = Jones and Collins 1989, (Type genus of the family ''Dermabacteraceae'' Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1997).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1988.tb02967.x}}</ref> | type_species = D. hominis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dermabacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dermabacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''derma'', skin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dermabacter'', a rod living on skin.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dermabacter.html|Dermabacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dermabacter hominis|D. hominis]]'' ( Jones and Collins 1989, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hominis'', of man, signifying the isolation of strains from human skin.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1988.tb02967.x}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Dermacoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dermacoccus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Dermacoccaceae]] | genus = ''Dermacoccus'' | binomial_authority = Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1995, (Type genus of the family ''Dermacoccaceae'' Schumann and Stackebrandt 2000).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/682</ref> | type_species = D. nishinomiyaensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dermacoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dermacoccus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''derma'', skin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun <em>kokkos</em>, grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dermacoccus'', coccus living on skin.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dermacoccus.html|Dermacoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dermacoccus abyssi|D. abyssi]]'' ( Pathom-aree ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''abyssi'', of an abyss.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64133-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dermacoccus barathri|D. barathri]]'' ( Pathom-aree ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''barathrum'', a deep pit, an abyss; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''barathri'', of an abyss.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64250-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dermacoccus nishinomiyaensis|D. nishinomiyaensis]]'' ( (Oda 1935) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1995, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''nishinomiyaensis'', of or belonging to Nishinomiya, a city in Japan.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/682</ref> * ''[[Dermacoccus profundi|D. profundi]]'' ( Pathom-aree ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''profundum'', depth, abyss; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''profundi'', of an abyss.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64250-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Dermatophilus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dermatophilus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Dermatophilaceae]] | genus = ''Dermatophilus'' | binomial_authority = (van Saceghem 1915) Gordon 1964, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Dermatophilaceae'' Austwick 1958 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = D. congolensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dermatophilus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dermatophilus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''derma'' -''atos'', skin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective <em>philos</em>), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dermatophilus'', skin loving.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dermatophilus.html|Dermatophilus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dermatophilus chelonae|D. chelonae]]'' ( Masters ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''chelonae'', of a turtle or tortoise, the source of the first isolates.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/1/50</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Dermatophilus congolensis|D. congolensis]]'' ( (van Saceghem 1915) Gordon 1964, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''congolensis'', pertaining to the Congo (named for the Belgian Congo).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Derxia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Derxia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Burkholderiales]] | familia = [[Alcaligenaceae]] | genus = ''Derxia'' | binomial_authority = Jensen ''et al''. 1960, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00412286}}</ref> | type_species = D. gummosa | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Derxia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Derxia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Derxia'', named after the Dutch microbiologist H.G. Derx (1894-1953).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/derxia.html|Derxia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Derxia gummosa|D. gummosa]]'' ( Jensen ''et al''. 1960, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''gummosa'', full of gum, gummy; intended to mean slime (gum) producing.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00412286}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desemzia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desemzia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Carnobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Desemzia'' | binomial_authority = Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/185</ref> | type_species = D. incerta | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desemzia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desemzia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desemzia'', arbitrary name, derived from the abbreviation DSMZ (Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desemzia.html|Desemzia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desemzia incerta|D. incerta]]'' ( (Steinhaus 1941) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''incerta'', not firmly established, uncertain, undetermined, doubtful, dubious.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/185</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desertibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desertibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Rhodospirillaceae]] | genus = ''Desertibacter'' | binomial_authority = Liu ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021246-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. roseus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desertibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desertibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''desertum'', desert; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desertibacter'', a desert bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desertibacter.html|Desertibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desertibacter roseus|D. roseus]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''roseus'', rose-coloured, pink.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021246-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desmospora[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desmospora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Thermoactinomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Desmospora'' | binomial_authority = Yassin ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001362-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. activa | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desmospora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desmospora'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''desmos'', chain; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', seed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desmospora'', spore chain.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desmospora.html|Desmospora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desmospora activa|D. activa]]'' ( Yassin ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''activa'', active, referring to the metabolic activity of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001362-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfacinum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfacinum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfacinum'' | binomial_authority = Rees ''et al''. 1995<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/1/85</ref> | type_species = D. infernum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfacinum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfacinum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''acinum'', a berry, especially a grape; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfacinum'', a berry-shaped, sulfate-reducing bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfacinum.html|Desulfacinum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfacinum hydrothermale|D. hydrothermale]]'' ( Sievert and Kuever 2000, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''húdōr (ὕδωρ)'', water; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''ale'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hydrothermale'', pertaining to hot water; i.e. to hydrothermal vents.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1239</ref> * ''[[Desulfacinum infernum|D. infernum]]'' ( Rees ''et al''. 1995, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''infernum'', underground, belonging to the Lower Regions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/1/85</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfarculus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfarculus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfarculales]] | familia = [[Desulfarculaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfarculus'' | binomial_authority = Kuever ''et al''. 2006, (Type genus of the order ''Desulfarculales'' corrig. Kuever ''et al''. 2006; type genus of the family ''Desulfarculaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. baarsii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfarculus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfarculus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''arculus'', a small bow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfarculus'', a bow-shaped sulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfarculus.html|Desulfarculus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfarculus baarsii|D. baarsii]]'' ( (Widdel 1981) Kuever ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''baarsii'', of Baars, named after J.K. Baars, a Dutch microbiologist, who did the first comprehensive studies on nutrition of sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfatibacillum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfatibacillum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfatibacillum'' | binomial_authority = Cravo-Laureau ''et al''. 2004<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/77</ref> | type_species = D. aliphaticivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfatibacillum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfatibacillum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''sulfas'', sulfate; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacillum'', a small staff, a wand, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfatibacillum'', a sulfate-reducing rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfatibacillum.html|Desulfatibacillum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfatibacillum aliphaticivorans|D. aliphaticivorans]]'' ( Cravo-Laureau ''et al''. 2004, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] adjective ''alphaticus'', aliphatic; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] participle adjective ''aliphaticivorans'', aliphatic hydrocarbon-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/77</ref> * ''[[Desulfatibacillum alkenivorans|D. alkenivorans]]'' ( Cravo-Laureau ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''alkenum'', alkene, a specific hydrocarbon molecule; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alkenivorans'', devouring alkenes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1639</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfatiferula[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfatiferula'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfatiferula'' | binomial_authority = Cravo-Laureau ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65240-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. olefinivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfatiferula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfatiferula'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfas'' -''atis'', sulfate; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''ferula'', a staff, a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfatiferula'', a rod-shaped sulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfatiferula.html|Desulfatiferula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfatiferula olefinivorans|D. olefinivorans]]'' ( Cravo-Laureau ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''olefinum'', olefin; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''olefinivorans'', olefin (alkene) devouring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65240-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfatirhabdium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfatirhabdium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfatirhabdium'' | binomial_authority = Balk ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65396-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. butyrativorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfatirhabdium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfatirhabdium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfas'' -''atis'', sulfate; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''rhabdium'', a little rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfatirhabdium'', a sulfate-reducing small rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfatirhabdium.html|Desulfatirhabdium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfatirhabdium butyrativorans|D. butyrativorans]]'' ( Balk ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''butyras'' -''atis'', butyrate; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''butyrativorans'', butyrate-devouring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65396-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfitibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfitibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfitibacter'' | binomial_authority = Nielsen ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64356-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfitibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfitibacter'' derives from: : [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from, off, away; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfis'' -''itis'', sulfite; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfitibacter'', rod-shaped bacterium that reduces sulfite.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfitibacter.html|Desulfitibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfitibacter alkalitolerans|D. alkalitolerans]]'' ( Nielsen ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective, ''alkalitolerans'' alkali-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64356-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfitispora[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfitispora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfitispora'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin and Muyzer 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.026252-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. alkaliphila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfitispora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfitispora'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from, off, away; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfis'' -''itis'', sulfite; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''spora (σπορά)''), a seed and in biology a spore; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfitispora'', spore-forming bacterium-reducing sulfite.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfitispora.html|Desulfitispora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfitispora alkaliphila|D. alkaliphila]]'' ( Sorokin and Muyzer 2010, (Type species of the genus).; Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort, soda; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphila'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.026252-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfitobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfitobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfitobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Utkin ''et al''. 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/612</ref> | type_species = D. dehalogenans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfitobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfitobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from, off, away; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfis'' -''itis'', sulfite; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', rod; [[New Latin]] ''Desulfitobacterium'', rod-shaped bacterium that reduces sulfite.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfitobacterium.html|Desulfitobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium aromaticivorans|D. aromaticivorans]]'' ( Kunapuli ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''aromaticus'', aromatic, fragrant; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''aromaticivorans'', devouring aromatic (compounds).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003525-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium chlororespirans|D. chlororespirans]]'' ( Sanford ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] <span class="foreign">adjective ''khloros'',</span> pale green; [[New Latin]] pref. ''chloro''-, referring to the group VII element chlorine; [[Latin]] v. ''respirare'', to blow or breathe back; to breathe out, exhale; [[New Latin]] participle adjective''chlororespirans'', breathing chlorine, referring to the characteristic of coupling oxidation of electron donors to reductive removal of chlorines from various chlorophenolic compounds via a respiratory process used for obtaining energy for growth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium dehalogenans|D. dehalogenans]]'' ( Utkin ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', off, away; [[New Latin]] noun ''halogenum'' [from Swedish, coined by Swedish chemist Baron Jöns Jakob Berzelius (1779-1848) from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] ''<span class="foreign">hals</span>'' ''<span class="foreign">halos</span>'' "salt" + <span class="foreign">-''gen''</span> "to produce;" so called because a salt is formed in reactions involving these elements), halogen; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''dehalogenans'', dehalogenating, split off halogens, referring to the characteristic property of the micro-organism to dehalogenate various chlorophenolic compounds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/612</ref> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium frappieri|D. frappieri]]'' ( Bouchard ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''frappieri'', of Frappier, in honor of Armand Frappier, a renowned Canadian microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/1010</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium hafniense|D. hafniense]]'' ( Christiansen and Ahring 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hafniense'', pertaining to Hafnia, which was the medieval name of Kjoebenhavn (Copenhagen), the capital of Denmark.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/AEM.67.12.5568-5580.2001}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfitobacterium metallireducens|D. metallireducens]]'' ( Finneran ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] noun ''metallum'', the product of a mine (of gold, silver, iron, or stone), a metal; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and in chemistry converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] adjective ''metallireducens'', reducing metal, referring to the ability to couple growth to respiration of several metals.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfobacca[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobacca'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobacca'' | binomial_authority = Oude Elferink ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/345</ref> | type_species = D. acetoxidans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobacca''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobacca'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''bacca'', berry, especially olive; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfobacca'', a sulfate-reducing olive-shaped bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobacca.html|Desulfobacca}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfobacca acetoxidans|D. acetoxidans]]'' ( Oude Elferink ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', acid or sour and in combined words indicating oxygen), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acetoxidans'', acetate-oxidizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/345</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobacter'' | binomial_authority = Widdel 1981, (Type genus of the order ''Desulfobacterales'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006; type genus of the family ''Desulfobacteraceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> | type_species = D. postgatei | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfobacter'', a rod-shaped sulfate-reducing bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobacter.html|Desulfobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfobacter curvatus|D. curvatus]]'' ( Widdel 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''curvatus'', curved, bent.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00456706}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacter giganteus|D. giganteus]]'' ( Esnault ''et al''. 1988, ;)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1933</ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for etymology! --> * ''[[Desulfobacter halotolerans|D. halotolerans]]'' ( Brandt and Ingvorsen 1998, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] v. ''tolerare'', to tolerate; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''halotolerans'', salt-tolerating.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/327</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacter hydrogenophilus|D. hydrogenophilus]]'' ( Widdel 1988, ; [[New Latin]] ''hydrogenum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''húdōr (ὕδωρ)'', water; and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), [[hydrogen]], an element; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hydrogenophilus'', hydrogen loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00456706}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacter latus|D. latus]]'' ( Widdel 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''latus'', broad, wide.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00456706}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacter postgatei|D. postgatei]]'' ( Widdel 1981, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''postgatei'', of Postgate, named in honor of J.R. Postgate, an English microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacter vibrioformis|D. vibrioformis]]'' ( Lien and Beeder 1997, ; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[Latin]] adjective suffix -''formis'' -''is'' -''e'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vibrioformis'', vibrio shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1124</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Bak and Widdel 1988<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00402346}}</ref> | type_species = D. indolicum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfobacterium'', a rod-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobacterium.html|Desulfobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfobacterium anilini|D. anilini]]'' ( Schnell ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] ''anilinum'', aniline; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''anilini'', of aniline (the strain Ani is isolated from marine sediment with aniline as sole electron donor and carbon source).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00425486}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacterium autotrophicum|D. autotrophicum]]'' ( Brysch ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pron. ''autos (αὐτός)'', self; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''trophicum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''trophikon''), nursing, tending or feeding; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''autotrophicum'', nourishing itself from inorganic compounds.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00456703}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacterium catecholicum|D. catecholicum]]'' ( Szewzyk and Pfennig 1988, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''catecholum'', catechol, [[Latin]] suff. <em>-icus</em> -''a'' -''um'', suffix used in adjectives with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''catecholicum'', pertaining to catechol, intended to mean catechol-degrading.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00415278}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacterium cetonicum|D. cetonicum]]'' ( Galushko and Rozanova 1994, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''cetonum'', ketone; [[Latin]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', used in adjectives with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''cetonicum'', pertaining to ketones; ''Desulfosarcina'' ''cetonica'' a sulfate-reducing bacterium oxidizing ketones.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/370</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfobacterium indolicum|D. indolicum]]'' ( Bak and Widdel 1988, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''indolum'', indol; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indolicum'', pertaining to indole, referring to the ability of the organism to degrade indole.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00402346}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacterium macestii|D. macestii]]'' ( Gogotova and Vainstein 1989, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''macestii'', referring to the town Matsesta at Sotschi, Black Sea, Russia, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfobacterium niacini|D. niacini]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''niacinum'', niacin or nicotinic acid; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''niacini'', of nicotinic acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacterium phenolicum|D. phenolicum]]'' ( Bak and Widdel 1988, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''phenol'' -''olis'', phenol; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''icum'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''phenolicum'', pertaining to phenol.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00402347}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfobacterium vacuolatum|D. vacuolatum]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''vacuolatum'', vacuolated due to the morphology of the cells.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfobacula[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobacula'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobacula'' | binomial_authority = Rabus ''et al''. 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/4/1415</ref> | type_species = D. toluolica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobacula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobacula'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''bacula'', a small berry; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfobacula'', sulfate-reducing small berry.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobacula.html|Desulfobacula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfobacula phenolica|D. phenolica]]'' ( (Bak and Widdel 1988) Kuever ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''phenol'' -''olis'', phenol; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phenolica'', pertaining to phenol.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobacula toluolica|D. toluolica]]'' ( Rabus ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''toluol'' (from Fr. or Sp. ''tolu'', balsam from Santiago de Tolu), toluol, toluene; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''toluolica'', pertaining to toluene.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/4/1415</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfobotulus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobotulus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobotulus'' | binomial_authority = Kuever ''et al''. 2009'','' <ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013961-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. sapovorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobotulus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobotulus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''botulus'', a sausage; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfobotulus'', a sausage-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobotulus.html|Desulfobotulus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfobotulus alkaliphilus|D. alkaliphilus]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', soda ash; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilus'', alkali-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.024562-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobotulus sapovorans|D. sapovorans]]'' ( (Widdel 1981) Kuever ''et al''. 2009'','' (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''sapo'', soap; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', eating, devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sapovorans'', devouring soap (i.e. higher fatty acids).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013961-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfobulbus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfobulbus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfobulbus'' | binomial_authority = Widdel 1981, (Type genus of the family ''Desulfobulbaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> | type_species = D. propionicus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfobulbus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfobulbus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bulbus'', a bulb, an onion; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfobulbus'', onion-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfobulbus.html|Desulfobulbus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfobulbus elongatus|D. elongatus]]'' ( Samain ''et al''. 1985, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''elongatus'', prolonged, elongated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/35/2/223</ref> * ''[[Desulfobulbus japonicus|D. japonicus]]'' ( Suzuki ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''japonicus'', pertaining to Japan, from where the type strain was originally isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64855-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobulbus mediterraneus|D. mediterraneus]]'' ( Sass ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mediterraneus'', midland, inland, remote from the sea, mediterranean (opp. to maritimus), and, in late Latin, used to refer to the Mediterranean Sea (''Mediterraneum'' ''mare''), pertaining to the habitat the organism was isolated from.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00203-002-0415-5}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfobulbus propionicus|D. propionicus]]'' ( Widdel 1981, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''propionicum'', propionic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''propionicus'', pertaining to propionic acid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> * ''[[Desulfobulbus rhabdoformis|D. rhabdoformis]]'' ( Lien ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''rhabdos (ῥάβδος)'', rod; [[Latin]] adjective suffix -''formis'' -''is'' -''e'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''rhabdoformis'', rod-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/2/469</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfocapsa[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfocapsa'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfocapsa'' | binomial_authority = Janssen ''et al''. 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050374}}</ref> | type_species = D. thiozymogenes | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfocapsa''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfocapsa'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''capsa'', box; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfocapsa'', a sulfate-reducing box.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfocapsa.html|Desulfocapsa}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfocapsa sulfexigens|D. sulfexigens]]'' ( corrig. Finster ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] v. ''exigo'', to demand; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sulfexigens'', demanding sulfur for growth.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/5/1699</ref> * ''[[Desulfocapsa thiozymogenes|D. thiozymogenes]]'' ( Janssen ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''zumē'', leaven, ferment; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thiozymogenes'', causing a fermentation of sulfur.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050374}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfocella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfocella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfocella'' | binomial_authority = Brandt ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/193</ref> | type_species = D. halophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfocella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfocella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''cella'', a store-room, a chamber, and in biology a cell; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfocella'', sulfate-reducing cell.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfocella.html|Desulfocella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfocella halophila|D. halophila]]'' ( Brandt ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halophila'', salt-loving)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/193</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfococcus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfococcus'' | binomial_authority = Widdel 1981<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> | type_species = D. multivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), berry, coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfococcus'', a berry shaped (spherical) sulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfococcus.html|Desulfococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfococcus biacutus|D. biacutus]]'' ( Platen ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] adv. num. ''bis'', twice; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''acutus'', sharp, pointed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''biacutus'', twice pointed, referring to atypical cell shape.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00276531}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfococcus multivorans|D. multivorans]]'' ( Widdel 1981, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''multus'', much, great, many; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour, eat; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''multivorans'', devouring numerous kinds of substrates.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfocurvus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfocurvus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfovibrionaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfocurvus'' | binomial_authority = Klouche ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010363-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. vexinensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfocurvus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfocurvus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating, used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing prokaryote; [[Latin]] adjective ''curvus'', curved; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfocurvus'', a curved sulfate-reducing bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfocurvus.html|Desulfocurvus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfocurvus vexinensis|D. vexinensis]]'' ( Klouche ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vexinensis'', pertaining to the geographical origin of the isolate, the Vexin, an area of the Paris Basin, France.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010363-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfofaba[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfofaba'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfofaba'' | binomial_authority = Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> | type_species = D. gelida | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfofaba''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfofaba'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] prefix ''de'', off; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''faba'', a bean; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfofaba'', a sulfate-reducing bean.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfofaba.html|Desulfofaba}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfofaba fastidiosa|D. fastidiosa]]'' ( Abildgaard ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''fastidiosa'', fastidious, difficult to please, referring to the limited number of substrates used by the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/2/393</ref> * ''[[Desulfofaba gelida|D. gelida]]'' ( Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''gelida'', icy cold, very cold; referring to the low temperature optimal for growth.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> * ''[[Desulfofaba hansenii|D. hansenii]]'' ( (Finster ''et al''. 2001) Abildgaard ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hansenii'', of Hansen, named to honour Theo Hansen of The Netherlands, who made important contributions to our understanding of the pathways of organic matter oxidation in sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/2/393</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfofrigus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfofrigus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfofrigus'' | binomial_authority = Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> | type_species = D. oceanense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfofrigus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfofrigus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''frigus'', cold; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfofrigus'', sulfate reducer living in the cold.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfofrigus.html|Desulfofrigus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfofrigus fragile|D. fragile]]'' ( Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''fragile'', easily broken, fragile, referring to the rapid lysis of the type strain in the stationary phase.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> * ''[[Desulfofrigus oceanense|D. oceanense]]'' ( Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''oceanus'', ocean; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''oceanense'', pertaining to the ocean.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfofustis[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfofustis'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfofustis'' | binomial_authority = Friedrich ''et al''. 1996<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/1065</ref> | type_species = D. glycolicus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfofustis''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfofustis'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''fustis'', club; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfofustis'', a club-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfofustis.html|Desulfofustis}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfofustis glycolicus|D. glycolicus]]'' ( Friedrich ''et al''. 1996, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''glycolicum'', glycolic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''glycolicus'', referring to glycolic acid as the key substrate of this species.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/1065</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfoglaeba[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfoglaeba'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfoglaeba'' | binomial_authority = Davidova ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64398-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfoglaeba''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfoglaeba'' derives from: : [[Latin]] prep. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] pref. ''sulfo''-, prefix used for [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''sulfas'' -''atis'' (sulfate) in genus names of sulfate-reducing prokaryotes; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''glaeba'', clump, crumb, aggregate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfoglaeba'', sulfate-reducing clump/aggregate.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfoglaeba.html|Desulfoglaeba}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfoglaeba alkanexedens|D. alkanexedens]]'' ( Davidova ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] noun ''alkanum'', alkane; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''exedens'', eating up; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alkanexedens'', eating up alkanes.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64398-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfohalobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfohalobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfohalobium'' | binomial_authority = Ollivier ''et al''. 1991, (Type genus of the family ''Desulfohalobiaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/74</ref> | type_species = D. retbaense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfohalobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfohalobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life; [[New Latin]] adjective ''halobius'' -''a'' -''um'', living on salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfohalobium'', a sulfate-reducing, salt-requiring, rod-shaped bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfohalobium.html|Desulfohalobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfohalobium retbaense|D. retbaense]]'' ( Ollivier ''et al''. 1991, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''retbaense'', pertaining to Retba Lake in Senegal.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/74</ref> * ''[[Desulfohalobium utahense|D. utahense]]'' ( Jakobsen ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''utahense'', pertaining to the state of Utah, USA, where the type strain was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64323-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfoluna[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfoluna'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfoluna'' | binomial_authority = Suzuki ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65306-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. butyratoxydans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfoluna''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfoluna'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''luna'', the figure of a half-moon, a crescent, lune; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfoluna'', a sulfate-reducing crescent.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfoluna.html|Desulfoluna}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfoluna spongiiphila|D. spongiiphila]]'' ( Ahn ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] noun ''spongia'', sponge; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''spongiiphila'', friendly to/living within a sponge.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005884-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfomicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfomicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfomicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Rozanova ''et al''. 1994, (Type genus of the family ''Desulfomicrobiaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/370</ref> | type_species = D. baculatum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfomicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfomicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mikros (μικρός)'', small and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life), a microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfomicrobium'', sulfate-reducing, small life.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfomicrobium.html|Desulfomicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 7 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium apsheronum|D. apsheronum]]'' ( Rozanova ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''apsheronum'', pertaining to waters of the Apsheron peninsula in Russia (isolated from stratal waters of oil-bearing deposits in the Apsheron peninsula).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/370</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium baculatum|D. baculatum]]'' ( corrig. (Rozanova and Nazina 1984) Rozanova ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''baculum'', a stick, staff; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''atum'', suffix denoting provided with; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''baculatum'', shaped like a rod.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/370</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium escambiense|D. escambiense]]'' ( corrig. Sharak Genthner ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''escambiense'', pertaining to the Escambia River in northwest Florida.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00248695}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium macestii|D. macestii]]'' ( (Gogotova and Vainshtein 1989) Hippe ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''macestii'', referring to the town Matsesta at Sotschi, Black Sea, Russia, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1127</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium norvegicum|D. norvegicum]]'' ( Genthner ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''norvegicum'', pertaining to Norway, Norwegian.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/4/1275</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium orale|D. orale]]'' ( Langendijk ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] noun ''os'' ''oris'', mouth; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''ale'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''orale'', pertaining to the mouth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfomicrobium thermophilum|D. thermophilum]]'' ( Thevenieau ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermophilum'', heat-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65639-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfomonas[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfomonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfovibrionaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfomonas'' | binomial_authority = Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = D. pigra | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfomonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfomonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', unit, monad; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfomonas'', a cell that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfomonas.html|Desulfomonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Desulfomonas can be referred to as desulfomonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfomonas pigra|D. pigra]]'' ( Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''piger'' -''gra'' -''grum'', lazy, indolent, sluggish, inactive; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''pigra'', lazy (referring to the limited number of substrates utilized by the species).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfomonile[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfomonile'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfomonile'' | binomial_authority = DeWeerd ''et al''. 1991<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00249173}}</ref> | type_species = D. tiedjei | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfomonile''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfomonile'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun monile, a necklace, a collar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfomonile'', a “collared” sulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfomonile.html|Desulfomonile}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfomonile limimaris|D. limimaris]]'' ( Sun ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] noun ''limus'', mud; [[Latin]] noun ''mare'' -''is'', sea; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''limimaris'', of mud from the sea, referring to its isolation from marine sediments.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfomonile tiedjei|D. tiedjei]]'' ( DeWeerd ''et al''. 1991, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''tiedjei'', of Tiedje, named to recognize the contributions of James M. Tiedje and his laboratory to the field of microbial ecology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00249173}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfomusa[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfomusa'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfomusa'' | binomial_authority = Finster ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/6/2055</ref> | type_species = D. hansenii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfomusa''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfomusa'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Musa'', generic name of banana; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfomusa'', banana-shaped bacterium that reduces sulfate.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfomusa.html|Desulfomusa}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfomusa hansenii|D. hansenii]]'' ( Finster ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hansenii'', of Hansen, named to honour Theo Hansen of The Netherlands, who made important contributions to our understanding of the pathways of organic matter oxidation in sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/6/2055</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonatronospira[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonatronospira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonatronospira'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005389-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. thiodismutans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonatronospira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonatronospira'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] prep. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] pref. ''sulfo''-, prefix used for [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfas'' -''atis'', sulfate; [[New Latin]] noun ''natron'' (arbitrarily derived from the Arabic noun ''natrun'' or ''natron'') soda, sodium carbonate; [[New Latin]] pref. ''natrono''-, pertaining to soda; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spira'', a spire; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfonatronospira'', desulfurizing soda-loving spirillum.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonatronospira.html|Desulfonatronospira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfonatronospira delicata|D. delicata]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''delicata'', delicate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005389-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfonatronospira thiodismutans|D. thiodismutans]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[Latin]] particle ''dis'', in two; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''mutans'', changing, altering; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thiosismutans'', dismutating sulfur.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005389-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonatronovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonatronovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonatronovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Zhilina ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/1/144</ref> | type_species = D. hydrogenovorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonatronovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonatronovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] noun ''natron'' (arbitrarily derived from the Arabic noun ''natrun'' or ''natron'') soda, sodium carbonate; [[New Latin]] pref. ''natrono''-, pertaining to soda; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfonatronovibrio'', sulfate-reducing vibrio from soda environment.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonatronovibrio.html|Desulfonatronovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfonatronovibrio hydrogenovorans|D. hydrogenovorans]]'' ( Zhilina ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] ''hydrogenum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''húdōr (ὕδωρ)'', water; and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), [[hydrogen]], an element; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring, eating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''hydrogenovorans'', hydrogen devouring, hydrogen utilizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/1/144</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonatronum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonatronum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfonatronaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonatronum'' | binomial_authority = Pikuta ''et al''. 1998 | type_species = D. lacustre | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonatronum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonatronum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''natron'' (arbitrarily derived from the Arabic noun ''natrun'' or ''natron'') soda; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfonatronum'', a sulfate reducer inhabiting soda lakes.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonatronum.html|Desulfonatronum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfonatronum cooperativum|D. cooperativum]]'' ( Zhilina ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''cooperativum'', cooperative.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1001</ref> * ''[[Desulfonatronum lacustre|D. lacustre]]'' ( Pikuta ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', basin, lake; [[Latin]] suff. -''ter'' -''tris'' -''tre'', suffix meaning in a general way belonging to (especially of places); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lacustre'', belonging to lakes, inhabiting lakes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/3/631</ref> * ''[[Desulfonatronum thiodismutans|D. thiodismutans]]'' ( Pikuta ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''dismutans'', dismutating, splitting; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thiodismutans'', sulfur-dismutating, pertaining to the ability of the organism to dismutate thiosulfate and sulfite.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1327</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonauticus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonauticus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonauticus'' | binomial_authority = Audiffrin ''et al''. 2003 | type_species = D. submarinus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonauticus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonauticus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''Desulfo''-, desulfuricating, use to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing prokaryote; [[Latin]] adjective ''nauticus'', nautical; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfonauticus'', a marine sulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonauticus.html|Desulfonauticus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfonauticus autotrophicus|D. autotrophicus]]'' ( Mayilraj ''et al''. 2009'','' ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pron. ''autos (αὐτός)'', self; [[New Latin]] adjective ''trophicus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''trophikos''), nursing, tending; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''autotrophicus'', self feeding, referring to the ability of the organism to use CO<sub>2</sub> as a sole carbon source.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013961-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfonauticus submarinus|D. submarinus]]'' ( Audiffrin ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] pref. ''sub''-, under; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'', marine; [[New Latin]] adjective ''submarinus'', from a submarine area.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1485</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonema[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonema'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonema'' | binomial_authority = Widdel 1981<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> | type_species = D. limicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonema''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonema'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''nema'', thread; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfonema'', thread-forming sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonema.html|Desulfonema}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfonema ishimotonii|D. ishimotonii]]'' ( corrig. Fukui ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ishimotonii'', of Ishimoto, named after Maoto Ishimoto, a Japanese biochemist and microbiologist.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050760}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfonema limicola|D. limicola]]'' ( Widdel 1981, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''limus'', mud; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''limicola'', mud-dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> * ''[[Desulfonema magnum|D. magnum]]'' ( Widdel 1981, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''magnum'', large, great.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfonispora[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfonispora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfonispora'' | binomial_authority = Denger ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1599</ref> | type_species = D. thiosulfatigenes | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfonispora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfonispora'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfono''- (from [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''desulfonans''), desulfonating; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed), a spore; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfonispora'', desulfonating spore (-former).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfonispora.html|Desulfonispora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfonispora thiosulfatigenes|D. thiosulfatigenes]]'' ( Denger ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''thiosulfas'' -''atis'', thiosulfate; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', produce, engender; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thiosulfatigenes'', thiosulfate-producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1599</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfopila[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfopila'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfopila'' | binomial_authority = Suzuki ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64600-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfopila''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfopila'' derives from: : [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''pila'', pillar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfopila'', a sulfate-reducing pillar.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfopila.html|Desulfopila}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfopila aestuarii|D. aestuarii]]'' ( Suzuki ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''aestuarii'', of an estuary.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64600-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfopila inferna|D. inferna]]'' ( Gittel ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''inferna'', that which is, or comes from, below, referring to the isolation of the type strain from a subsurface sediment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015644-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulforegula[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulforegula'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulforegula'' | binomial_authority = Rees and Patel 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1911</ref> | type_species = D. conservatrix | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulforegula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulforegula'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] noun fem ''regula'', a straight piece of wood or ruler; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulforegula'', a sulfate-reducing bacterium shaped like a ruler.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulforegula.html|Desulforegula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulforegula conservatrix|D. conservatrix]]'' ( Rees and Patel 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''conservatrix'' (nominative in apposition), she who preserves, describing the storage of lipid cell inclusions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1911</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulforhabdus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulforhabdus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulforhabdus'' | binomial_authority = Oude Elferink ''et al''. 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02525317}}</ref> | type_species = D. amnigena | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulforhabdus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulforhabdus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''rhabdos (ῥάβδος)'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulforhabdus'', a rod-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulforhabdus.html|Desulforhabdus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulforhabdus amnigena|D. amnigena]]'' ( corrig. Oude Elferink ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''amnis'', any broad and deep-flowing, rapid water; [[Latin]] suff. ''genus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''gigno'', to produce, give birth to, beget), born from; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''amnigena'', coming from water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02525317}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulforhopalus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulforhopalus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulforhopalus'' | binomial_authority = Isaksen and Teske 1999<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050371}}</ref> | type_species = D. vacuolatus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulforhopalus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulforhopalus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''rhopalus'', cudgel; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulforhopalus'', cudgel-formed sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulforhopalus.html|Desulforhopalus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulforhopalus singaporensis|D. singaporensis]]'' ( Lie ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''singaporensis'', pertaining to the place of isolation, Republic of Singapore.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/5/1699</ref> * ''[[Desulforhopalus vacuolatus|D. vacuolatus]]'' ( Isaksen and Teske 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vacuolatus'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''vacuo'', to make empty or void), vacuolated due to the morphology of the cells.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050371}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfosalsimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfosalsimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfosalsimonas'' | binomial_authority = Kjeldsen ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014746-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. propionicica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfosalsimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfosalsimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] adjective ''salsus'', salty, saline; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', unit, monad; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfosalsimonas'', a sulfate-reducing monad that thrives in (hyper)saline environments.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfosalsimonas.html|Desulfosalsimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Desulfosalsimonas can be referred to as desulfosalsimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfosalsimonas propionicica|D. propionicica]]'' ( Kjeldsen ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''propionicum'', propionic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''propionicica'', belonging to propionic acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014746-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfosarcina[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfosarcina'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfosarcina'' | binomial_authority = Widdel 1981<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> | type_species = D. variabilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfosarcina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfosarcina'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''sarcina'', a package, bundle, and also a generic name (''Sarcina''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfosarcina'', sarcina-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfosarcina.html|Desulfosarcina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfosarcina cetonica|D. cetonica]]'' ( corrig. (Galushko and Rozanova 1994) Kuever ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''cetonum'', ketone; [[Latin]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', used in adjectives with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''cetonica'', pertaining to ketones; ''Desulfosarcina'' ''cetonica'' a sulfate-reducing bacterium oxidizing ketones.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfosarcina ovata|D. ovata]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''ovata'', eggshaped, ovate, referring to the oval cell shape.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfosarcina variabilis|D. variabilis]]'' ( Widdel 1981, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''variabilis'', changeable, variable.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfosoma[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfosoma'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfosoma'' | binomial_authority = Baena ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020586-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. caldarium | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfosoma''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfosoma'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing prokaryote; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''soma (σῶμα)'', body; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfosoma'', sulfate-reducing body.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfosoma.html|Desulfosoma}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfosoma caldarium|D. caldarium]]'' ( Baena ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] neut adjective ''caldarium'', pertaining to warmth, suitable for warming.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020586-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfospira[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfospira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfospira'' | binomial_authority = Finster ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/4/1274</ref> | type_species = D. joergensenii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfospira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfospira'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spira'', a coil, spire; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfospira'', a sulfate-reducing coil.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfospira.html|Desulfospira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfospira joergensenii|D. joergensenii]]'' ( Finster ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''joergensenii'', of Joergensen; named after B.B. Jørgensen, a Danish microbiologist who has made important contributions to our current knowledge of the sulfur cycle.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/4/1274</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfosporosinus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfosporosinus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfosporosinus'' | binomial_authority = Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65368-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. orientis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfosporosinus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfosporosinus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed), spore; [[Latin]] noun ''sinus'', bend; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfosporosinus'', a spore-forming curved (organism) that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfosporosinus.html|Desulfosporosinus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus auripigmenti|D. auripigmenti]]'' ( corrig. (Newman ''et al''. 2000) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''aurum'', gold; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''pigmentum'', colour, pigment; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''auripigmenti'', of golden pigment, referring to the colour of precipitate (arsenosulfide, As2S3) which is formed after reduction of arsenate and sulfate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/6/2239</ref> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus hippei|D. hippei]]'' ( Vatsurina ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hippei'', of Hippe, named after Hans H. Hippe, of the DSMZ, for his numerous contributions to the cultivation and taxonomy of sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65368-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus lacus|D. lacus]]'' ( Ramamoorthy ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'' -''us'', a lake; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacus'', of a lake.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63610-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus meridiei|D. meridiei]]'' ( Robertson ''et al''. 2001, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''meridies'', the south; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''meridiei'', of the south, referring to its isolation in the Southern Hemisphere.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/1/133</ref> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus orientis|D. orientis]]'' ( (Campbell and Postgate 1965) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] noun ''oriens'' -''entis'', the East, the Orient; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''orientis'', of the orient.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1134</ref> * ''[[Desulfosporosinus youngiae|D. youngiae]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''youngiae'', of Young, in recognition of the contributions of Lily Y. Young to our understanding of the physiology and ecology of anaerobic bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007336-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfotalea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfotalea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfotalea'' | binomial_authority = Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> | type_species = D. psychrophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfotalea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfotalea'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''talea'', a slender staff, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfotalea'', a sulfate-reducing rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfotalea.html|Desulfotalea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfotalea arctica|D. arctica]]'' ( Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''arctica'', northern, from the Artic, referring to the site where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> * ''[[Desulfotalea psychrophila|D. psychrophila]]'' ( Knoblauch ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''psychrophila'', cold loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1631</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfothermus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfothermus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfothermus'' | binomial_authority = Kuever ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. naphthae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfothermus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfothermus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] ''pref''. de, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfothermus'', sulfate reducer living in hot places.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfothermus.html|Desulfothermus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfothermus naphthae|D. naphthae]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''naphthae'', of crude oil (able to oxidize crude oil).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64188-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfothermus okinawensis|D. okinawensis]]'' ( Nunoura ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''okinawensis'', of Okinawa, a region of Japan.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64781-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfotignum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfotignum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfotignum'' | binomial_authority = Kuever ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/1/171</ref> | type_species = D. balticum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfotignum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfotignum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''tignum'', a piece or stick of timber; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfotignum'', sulfate-reducing stick.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfotignum.html|Desulfotignum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfotignum balticum|D. balticum]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''balticum'', pertaining to the Baltic Sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotignum phosphitoxidans|D. phosphitoxidans]]'' ( Schink ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''phosphis'' -''itis'', phosphite; [[New Latin]] participle adjective <em>oxidans</em>, oxidizing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''phosphitoxydans'', phosphite-oxidizing.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00203-002-0402-x}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotignum toluenicum|D. toluenicum]]'' ( Ommedal and Torsvik 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] noun ''toluenum'', toluene; [[Latin]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''toluenicum'', pertaining to toluene.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65067-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfotomaculum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfotomaculum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfotomaculum'' | binomial_authority = Campbell and Postgate 1965, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = D. nigrificans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfotomaculum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfotomaculum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] noun ''tomaculum'', a kind of sausage; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfotomaculum'', a sausage-shaped sulfate reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfotomaculum.html|Desulfotomaculum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 27 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum acetoxidans|D. acetoxidans]]'' ( Widdel and Pfennig 1977, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aceticum'', acetic acid; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'' (''sic'') (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour, acid), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acetoxidans'', oxidizing acetic acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00446665}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum aeronauticum|D. aeronauticum]]'' ( Hagenauer ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''nautikos'', naval, nautical, concerning ship/navigation; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aeronauticum'', pertaining to navigation in air.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/3/915</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum alcoholivorax|D. alcoholivorax]]'' ( Kaksonen ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alcohol'', alcohol; [[Latin]] adjective ''vorax'', voracious; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alcoholivorax'', alcohol-devouring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65025-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum alkaliphilum|D. alkaliphilum]]'' ( Pikuta ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali (from Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort), alkali; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilum'', alkali-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/25</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum antarcticum|D. antarcticum]]'' ( (''ex'' Iizuka ''et al''. 1969) Campbell and Singleton 1988, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''antarticum'', southern, pertaining to Antarctica.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum arcticum|D. arcticum]]'' ( Vandieken ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''arcticum'', northern, arctic, from the Arctic, referring to the place where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64058-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum auripigmentum|D. auripigmentum]]'' ( Newman ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''aurum'', gold; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''pigmentum'', colour, pigment; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''auripigmenti'', of golden pigment, referring to the colour of precipitate (arsenosulfide, As2S3) which is formed after reduction of arsenate and sulfate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050512}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum australicum|D. australicum]]'' ( Love ''et al''. 1993, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''australicum'', pertaining to Australia.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/4/864</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum carboxydivorans|D. carboxydivorans]]'' ( Parshina ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''carboxydum'', carbon monoxide; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''carboxydivorans'', carbon monoxide digesting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/2159</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum geothermicum|D. geothermicum]]'' ( Daumas ''et al''. 1990, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', earth, [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''icum'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''geothermicum'', geothermal.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00419203}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum gibsoniae|D. gibsoniae]]'' ( Kuever ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''gibsoniae'', of Gibson; named after Jane Gibson, a British-American microbiologist and biochemist who made important contributions to the field of anaerobic degradation of aromatic compounds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1801</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum guttoideum|D. guttoideum]]'' ( Gogotova and Vainstein 1986, ; not found.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/4/573</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum halophilum|D. halophilum]]'' ( Tardy-Jacquenod ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''halophilum'', salt-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/2/333</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum hydrothermale|D. hydrothermale]]'' ( Haouari ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hydros'', water; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermos (θερμός)'', heat; [[Latin]] suff. -''alis'' -''is'' -''e'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hydrothermale'', from a hydrothermal area.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65339-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum kuznetsovii|D. kuznetsovii]]'' ( Nazina ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kuznetovii'', of Kuznetsov, named in honor of the leading Soviet microbiologist S.I. Kuznetsov who has made a significant contribution to the study of geochemical activity of micro-organisms.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/4/470</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum luciae|D. luciae]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''luciae'', of Lucia, referring to the source of the type strain, a hot spring in St Lucia.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/615</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum nigrificans|D. nigrificans]]'' ( (Werkman and Weaver 1927) Campbell and Postgate 1965, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''nigrificans'', making black, blackening.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum orientis|D. orientis]]'' ( Campbell and Postgate 1965, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''oriens'' -''entis'', the East, the Orient; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''orientis'', of the orient.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum putei|D. putei]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''putei'', of a pit or well, referring to the source of the type strain, an exploratory gas well.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/615</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum ruminis|D. ruminis]]'' ( Campbell and Postgate 1965, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''rumen'', throat, first stomach (rumen) of a ruminant; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ruminis'', of a rumen.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum sapomandens|D. sapomandens]]'' ( Cord-Ruwisch and Garcia 1990, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sapo'' -''onis'', soap; [[Latin]] v. ''mando'', to eat, devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sapomandens'', eating soap.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1985.tb00884.x}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum solfataricum|D. solfataricum]]'' ( Goorissen ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''solfataricum'', pertaining to solfatares, derived from solfatara (field of hot sulfur springs and fumaroles), referring to the original habitat of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1223</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermoacetoxidans|D. thermoacetoxidans]]'' ( Min and Zinder 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aceticum'', acetic acid; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'' (''sic'') (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour, acid), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermoacetoxidans'', oxidizing acetate under hot conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00249012}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermobenzoicum|D. thermobenzoicum]]'' ( Tasaki ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''benzoicum'', pertaining to benzoate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermobenzoicum'', oxidizes benzoate under thermophilic conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00243454}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermobenzoicum|D. thermobenzoicum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''thermobenzoicum''''' Tasaki ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''benzoicum'', pertaining to benzoate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermobenzoicum'', oxidizes benzoate under thermophilic conditions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/2/391</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermobenzoicum|D. thermobenzoicum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''thermos (θερμός)yntrophicum''''' Plugge ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''suntrophos'', having grown up with one; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)ynthrophicum'', referring to the capacity of the organism to grow at elevated temperatures on propionate in the presence of a partner organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermocisternum|D. thermocisternum]]'' ( Nilsen ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''cisterna'', reservoir; [[New Latin]] adjective (?!) ''thermocisternum'', hot reservoir, referring to the original habitat of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/2/397</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermos (θερμός)apovorans|D. thermos (θερμός)apovorans]]'' ( Fardeau ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] noun ''sapo'' -''onis'', soap; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sapovorans'', soap devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermos (θερμός)apovorans'', thermophilic and soap-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/2/218</ref> * ''[[Desulfotomaculum thermos (θερμός)ubterraneum|D. thermos (θερμός)ubterraneum]]'' ( Kaksonen ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''subterraneum'', subterranean, underground, below the Earth's surface; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)ubterraneum'', thermophilic inhabitant of the Earth's subsurface.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64439-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfovermiculus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfovermiculus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfohalobiaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfovermiculus'' | binomial_authority = Belyakova ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. halophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfovermiculus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfovermiculus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vermiculus'', a little worm; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfovermiculus'', vermiform sulfate-reducing bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfovermiculus.html|Desulfovermiculus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfovermiculus halophilus|D. halophilus]]'' ( Belyakova ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfovibrionales]] | familia = [[Desulfovibrionaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Kluyver and van Niel 1936, ''genus''. (Type genus of the order ''Desulfovibrionales'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006; type genus of the family ''Desulfovibrionaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = D. desulfuricans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfovibrio'', a vibrio that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfovibrio.html|Desulfovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 60 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfovibrio acrylicus|D. acrylicus]]'' ( van der Maarel ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''acrylicum'', acrylic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''acrylicus'', pertaining to acrylic acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050363}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio aerotolerans|D. aerotolerans]]'' ( Mogensen ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''aerotolerans'', air-tolerating, fererring to the oxygen tolerance of the organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010819-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio aespoeensis|D. aespoeensis]]'' ( Motamedi and Pedersen 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aespoeensis'', pertaining to Äspo, in southeastern Sweden.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/1/311</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio africanus|D. africanus]]'' ( Campbell ''et al''. 1966, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''africanus'', pertaining to Africa.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio africanus|D. africanus]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''africanus''''' Campbell ''et al''. 1966, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''africanus'', pertaining to Africa.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006668-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio africanus|D. africanus]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''uniflagellum''''' Castañeda-Carrión ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''unus'', only one, one; [[Latin]] noun ''flagellum'', whip; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun (nominative in apposition) ''uniflagellum'', the only one whip.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006668-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio alaskensis|D. alaskensis]]'' ( Feio ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alaskensis'', from Alaska, referring to the place of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1747</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio alcoholivorans|D. alcoholivorans]]'' ( corrig. Qatibi ''et al''. 1995, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alcohol'' -''olis'', alcohol; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to eat,  to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alcoholovorans'', devouring alcohol.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00248608}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio alkalitolerans|D. alkalitolerans]]'' ( Abildgaard ''et al''. 2006, ; Arabic noun ''alkali'' (al-qaliy), the ashes of saltwort; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alkalitolerans'', alkali-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63909-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio aminophilus|D. aminophilus]]'' ( Baena ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''aminum'' (''amino'' in compound words involving chemicals), amine; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aminophilus'', amine loving; intended to mean amino acid loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/2/341</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio baarsii|D. baarsii]]'' ( Widdel 1981, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''baarsii'', of Baars, named after J.K. Baars, a Dutch microbiologist, who did the first comprehensive studies on nutrition of sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfovibrio baculatus|D. baculatus]]'' ( Rozanova and Nazina 1984, ; [[Latin]] noun ''baculum'', a stick, staff; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''atus'', suffix denoting provided with; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''baculatus'', shaped like a rod.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfovibrio bastinii|D. bastinii]]'' ( Magot ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bastinii'', of Bastin, named after the American microbiologist Edson S. Bastin, who studied sulfate-reducing bacteria from oilfields at the beginning of the 20th century.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1693</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio bizertensis|D. bizertensis]]'' ( Haouari ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''bizertensis'', from Bizerte, referring to the place of isolation of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64530-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio burkinensis|D. burkinensis]]'' ( Ouattara ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''burkinensis'', pertaining to Burkina Faso, West Africa.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/639</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio butyratiphilus|D. butyratiphilus]]'' ( Suzuki ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''butyras'' -''atis'', butyrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''butyratiphilus'', butyrate-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013771-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio carbinolicus|D. carbinolicus]]'' ( Nanninga and Gottschal 1995, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''carbinol'' -''olis'', carbinol (syn. alcohol); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''carbinolicus'', pertaining to carbinols; intended to mean metabolizing alcohols.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/4/879</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio carbinoliphilus|D. carbinoliphilus]]'' ( Allen ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''carbinolum'', alcohol; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective φίλος), friendly to, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''carbinoliphilus'', alcohol-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65524-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio cuneatus|D. cuneatus]]'' ( Sass ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''cuneatus'', wedge-shaped, cuneiform, referring to the tapered ends of the cells.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/4/1083</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio dechloracetivorans|D. dechloracetivorans]]'' ( Sun ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', off, away; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''chlōros'', greenish-yellow, pale green; [[New Latin]] pref. ''chloro''-, referring to chlorine (named for its color); [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', consuming; N. [[Latin]] participle adjective ''dechloracetivorans'', removing chlorine and consuming acetate, referring to the characteristic of coupling acetate oxidation to reductive dechlorination for growth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio desulfuricans|D. desulfuricans]]'' ( (Beijerinck 1895) Kluyver and van Niel 1936, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''desulfuricans'' (from [[New Latin]] v. ''desulfurico'', to reduce sulfur), reducing sulfur compounds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio desulfuricans|D. desulfuricans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''aestuarii''''' Postgate and Campbell 1966, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] noun ''aestuarium'', a channel extending inland from the sea, and only filled with water at floodtide, an estuary; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''aestuarii'', of an estuary.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio desulfuricans|D. desulfuricans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''desulfuricans''''' (Beijerinck 1895) Kluyver and van Niel 1936, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''desulfuricans'' (from [[New Latin]] v. ''desulfurico'', to reduce sulfur), reducing sulfur compounds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio ferrireducens|D. ferrireducens]]'' ( Vandieken ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and in chemistry converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''ferrireducens'', reducing Fe(III) to Fe(II).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64057-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio frigidus|D. frigidus]]'' ( Vandieken ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''frigidus'', cold, referring to growth in the permanently cold sediment of Svalbard.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64057-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio fructosivorans|D. fructosivorans]]'' ( corrig. Ollivier ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''fructosum'', fructose; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to eat, to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''fructosivorans'', devouring fructose.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00425586}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio furfuralis|D. furfuralis]]'' ( Folkerts ''et al''. 1989, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''furfuralis'', pertaining to furfural (2-furaldehyde). It is also possible to propose the following etymology: [[New Latin]] noun ''furfural'' -''alis'', furfural (2-furaldehyde); [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''furfuralis'', of furfural, intended to mean pertaining to furfural.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio gabonensis|D. gabonensis]]'' ( Tardy-Jacquenod ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gabonensis'', pertaining to Gabon, a country in West Africa.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/3/710</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio giganteus|D. giganteus]]'' ( Esnault ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''giganteus'', giant, gigantic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1933</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio gigas|D. gigas]]'' ( Le Gall 1963, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''gigas'' (nominative in apposition), a giant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio gracilis|D. gracilis]]'' ( Magot ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gracilis'', slender, thin.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1693</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio halophilus|D. halophilus]]'' ( Caumette ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/2/331</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio hydrothermalis|D. hydrothermalis]]'' ( Alazard ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hydrothermalis'', from a hydrothermal area.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/1/173</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio idahonensis|D. idahonensis]]'' ( Sass ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''idahonensis'', pertaining to Idaho, referring to the source of isolation of the first strains.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016709-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio indonesiensis|D. indonesiensis]]'' ( corrig. Feio ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''indonesiensis'', pertaining to Indonesia, referring to the country of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1997.0142}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio inopinatus|D. inopinatus]]'' ( Reichenbecher and Schink 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''inopinatus'', not expected, unexpected, referring to the utilization of an aromatic compound by a member of the genus ''Desulfovibrio''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050507}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio intestinalis|D. intestinalis]]'' ( Fröhlich ''et al''. 1999 (complete authorship reads: Fröhlich, Sass, Kuhnigk and König), ; [[Latin]] noun ''intestinum'', gut, intestine; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''intestinalis'', pertaining to the intestine (the isolate lives in the intestine of termites).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/4/1325</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio litoralis|D. litoralis]]'' ( Sass ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''litoralis'', of or belonging to the sea-shore, pertaining to the habitat from where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/4/1083</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio longreachensis|D. longreachensis]]'' ( corrig. Redburn and Patel 1995, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''longreachensis'', pertaining to Longreach; named after the town in Australia.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1994.tb06610.x}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio longus|D. longus]]'' ( Magot ''et al''. 1992, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''longus'', long.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/3/398</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio magneticus|D. magneticus]]'' ( Sakaguchi ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''magneticus'', magnetic; refering to intracellular magnetite particles (magnetosomes).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/1/215</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio marinus|D. marinus]]'' ( Ben Dhia Thabet ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''marinus'', of or belonging to the sea, marine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64790-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio marinisediminis|D. marinisediminis]]'' ( Takii ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea, marine; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sediminis'', of a sediment; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''marinisediminis'', of a marine sediment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65750-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio marrakechensis|D. marrakechensis]]'' ( Chamkh ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''marrakechensis'', pertaining to Marrakech, in south-west Morocco, the source of isolation of the type strain; also referring to the first sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from Morocco (Marrakech was the old name of Morocco).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003822-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio mexicanus|D. mexicanus]]'' ( Hernandez-Eugenio ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mexicanus'', pertaining to Mexico.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.2000.0354}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio oxamicus|D. oxamicus]]'' ( (Postgate and Campbell 1966) López-Cortés ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''oxamicum'', oxamic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''oxamicus'', pertaining to oxamic acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64074-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio oxyclinae|D. oxyclinae]]'' ( Krekeler ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''oxyclina'', oxycline; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''oxyclinae'', of oxycline, referring to the oxycline as habitat.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050457}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio paquesii|D. paquesii]]'' ( van Houten ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''paquesii'', of Paques, named after Jos Paques, a Dutch biotechnologist and entrepreneur, in recognition of his contribution to the application of the biological sulfur cycle in anaerobic wastewater treatment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65616-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio piger|D. piger]]'' ( (Moore ''et al''. 1976) Loubinoux ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''piger'' -''gra'' -''grum'', lazy, indolent, sluggish, inactive; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''piger'', lazy (referring to the limited number of substrates utilized by the species).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1305</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio portus|D. portus]]'' ( Suzuki ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''portus'', of estuary, of a river, pertaining to the original habitat of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.028910-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio profundus|D. profundus]]'' ( Bale ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''profundus'', deep.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/2/515</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio psychrotolerans|D. psychrotolerans]]'' ( Sasi Jyothsna ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''psychrotolerans'', cold-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65402-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio putealis|D. putealis]]'' ( Basso ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''putealis'', of or belonging to a well.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/101</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio salexigens|D. salexigens]]'' ( Postgate and Campbell 1966, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[Latin]] v. ''exigo'', to demand; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''salexigens'', salt demanding.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio sapovorans|D. sapovorans]]'' ( Widdel 1981, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sapo'', soap; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', eating, devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sapovorans'', devouring soap (i.e. higher fatty acids).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfovibrio senezii|D. senezii]]'' ( Tsu ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''senezii'', of Senez, named to honor the French microbiologist Jacques C. Senez.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050648}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio simplex|D. simplex]]'' ( Zellner ''et al''. 1990, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''simplex'', simple, uncompounded, unmixed; intended to mean ordinary.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00425169}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio sulfodismutans|D. sulfodismutans]]'' ( Bak and Pfennig 1988, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] inseparable particle ''dis'', in two; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''mutans'', altering, changing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sulfodismutans'', dismutating sulfur compounds.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00415282}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio termitidis|D. termitidis]]'' ( Trinkerl ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] nom. ''termes'' -''itis'', a worm that eats wood, a termite; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''termitidis'', pertaining to the termite, of a termite.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/178</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio thermophilus|D. thermophilus]]'' ( Rozanova and Khudyakova 1974, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thermophilus'', heat-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfovibrio tunisiensis|D. tunisiensis]]'' ( Ben Ali Gam ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''tunisiensis'', of Tunisia, pertaining to Tunisia.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.000943-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio vietnamensis|D. vietnamensis]]'' ( Dang ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vietnamensis'', pertaining to Vietnam, referring to the country of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1996.0049}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio vulgaris|D. vulgaris]]'' ( Postgate and Campbell 1966, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vulgaris'', usual, common.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio vulgaris|D. vulgaris]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''oxamicus''''' Postgate and Campbell 1966, ''subspecies''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''oxamicum'', oxamic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''oxamicus'', pertaining to oxamic acid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Desulfovibrio vulgaris|D. vulgaris]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''vulgaris''''' Postgate and Campbell 1966, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vulgaris'', usual, common.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Desulfovibrio zosterae|D. zosterae]]'' ( Nielsen ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Zostera'', a scientific generic name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''zosterae'', of ''Zostera'', denoting that the bacterium was isolated from the plant ''Zostera'' ''marina''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/859</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfovirga[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfovirga'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Syntrophobacterales]] | familia = [[Syntrophobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfovirga'' | binomial_authority = Tanaka ''et al''. 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/639</ref> | type_species = D. adipica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfovirga''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfovirga'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating (prefix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing procaryote); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''virga'', twig, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfovirga'', a sulfate-reducing rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfovirga.html|Desulfovirga}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfovirga adipica|D. adipica]]'' ( Tanaka ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''adipinum'', adipic acid (adipate); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; N..[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''adipica'', pertaining to adipic acid and the organism's ability to degrade it.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/639</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfovirgula[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfovirgula'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Thermoanaerobacterales]] | familia = [[Thermoanaerobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Desulfovirgula'' | binomial_authority = Kaksonen ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64655-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfovirgula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfovirgula'' derives from: : [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''virgula'', twig or rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfovirgula'', a rod that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfovirgula.html|Desulfovirgula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfovirgula thermocuniculi|D. thermocuniculi]]'' ( Kaksonen ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Latin]] noun ''cuniculus'', mine; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''thermocuniculi'', of a hot mine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64655-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfurella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfurellales]] | familia = [[Desulfurellaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurella'' | binomial_authority = Bonch-Osmolovskaya ''et al''. 1993, (Type genus of the order ''Desulfurellales'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006; type genus of the family ''Desulfurellaceae'' Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00247813}}</ref> | type_species = D. acetivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. ending -''ella''; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfurella'', a small sulfur reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurella.html|Desulfurella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfurella acetivorans|D. acetivorans]]'' ( Bonch-Osmolovskaya ''et al''. 1993, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring, eating; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''acetivorans'', vinegar-eating; intended to mean acetate-eating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00247813}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurella kamchatkensis|D. kamchatkensis]]'' ( Miroshnichenko 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''kamchatkensis'', pertaining to the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/2/475</ref> * ''[[Desulfurella multipotens|D. multipotens]]'' ( Miroshnichenko ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''multus'', much, great, many; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''potens'' (from [[Latin]] v.  ''possum''), being able, having power; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''multipotens'', having many abilities.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00248898}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurella propionica|D. propionica]]'' ( Miroshnichenko ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''propionicum'', propionic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''propionica'', pertaining to propionic acid; intended to mean propionate-utilizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/2/475</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfurispira[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurispira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Chrysiogenetes]]" | classis = [[Chrysiogenetes]] | ordo = [[Chrysiogenales]] | familia = [[Chrysiogenaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurispira'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin and Muyzer 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.028910-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. natronophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurispira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Chrysiogenetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurispira'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spira'', a coil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfurispira'', a sulfur-reducing spirillum.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurispira.html|Desulfurispira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfurispira natronophila|D. natronophila]]'' ( Sorokin and Muyzer 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''natron'' (arbitrarily derived from the Arabaic noun ''natron'' or ''natrun''), soda; [[New Latin]] pref. ''natrono''-, pertaining to soda; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''natronophila'', soda-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.028910-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Chrysiogenetes]]


Desulfurispirillum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurispirillum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Chrysiogenetes]]" | classis = [[Chrysiogenetes]] | ordo = [[Chrysiogenales]] | familia = [[Chrysiogenaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurispirillum'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021204-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. alkaliphilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurispirillum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Chrysiogenetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurispirillum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] dim. [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''spirillum'', a small spiral (from [[Latin]] noun ''spira'', spiral); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfurispirillum'', a spirillum that reduces elemental sulfur.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurispirillum.html|Desulfurispirillum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfurispirillum alkaliphilum|D. alkaliphilum]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali (from Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort), alkali; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilum'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021204-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurispirillum indicum|D. indicum]]'' ( Rauschenbach ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indicum'', of India, Indian.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.022392-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Chrysiogenetes]]


Desulfurispora[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurispora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurispora'' | binomial_authority = Kaksonen ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64593-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. thermophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurispora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurispora'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed and, in biology, a spore; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfurispora'', a spore-forming organism that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurispora.html|Desulfurispora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfurispora thermophila|D. thermophila]]'' ( Kaksonen ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''thermophila'', heat-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64593-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Desulfurivibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurivibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfobacterales]] | familia = [[Desulfobulbaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurivibrio'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. alkaliphilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurivibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurivibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from, off, away; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, a vibrio; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfurivibrio'', vibrio that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurivibrio.html|Desulfurivibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfurivibrio alkaliphilus|D. alkaliphilus]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', soda ash; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilus'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfurobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Aquificae]]" | classis = [[Aquificae]] | ordo = [[Aquificales]] | familia = [[Desulfurobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurobacterium'' | binomial_authority = L'Haridon ''et al''. 1998, (Type genus of the family ''Desulfurobacteriaceae'' L'Haridon ''et al''. 2006).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-003-0329-4}}</ref> | type_species = D. thermolithotrophum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Aquificae]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulphur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a stick, staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Desulfurobacterium'', sulphur-reducing rod-shaped bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurobacterium.html|Desulfurobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfurobacterium atlanticum|D. atlanticum]]'' ( L'Haridon ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''atlanticum'', of or pertaining to the Atlantic Ocean.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63994-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurobacterium pacificum|D. pacificum]]'' ( L'Haridon ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''pacificum'', peaceful; pertaining to the Pacific Ocean.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63994-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurobacterium thermolithotrophum|D. thermolithotrophum]]'' ( L'Haridon ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''lithos'', stone; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun trophos, feeder, rearer, one who feeds; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermolithotrophum'', referring to its thermophilic way of life and)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/3/701</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Aquificae]]


Desulfurococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurococcus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Crenarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Thermoprotei]] | ordo = [[Desulfurococcales]] | familia = [[Desulfurococcaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurococcus'' | binomial_authority = Zillig and Stetter 1983, (Type genus of the order ''Desulfurococcales'' Huber and Stetter 2002; type genus of the family ''Desulfurococcaceae'' Zillig and Stetter 1983).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref> | type_species = D. mucosus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Crenarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] pref. ''desulfo''-, desulfuricating, suffix used to characterize a dissimilatory sulfate-reducing prokaryote; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfurococcus'', the sulfur-reducing coccus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurococcus.html|Desulfurococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfurococcus amylolyticus|D. amylolyticus]]'' ( Bonch-Osmolovskaya ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amulon'', starch; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''amylolyticus'', starch degrading.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/51/5/1619</ref> * ''[[Desulfurococcus fermentans|D. fermentans]]'' ( Perevalova ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''fermentans'', fermenting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/995</ref> * ''[[Desulfurococcus kamchatkensis|D. kamchatkensis]]'' ( Kublanov ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''kamchatkensis'', pertaining to Kamchatka, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006726-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfurococcus mobilis|D. mobilis]]'' ( Zillig and Stetter 1983, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mobilis'', movable, motile.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref> * ''[[Desulfurococcus mucosus|D. mucosus]]'' ( Zillig and Stetter 1983, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mucosus'', slimy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Crenarchaeota]]


Desulfurolobus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfurolobus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Crenarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Thermoprotei]] | ordo = [[Sulfolobales]] | familia = [[Sulfolobaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfurolobus'' | binomial_authority = Zillig and Böck 1987<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/2/179</ref> | type_species = D. ambivalens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfurolobus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Crenarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfurolobus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''globus'', a round body, a ball, sphere, globe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Desulfuroglobus'', a sphere that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfurolobus.html|Desulfurolobus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Desulfurolobus ambivalens|D. ambivalens]]'' ( Zillig and Böck 1987, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ambo'' ''ambae'', both; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''valens'', being able to do; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''ambivalens'', ambivalent.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/2/179</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Crenarchaeota]]


Desulfuromonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfuromonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Desulfuromonadaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfuromonas'' | binomial_authority = Pfennig and Biebl 1977, ''genus''. (Type genus of the order ''Desulfuromonadales'' corrig. Kuever ''et al''. 2006; type genus of the family ''Desulfuromonadaceae'' corrig. Kuever ''et al''. 2006).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00416962}}</ref> | type_species = D. acetoxidans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfuromonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfuromonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de,'' from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfuromonas'', a monad that reduces sulfur.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfuromonas.html|Desulfuromonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Desulfuromonas can be referred to as desulfuromonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains 7 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfuromonas acetexigens|D. acetexigens]]'' ( Finster ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aceticum'', acetic acid; [[Latin]] v. ''exigo'', to demand; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acetexigens'', demanding acetate for growth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00303588}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas acetoxidans|D. acetoxidans]]'' ( Pfennig and Biebl 1977, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aceticum'', acetic acid; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', acid or sour and in combined words indicating oxygen), to make acid, oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acetoxidans'', oxidizing acetate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00416962}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas chloroethenica|D. chloroethenica]]'' ( Krumholz 1997, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''chloroethenum'', chloroethene; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''chloroethenica'', pertaining to chloroethene, as the organism utilizes such compounds as electron acceptors.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1262</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas michiganensis|D. michiganensis]]'' ( Sung ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''michiganensis'', pertaining to the state of Michigan where the sediment and aquifer samples used for isolation of strains BB1 and BRS1 were collected.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017988-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas palmitatis|D. palmitatis]]'' ( Coates ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''palmitas'' -''atis'', palmitate (chemical); [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''palmitatis'', of palmitate, because it oxidizes palmitate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02529738}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas svalbardensis|D. svalbardensis]]'' ( Vandieken ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''svalbardensis'', from Svalbard, a group of islands in the northern Barents Sea, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63639-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromonas thiophila|D. thiophila]]'' ( Finster ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''thiophila'', sulfur-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/754</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Desulfuromusa[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Desulfuromusa'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Desulfuromonadaceae]] | genus = ''Desulfuromusa'' | binomial_authority = Liesack and Finster 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/753</ref> | type_species = D. kysingii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Desulfuromusa''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Desulfuromusa'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Musa'', generic name of banana; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Desulfuromusa'', a banana-shaped bacterium that reduces sulfur.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/desulfuromusa.html|Desulfuromusa}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Desulfuromusa bakii|D. bakii]]'' ( Liesack and Finster 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bakii'', of Bak, named in memory of F. Bak, a German microbiologist who has made important contributions to our knowledge of sulfur- and sulfate-reducing bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/753</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromusa ferrireducens|D. ferrireducens]]'' ( Vandieken ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and, in chemistry, converting to a reduced oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''ferrireducens'', reducing Fe(III) to Fe(II).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63639-0}}</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromusa kysingii|D. kysingii]]'' ( Liesack and Finster 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kysingii'', of kysing; named after the Fjord south of Århus (Jutland, Denmark) from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/753</ref> * ''[[Desulfuromusa succinoxidans|D. succinoxidans]]'' ( Liesack and Finster 1994, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''succinicum'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''succinum'', amber), succinic acid; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', acid or sour and in combined words indicating oxygen), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''succinoxidans'', oxidizing succinate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/753</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dethiobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dethiobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Syntrophomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Dethiobacter'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. alkaliphilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dethiobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dethiobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de''-, from, off, away; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dethiobacter'', rod-shaped bacterium that reduces sulfur compounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dethiobacter.html|Dethiobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dethiobacter alkaliphilus|D. alkaliphilus]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', soda ash; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilus'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Dethiosulfatibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dethiosulfatibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Dethiosulfatibacter'' | binomial_authority = Takii ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64882-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. aminovorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dethiosulfatibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dethiosulfatibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] noun ''thiosulfas'' -''atis'', thiosulfate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dethiosulfatibacter'', a rod-shaped thiosulfate-reducer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dethiosulfatibacter.html|Dethiosulfatibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dethiosulfatibacter aminovorans|D. aminovorans]]'' ( Takii ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''aminum'', amine; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''aminovorans'', devouring amino acids.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64882-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Dethiosulfovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dethiosulfovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Synergistetes]]" | classis = [[Synergistia]] | ordo = [[Synergistales]] | familia = [[Synergistaceae]] | genus = ''Dethiosulfovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Magot ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/818</ref> | type_species = D. peptidovorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dethiosulfovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Synergistetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dethiosulfovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[New Latin]] noun ''thiosulfas'' -''atis'', thiosulfate; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to vibrate; [[New Latin]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dethiosulfovibrio'', a vibrio that reduces thiosulfate.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dethiosulfovibrio.html|Dethiosulfovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dethiosulfovibrio acidaminovorans|D. acidaminovorans]]'' ( Surkov ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''aminum'', amino acid; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acidaminovorans'', devouring amino acids.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dethiosulfovibrio marinus|D. marinus]]'' ( Surkov ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea, marine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dethiosulfovibrio peptidovorans|D. peptidovorans]]'' ( Magot ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''peptidum'' ([[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''peptos'', cooked), peptide; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''peptidovorans'', devouring peptides.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/818</ref> * ''[[Dethiosulfovibrio russensis|D. russensis]]'' ( Surkov ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''russensis'', pertaining to Staraja Russia.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dethiosulfovibrio salsuginis|D. salsuginis]]'' ( Díaz-Cárdenas ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] noun ''salsugo'' -''inis'', salt water, brine; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salsuginis'', of salt water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010835-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Synergistetes]]


Devosia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Devosia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Hyphomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Devosia'' | binomial_authority = Nakagawa ''et al''. 1996<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/072320203322337308}}</ref> | type_species = D. riboflavina | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Devosia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Devosia'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Devosia'', honoring Paul De Vos, a Belgian microbiologist, for his basic contribution to the taxonomy of pseudomonads.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/devosia.html|Devosia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Devosia albogilva|D. albogilva]]'' ( Verma ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''albogilva'', whitish yellow.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005447-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia chinhatensis|D. chinhatensis]]'' ( Kumar ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''chinhatensis'', pertaining to Chinhat, India, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65574-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia crocina|D. crocina]]'' ( Verma ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''crocina'', saffron-coloured.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005447-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia geojensis|D. geojensis]]'' ( Ryu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''geojensis'', pertaining to Geoje in Korea, the location of the soil sample from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65481-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia insulae|D. insulae]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''insulae'', of an island, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65028-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia limi|D. limi]]'' ( Vanparys ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''limi'', of sludge.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1997</ref> * ''[[Devosia neptuniae|D. neptuniae]]'' ( Rivas ''et al''. 2003, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''neptuniae'', of ''Neptunia'', named because the organism was isolated from ''Neptunia'' ''natans'' ([[Latin]]c.) Druce.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/072320203322337308}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia riboflavina|D. riboflavina]]'' ( (''ex'' Foster 1944) Nakagawa ''et al''. 1996, nom. rev., (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] noun ''riboflavinum'', riboflavin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''riboflavina'', referring to the ability of the organism to oxidize riboflavin.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/1/16</ref> * ''[[Devosia soli|D. soli]]'' ( Yoo ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64214-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia subaequoris|D. subaequoris]]'' ( Lee 2007, ; [[Latin]] prep. ''sub'', under; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''aequoris'', of the sea; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''subaequoris'', from under the sea, referring to the place where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65185-0}}</ref> * ''[[Devosia yakushimensis|D. yakushimensis]]'' ( Bautista ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''yakushimensis'', pertaining to Yakushima, from where the organism was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011254-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Devriesea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Devriesea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Dermabacteraceae]] | genus = ''Devriesea'' | binomial_authority = Martel ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65478-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. agamarum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Devriesea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Devriesea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Devriesea'', referring to the veterinary microbiologist [[Latin]] A. Devriese.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/devriesea.html|Devriesea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Devriesea agamarum|D. agamarum]]'' ( Martel ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''Agama'', an Old World reptile genus of ''Sauria''; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''agamarum'', of lizards of the genus ''Agama'', of agamid lizards.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65478-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Dialister[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Dialister'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Negativicutes]] | ordo = [[Selenomonadales]] | familia = [[Veillonellaceae]] | genus = ''Dialister'' | binomial_authority = (''ex'' Bergey ''et al''. 1923) Moore and Moore 1994, , nom. rev.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000810-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. pneumosintes | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dialister''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dialister'' derives from:<br/>unknown.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dialister.html|Dialister}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dialister invisus|D. invisus]]'' ( Downes ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''invisus'', unseen, referring to the lack of turbidity of broth cultures of this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/1937</ref> * ''[[Dialister micraerophilus|D. micraerophilus]]'' ( Jumas-Bilak ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mikros (μικρός)'', small; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''micraerophilus'', slightly air-loving, referring to the ability of the species to grow under micoaerophilic conditions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2471</ref> * ''[[Dialister pneumosintes|D. pneumosintes]]'' ( (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pneuma'', wind, breathed air; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sintes'', a spoiler, thief; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pneumosintes'', breath destroying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/187</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Dialister propionicifaciens|D. propionicifaciens]]'' ( Jumas-Bilak ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''propionicum'', propionic acid; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''faciens'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''facio''), producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''propionicifaciens'', propionic acid-producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2471</ref> * ''[[Dialister succinatiphilus|D. succinatiphilus]]'' ( Morotomi ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''succinas'' -''atis'', succinate; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''succinatiphilus'', succinate-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000810-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Diaphorobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Diaphorobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Burkholderiales]] | familia = [[Comamonadaceae]] | genus = ''Diaphorobacter'' | binomial_authority = Khan and Hiraishi 2003<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.48.299}}</ref> | type_species = D. nitroreducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Diaphorobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Diaphorobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''diaphoros'', different, and, in good sense, advantageous, profitable, important; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Diaphorobacter'', profitable rod, referring to usefulness in nitrogen removal.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/diaphorobacter.html|Diaphorobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Diaphorobacter nitroreducens|D. nitroreducens]]'' ( Khan and Hiraishi 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''nitras'' -''atis'', nitrate; [[New Latin]] pref. ''nitro''-, pertaining to nitrate; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and, in chemistry, converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''nitroreducens'', reducing nitrate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.48.299}}</ref> * ''[[Diaphorobacter oryzae|D. oryzae]]'' ( Pham ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''oryzae'', of rice, referring to the rice-paddy fields from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001669-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dichelobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dichelobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Cardiobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cardiobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Dichelobacter'' | binomial_authority = Dewhirst ''et al''. 1990<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/4/426</ref> | type_species = D. nodosus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dichelobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dichelobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''dichelos'', cloven hoofed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun Dichelobacter, clovenhoofed rod, because this organism is the rod-shaped bacterium that causes footrot in sheep, goats, and cattle.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dichelobacter.html|Dichelobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dichelobacter nodosus|D. nodosus]]'' ( (Beveridge 1941) Dewhirst ''et al''. 1990, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''nodosus'', full of knots, refers to the shape of the cells.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/4/426</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dichotomicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dichotomicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Hyphomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Dichotomicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Hirsch and Hoffman 1989<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref> | type_species = D. thermohalophilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dichotomicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dichotomicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''dichotomos'', cutting in two, divided equally; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Dichotomicrobium'', a forked microbe.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dichotomicrobium.html|Dichotomicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dichotomicrobium thermohalophilum|D. thermohalophilum]]'' ( Hirsch and Hoffman 1989, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermohalophilum'', heat and salt loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dickeya[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dickeya'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Dickeya'' | binomial_authority = Samson ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> | type_species = D. chrysanthemi | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dickeya''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dickeya'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dickeya'', after the American phytopathologist Robert S. Dickey, for his contribution to research on the ''Erwinia'' ''chrysantemi'' complex.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dickeya.html|Dickeya}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dickeya chrysanthemi|D. chrysanthemi]]'' ( (Burkholder ''et al''. 1953) Samson ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''Chrysanthemi'', of the plant genus ''Chrysanthemum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> * ''[[Dickeya dadantii|D. dadantii]]'' ( Samson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''dadantii'', of Dadant, in honour of the phytopathologist R. Dadant, for his description of the bacterium isolated from diseased ''Pelargonium'' ''capitatum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> * ''[[Dickeya dianthicola|D. dianthicola]]'' ( Samson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Dianthus'', a plant genus; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''dianthicola'', the dweller of ''Dianthus'' sp.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> * ''[[Dickeya dieffenbachiae|D. dieffenbachiae]]'' ( Samson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''dieffenbachiae'', of the plant genus ''Dieffenbachia''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> * ''[[Dickeya paradisiaca|D. paradisiaca]]'' ( (Fernandez-Borrero and Lopez-Duque 1970) Samson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''paradisiaca'', of or belonging to Paradise, Paradisiacal, referring to the isolation of the organism from ''Musa'' ''paradisiaca''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> * ''[[Dickeya zeae|D. zeae]]'' ( Samson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''zeae'', of the plant genus ''Zea''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1415</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dictyoglomus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dictyoglomus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Dictyoglomi]] | classis = [[Dictyoglomia]] | ordo = [[Dictyoglomales]] | familia = [[Dictyoglomaceae]] | genus = ''Dictyoglomus'' | binomial_authority = Saiki ''et al''. 1985<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/253</ref> | type_species = D. thermophilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dictyoglomus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Dictyoglomi]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dictyoglomus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''diktuon'', a net; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''glomus'', a ball; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Dictyoglomus'', net ball.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dictyoglomus.html|Dictyoglomus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dictyoglomus thermophilum|D. thermophilum]]'' ( Saiki ''et al''. 1985, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermophilum'', heat loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/253</ref> * ''[[Dictyoglomus turgidum|D. turgidum]]'' ( corrig. Svetlichny and Svetlichnayá 1995, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''turgidum'', swollen, inflated, because the cells form spherical aggregates.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/4/879</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Dictyoglomi]]


Dietzia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Dietzia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Corynebacterineae]] | familia = [[Dietziaceae]] | genus = ''Dietzia'' | binomial_authority = Rainey ''et al''. 1995, (Type genus of the family ''Dietziaceae'' Rainey ''et al''. 1997).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012807-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. maris | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dietzia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dietzia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dietzia'', named after Alma Dietz, an American microbiologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dietzia.html|Dietzia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dietzia aerolata|D. aerolata]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer'', air; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] participle adjective ''lata'', carried; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] participle adjective ''aerolata'', airborne.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012807-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia cercidiphylli|D. cercidiphylli]]'' ( Li ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cercidiphylli'', of the plant genus ''Cercidiphyllum'', isolated from root sample of ''Cercidiphyllum'' ''japonicum''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000919-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia cinnamea|D. cinnamea]]'' ( Yassin ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''cinnamea'', of or from cinnamon, referring to the colour of the cellular biomass.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63863-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia kunjamensis|D. kunjamensis]]'' ( Mayilraj ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''kunjamensis'', of or pertaining to Kunjam Pass of the cold desert of the Indian Himalayas.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64212-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia lutea|D. lutea]]'' ( Li ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lutea'', orange-yellow coloured.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.030445-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia maris|D. maris]]'' ( (Nesterenko ''et al''. 1982) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''maris'', of the sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/1/32</ref> * ''[[Dietzia natronolimnaea|D. natronolimnaea]]'' ( corrig. Duckworth ''et al''. 1999, ; <span lang="FR">[[New Latin]] noun ''natron'' (arbitrarily derived from the Arabic noun ''natrun'' or ''natron'') soda, sodium carbonate; [[New Latin]] adjective ''limnaeus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''limnaios'' -''a'' -''on''), of or from the marsh; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''natronolimnaea'', of or from a soda lake (marsh).</span>)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s007920050079}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia papillomatosis|D. papillomatosis]]'' ( Jones ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''papillomatosis'', of papillomatosis.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65178-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia psychralcaliphila|D. psychralcaliphila]]'' ( Yumoto ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] noun <em>alcali</em> (from Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort), <em style="font-style: normal">alcali</em>; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''psychralcaliphila'', loving cold and alkaline environments.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/1/85</ref> * ''[[Dietzia schimae|D. schimae]]'' ( Li ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''schimae'', of the plant genus ''Schima'', isolated from a stem sample of ''Schima'' sp.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000919-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dietzia timorensis|D. timorensis]]'' ( Yamamura ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''timorensis'', of or pertaining to West Timor, Indonesia, from where the organism was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012229-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Dinoroseobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dinoroseobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodobacterales]] | familia = [[Rhodobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Dinoroseobacter'' | binomial_authority = Biebl ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1089</ref> | type_species = D. shibae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dinoroseobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dinoroseobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''dinos'', whirling, rotation, and the first compound of the Protozoan name Dinophyceae (dinoflagellates), the source from which the isolates were obtained; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Roseobacter'', a bacterial genus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dinoroseobacter'', a ''Roseobacter''-like organism originating from dinoflagellates.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dinoroseobacter.html|Dinoroseobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dinoroseobacter shibae|D. shibae]]'' ( Biebl ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''shibae'', of Shiba, named after Professor Tsuneo Shiba, who discovered the marine aerobic anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria and provided fundamental contributions to the description of this physiological group of bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1089</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Diplocalyx[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Diplocalyx'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Spirochaetes]] | classis = [[Spirochaetes]] | ordo = [[Spirochaetales]] | familia = [[Spirochaetaceae]] | genus = ''Diplocalyx'' | binomial_authority = (''ex'' Gharagozlou 1968) Bermudes ''et al''. 1988, , nom. rev.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/291</ref> | type_species = D. calotermitidis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Diplocalyx''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Spirochaetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Diplocalyx'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''diplos'' (or ''diploos''), twofold, double; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''calyx'', cup, calyx, covering; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Diplocalyx'', twofold cover.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/diplocalyx.html|Diplocalyx}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Diplocalyx calotermitidis|D. calotermitidis]]'' ( (''ex'' Gharagozlou 1968) Bermudes ''et al''. 1988, , nom. rev. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''calotermitidis'', of ''Calotermes'', named after the termite host ''Calotermes'' ''flavicollis''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/291</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Spirochaetes]]


Dokdonella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Dokdonella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Xanthomonadales]] | familia = [[Xanthomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Dokdonella'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63802-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. koreensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dokdonella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dokdonella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Dokdonella'', named after Dokdo, an island located on the East Sea in Korea, from where the organisms were isolated.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dokdonella.html|Dokdonella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dokdonella fugitiva|D. fugitiva]]'' ( Cunha ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''fugitiva'', fleeing away, fugitive, because the organism fled to Portugal, where it was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64507-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dokdonella ginsengisoli|D. ginsengisoli]]'' ( Ten ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengisoli'', of soil of a ginseng field, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004945-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dokdonella koreensis|D. koreensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''koreensis'', pertaining to Korea, where Dokdo is located.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63802-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dokdonella soli|D. soli]]'' ( Yoo ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005348-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dokdonia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dokdonia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Dokdonia'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2323</ref> | type_species = D. donghaensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dokdonia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dokdonia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dokdonia'', named after Dokdo, an island located on the East Sea in Korea, fom where the organisms were isolated.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dokdonia.html|Dokdonia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dokdonia donghaensis|D. donghaensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''donghaensis'', pertaining to Donghae, the Korean name of the East Sea, where Dokdo is located and from where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2323</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Dolosicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dolosicoccus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Aerococcaceae]] | genus = ''Dolosicoccus'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1439</ref> | type_species = D. paucivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dolosicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dolosicoccus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''dolosus'', crafty, deceptive; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''dolosicoccus'', a deceptive coccus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dolosicoccus.html|Dolosicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dolosicoccus paucivorans|D. paucivorans]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''paucus'', few, little; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', eating, devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''paucivorans'', eating little, relating to the observation that the organism utilizes few carbohydrates)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1439</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Dolosigranulum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dolosigranulum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Carnobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Dolosigranulum'' | binomial_authority = Aguirre ''et al''. 1994<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.1993.tb01602.x}}</ref> | type_species = D. pigrum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dolosigranulum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dolosigranulum'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''dolosus'', crafty, deceitful; L [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''granulum'', a small grain; [[New Latin]] neu. noun ''Dolosigranulum'', a deceptive small grain.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dolosigranulum.html|Dolosigranulum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dolosigranulum pigrum|D. pigrum]]'' ( Aguirre ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''pigrum'', lazy.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.1993.tb01602.x}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Donghaeana[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Donghaeana'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Donghaeana'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63847-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. dokdonensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Donghaeana''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Donghaeana'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''Donghae'', the Korean name of the East Sea in Korea; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ana'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ([[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective used as a substantive) ''Dhongaeana'', named after the East Sea of Korea, where Dokdo is located.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/donghaeana.html|Donghaeana}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Donghaeana dokdonensis|D. dokdonensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''dokdonensis'', pertaining to Dokdo, a Korean island, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63847-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Donghicola[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Donghicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodobacterales]] | familia = [[Rhodobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Donghicola'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64577-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Donghicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Donghicola'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] noun ''Donghae'', the Korean name of the East Sea in Korea; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), a dweller, inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Donghicola'', a dweller of the East Sea in Korea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/donghicola.html|Donghicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Donghicola eburneus|D. eburneus]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''eburneus'', white as ivory.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64577-0}}</ref> * ''[[Donghicola xiamenensis|D. xiamenensis]]'' ( Tan ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''xiamenensis'', pertaining to Xiamen.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.000901-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dongia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dongia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Rhodospirillaceae]] | genus = ''Dongia'' | binomial_authority = Liu ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020347-0}}</ref> | type_species = D. mobilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dongia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dongia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dongia'', named after Professor Xiu-Zhu Dong, a bacteriologist and bacterial taxonomist in China.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dongia.html|Dongia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Dongia mobilis|D. mobilis]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mobilis'', motile, pertaining to the motility of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020347-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dorea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dorea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Lachnospiraceae]] | genus = ''Dorea'' | binomial_authority = Taras ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/2/423</ref> | type_species = D. formicigenerans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dorea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dorea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dorea'', named  in honour of the French microbiologist Joel Doré, in recognition of his many contributions to gut microbiology.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dorea.html|Dorea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dorea formicigenerans|D. formicigenerans]]'' ( (Holdeman and Moore 1974) Taras ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''formicum'', formic acid; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''generans'', producing; [[New Latin]] adjective ''formicigenerans'', formic acid-producing; referring to its production of large amounts of formic acid from carbohydrate fermentation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Duganella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Duganella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Burkholderiales]] | familia = [[Oxalobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Duganella'' | binomial_authority = Hiraishi ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1249</ref> | type_species = D. zoogloeoides | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Duganella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Duganella'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Duganella'', named after P.R. Dugan, the American microbiologist who isolated the organism.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/duganella.html|Duganella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Duganella violaceinigra|D. violaceinigra]]'' ( Li ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''violaceus'', violet; [[Latin]] adjective ''niger'' -''gra'' -''grum'', black; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''violaceinigra'', violet-black, after the colour of the colonies.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1811</ref> * ''[[Duganella zoogloeoides|D. zoogloeoides]]'' ( Hiraishi ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Zoogloea'', bacterial genus name; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. -''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''zoogloeoides'', similar to ''Zoogloea''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1249</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dyadobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Dyadobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Dyadobacter'' | binomial_authority = Chelius and Triplett 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/751</ref> | type_species = D. fermentans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dyadobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dyadobacter'' derives from:<br/>G. [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''dyas'' -''ados'', the number two, pair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Dyadobacter'', rod or staff occurring in pairs.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dyadobacter.html|Dyadobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dyadobacter alkalitolerans|D. alkalitolerans]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alkalitolerans'', alkali-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001404-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter beijingensis|D. beijingensis]]'' ( Dong ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''beijingensis'', pertaining to Beijing, the geographical origin of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64754-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter crusticola|D. crusticola]]'' ( Reddy and Garcia-Pichel 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''crusta'', crust; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''crusticola'', a dweller of crust.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1295</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter fermentans|D. fermentans]]'' ( Chelius and Triplett 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''fermentans'', causing fermentation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/751</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter ginsengisoli|D. ginsengisoli]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengisoli'', of the soil of a ginseng field, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64322-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter hamtensis|D. hamtensis]]'' ( Chaturvedi ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hamtensis'', pertaining to the Hamta glacier.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/2113</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter koreensis|D. koreensis]]'' ( Baik ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''koreensis'', pertaining to Korea, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64902-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter psychrophilus|D. psychrophilus]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''psychrophilus'', cold-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017236-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyadobacter soli|D. soli]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019653-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Dyella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dyella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Xanthomonadales]] | familia = [[Xanthomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Dyella'' | binomial_authority = Xie and Yokota 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/753</ref> | type_species = D. japonica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dyella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dyella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Dyella'', in honour of Dr Douglas W. Dye, of New Zealand, who contributed to the taxonomic study of the genus ''Xanthomonas''.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dyella.html|Dyella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 8 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dyella ginsengisoli|D. ginsengisoli]]'' ( Jung ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengisoli'', of soil from a ginseng field, the source of the organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64514-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyella japonica|D. japonica]]'' ( Xie and Yokota 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''japonica'', pertaining to Japan, from where the type strain and other strains originated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/753</ref> * ''[[Dyella koreensis|D. koreensis]]'' ( An ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''koreensis'', pertaining to Korea, the location of the soil sample from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1625</ref> * ''[[Dyella marensis|D. marensis]]'' ( Lee and Lee 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''marensis'', pertaining to Mara Island, Jeju, Republic of Korea, on which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.000968-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyella soli|D. soli]]'' ( Weon ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004838-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyella terrae|D. terrae]]'' ( Weon ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''terrae'', of the soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004838-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyella thiooxydans|D. thiooxydans]]'' ( Anandham ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxydo'', to make acid, oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thiooxydans'', oxidizing sulfur.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.022012-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dyella yeojuensis|D. yeojuensis]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''yeojuensis'', pertaining to [[Yeoju]], a city in Korea, from where the type strain originated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64175-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Dysgonomonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Dysgonomonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Bacteroidia]] | ordo = [[Bacteroidales]] | familia = [[Porphyromonadaceae]] | genus = ''Dysgonomonas'' | binomial_authority = Hofstad ''et al''. 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2189</ref> | type_species = D. gadei | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Dysgonomonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Dysgonomonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''dys (δύω)''-, with notion of hard, bad, unlucky; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gonos (γόνος)'', reproduction; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', a monad, unit; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Dysgonomonas'', intended to mean a weakly growing monad.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|d/dysgonomonas.html|Dysgonomonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Dysgonomonas can be referred to as dysgonomonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Dysgonomonas capnocytophagoides|D. capnocytophagoides]]'' ( Hofstad ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Capnocytophaga'', a genus of CO<sub>2</sub>-requiring bacteria; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. -''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''capnocytophagoides'', like ''Capnocytophaga'', referring to some properties shared between these organisms.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2189</ref> * ''[[Dysgonomonas gadei|D. gadei]]'' ( Hofstad ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''gadei'', of the Gade Institute, Bergen, Norway, where the organism was first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2189</ref> * ''[[Dysgonomonas hofstadii|D. hofstadii]]'' ( Lawson ''et al''., 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hofstadii'', of Hofstad, named after Tor Hofstad, a Norwegian microbiologist, in recognition of his contributions to anaerobic microbiology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.026252-0}}</ref> * ''[[Dysgonomonas mossii|D. mossii]]'' ( Lawson ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''mossii'', of Moss, to honor Claude Wayne Moss, an American microbiologist who has contributed much to microbial taxonomy.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/0723-2020-00107}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Echinicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Echinicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cyclobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Echinicola'' | binomial_authority = Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64156-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. pacifica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Echinicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Echinicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''echinus'', sea urchin; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (derived from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola''), a dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Echinicola'', a sea-urchin dweller.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/echinicola.html|Echinicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Echinicola pacifica|E. pacifica]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''pacifica'', pacific, and by extension referring to the Pacific Ocean, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64156-0}}</ref> * ''[[Echinicola vietnamensis|E. vietnamensis]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''vietnamensis'', of or belonging to Vietnam, the country of origin of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64546-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Ectothiorhodosinus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ectothiorhodosinus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Ectothiorhodospiraceae]] | genus = ''Ectothiorhodosinus'' | binomial_authority = Gorlenko ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. mongolicus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ectothiorhodosinus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ectothiorhodosinus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''ectos'', outside; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''rhodon (ῥόδον)'', [[rose]]; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''sinus'', a bending, curve, fold; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Ectothiorhodosinus'', red curved rod with extracellular sulfur.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ectothiorhodosinus.html|Ectothiorhodosinus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ectothiorhodosinus mongolicus|E. mongolicus]]'' ( corrig. Gorlenko ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mongolicus'', belonging to Mongolia.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ectothiorhodospira[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ectothiorhodospira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Ectothiorhodospiraceae]] | genus = ''Ectothiorhodospira'' | binomial_authority = Pelsh 1936, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Ectothiorhodospiraceae'' Imhoff 1984).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. mobilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ectothiorhodospira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ectothiorhodospira'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''ektos'', outside; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''rhodon (ῥόδον)'', [[rose]]; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]]  noun ''spira'', the spiral; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Ectothiorhodospira'', spiral rose with sulfur outside.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ectothiorhodospira.html|Ectothiorhodospira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira abdelmalekii|E. abdelmalekii]]'' ( Imhoff and Trüper 1982, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''abdelmalekii'', of Abd-El-Malek, named for Yousef Abd-El-Malek, an Egyptian microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/266</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira haloalkaliphila|E. haloalkaliphila]]'' ( Imhoff and Süling 1997, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', soda ash (from Arabic ''al''-''qalyi'', the ashes of saltwort); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''haloalkaliphila'', loving salt and alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira halochloris|E. halochloris]]'' ( Imhoff and Trüper 1979, ''species''.;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''chlōros'', green;  [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halochloris'', green-colored and from salt lakes.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00410772}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira halophila|E. halophila]]'' ( Raymond and Sistrom 1969, ''species''.;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halophila'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00409756}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira marina|E. marina]]'' ( Imhoff and Süling 1997, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''marina'', of or belonging to the sea, marine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira marismortui|E. marismortui]]'' ( Oren ''et al''. 1990, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''maris'' -''is'', the sea; [[Latin]] adjective ''mortuus'', dead; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''marismortui'', of the Dead Sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00454869}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira mobilis|E. mobilis]]'' ( Pelsh 1936, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mobilis'', movable, mobile.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira salini|E. salini]]'' ( Ramana ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salini'', of a salt-cellar.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.032003-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira shaposhnikovii|E. shaposhnikovii]]'' ( Cherni ''et al''. 1969, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''shaposhnikovii'', of Shaposhnikov, named for D. I. Shaposhnikov, a Russian microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira vacuolata|E. vacuolata]]'' ( Imhoff ''et al''. 1982, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''vacuolata'', containing vacuoles.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00459526}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ectothiorhodospira variabilis|E. variabilis]]'' ( Gorlenko ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''variabilis'', varied, changeable.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004648-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Edaphobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Edaphobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Acidobacteria]] | classis = [[Acidobacteria]] | ordo = [[Acidobacteriales]] | familia = [[Acidobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Edaphobacter'' | binomial_authority = Koch ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65303-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. modestus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Edaphobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Acidobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Edaphobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''edaphos'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Edaphobacter'', rod-shaped soil bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/edaphobacter.html|Edaphobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Edaphobacter aggregans|E. aggregans]]'' ( Koch ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] v. ''aggregare'', to flock or band together; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''aggregans'', assembling, aggregating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65303-0}}</ref> * ''[[Edaphobacter modestus|E. modestus]]'' ( Koch ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''modestus'', moderate, referring to the adaptation of the type strain to low substrate concentrations.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65303-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Acidobacteria]]


Edwardsiella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Edwardsiella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Edwardsiella'' | binomial_authority = Ewing and McWhorter 1965, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. tarda | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Edwardsiella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Edwardsiella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Edwardsiella'', named after the American bacteriologist P.R. Edwards (1901-1966).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/edwardsiella.html|Edwardsiella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Edwardsiella anguillimortifera|E. anguillimortifera]]'' ( (Hoshina 1962) Sakazaki and Tamura 1975, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''anguilla'', eel; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mortifera'', death-bringing, death-dealing, deadly, fatal; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''anguillimortifera'', fatal for eels.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Edwardsiella hoshinae|E. hoshinae]]'' ( Grimont ''et al''. 1981, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hoshinae'', of Hoshina; named after Toshikazu Hoshina, the Japanese bacteriologist who was one of the first to describe an organism that was probably an ''Edwardsiella''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02605375}}</ref> * ''[[Edwardsiella ictaluri|E. ictaluri]]'' ( Hawke ''et al''. 1981, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Ictalurus'', the genus name for catfish; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ictaluri'', of ''Icatlurus'', of catfish.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/4/396</ref> * ''[[Edwardsiella tarda|E. tarda]]'' ( Ewing and McWhorter 1965, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tarda'', slow (intended meaning was “inactive,” referring to the fermentation on only a few carbohydrates compared to many other ''Enterobacteriaceae'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Effluviibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Effluviibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Effluviibacter'' | binomial_authority = Suresh ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64144-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. roseus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Effluviibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Effluviibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''effluvium'', outflow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Effluviibacter'', rod from an outflow, referring to the source of isolation of the first strain.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/effluviibacter.html|Effluviibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Effluviibacter roseus|E. roseus]]'' ( Suresh ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''roseus'', rose-coloured, pink.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64144-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Eggerthella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Eggerthella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Coriobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Coriobacteriales]] | subordo = "[[Coriobacterineae]]" | familia = [[Coriobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Eggerthella'' | binomial_authority = Wade ''et al''. 1999<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65404-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. lenta | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eggerthella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eggerthella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Eggerthella'', named to honour Arnold Eggerth, who first described the organism later named ''Eubacterium lentum'' (Eggerth 1935).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eggerthella.html|Eggerthella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Eggerthella hongkongensis|E. hongkongensis]]'' ( Lau ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hongkongensis'', pertaining to Hong Kong, the city where the bacterium was discovered.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eggerthella lenta|E. lenta]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Wade ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lenta'', slow.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65404-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eggerthella lenta|E. lenta]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Kageyama ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lenta'', slow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1725</ref> * ''[[Eggerthella sinensis|E. sinensis]]'' ( Lau ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Medieval Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sinae'', of China; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sinensis'', pertaining to China, the country where the bacterium was discovered.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Ehrlichia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Ehrlichia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rickettsiales]] | familia = [[Anaplasmataceae]] | genus = ''Ehrlichia'' | binomial_authority = Moshkovski 1945, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Ehrlichiaceae'' Moshkovski 1945 [Approved Lists 1980]; type genus of the tribe ''Ehrlichieae'' Philip 1957 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. canis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ehrlichia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ehrlichia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Ehrlichia'', named after Paul Ehrlich, a German bacteriologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ehrlichia.html|Ehrlichia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ehrlichia canis|E. canis]]'' ( (Donatien and Lestoquard 1935) Moshkovski 1945, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canis'', of the dog.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia chaffeensis|E. chaffeensis]]'' ( Anderson ''et al''. 1992, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''chaffeensis'', pertaining to Fort Chaffee in western Arkansas, where the patient from whom the first isolate was prepared was identified.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/2/327</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia equi|E. equi]]'' ( Lewis ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''equi'', of the horse.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia ewingii|E. ewingii]]'' ( Anderson ''et al''. 1992, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''ewingii'', of Ewing, named in honor of Sidney A. Ewing for his pioneering work with this agent.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/2/299</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia muris|E. muris]]'' ( Wen ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''muris'', of the mouse; the species was first isolated from a mouse.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/2/250</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia phagocytophila|E. phagocytophila]]'' ( (Foggie 1949) Philip 1962, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''phagocytum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''phagein'', to eat up, devour; and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kutos'', hollow, a vessel and, in biology, a cell), a phagocyte; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philoē'', friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phagocytophila'', phagocytes loving; intended to mean attractive to phagocytes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia risticii|E. risticii]]'' ( Holland ''et al''. 1985, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''risticii'', of Ristic, named after from Miodrag Ristic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/524</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Ehrlichia ruminantium|E. ruminantium]]'' ( (Cowdry 1925) Dumler ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''ruminans'' -''antis'', ruminating; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''ruminantium'', of ruminants.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/6/2145</ref> * ''[[Ehrlichia sennetsu|E. sennetsu]]'' ( (Misao and Kobayashi 1956) Ristic and Huxsoll 1984, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''sennetsu'', from Japanese, meaning glandular fever.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Eikenella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Eikenella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Neisseriales]] | familia = [[Neisseriaceae]] | genus = ''Eikenella'' | binomial_authority = Jackson and Goodman 1972, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. corrodens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eikenella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eikenella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Eikenella'', named after M. Eiken, who first named the type species of the genus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eikenella.html|Eikenella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Eikenella corrodens|E. corrodens]]'' ( (Eiken 1958) Jackson and Goodman 1972, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''corrodens'', gnawing (colonies may appear to corrode the surface of the agar).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ekhidna[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ekhidna'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Ekhidna'' | binomial_authority = Alain ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018804-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. lutea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ekhidna''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ekhidna'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Ekhidna'', a sea nymph-dragon of Greek mythology producing slime, referring to the creaminess and smoothness of the colonies.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ekhidna.html|Ekhidna}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ekhidna lutea|E. lutea]]'' ( Alain ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lutea'', gold yellow, the colour of the colonies on marine agar.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018804-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Elioraea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Elioraea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | genus = ''Elioraea'' | binomial_authority = Albuquerque ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65294-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. tepidiphila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Elioraea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Elioraea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Elioraea'', named in honour of Israeli microbiologist Eliora Z. Ron.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/elioraea.html|Elioraea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species, namely<ref name=main/> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Elizabethkingia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Elizabethkingia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Elizabethkingia'' | binomial_authority = Kim ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1287</ref> | type_species = E. meningoseptica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Elizabethkingia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Elizabethkingia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Elizabethkingia'', in honour of Elizabeth O. King, who first described bacteria associated with infant meningitis, notably [''Flavobacterium''] ''meningosepticum'' in 1959.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/elizabethkingia.html|Elizabethkingia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Elizabethkingia meningoseptica|E. meningoseptica]]'' ( (King 1959) Kim ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''meninx'' ''meningos'', meninges, membrane covering the brain; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''septikos'', putrefactive; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''meningoseptica'', apparently referring to association of the bacterium with both ''meningitis'' and ''septicaemia'', but not septic meningitis as the name implies.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1287</ref> * ''[[Elizabethkingia miricola|E. miricola]]'' ( (Li ''et al''. 2004) Kim ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''mirum'', derived from mir = peace (name of Russian space station); [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola'', inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''miricola'', inhabitant of the Mir space station.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1287</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Elusimicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Elusimicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Elusimicrobia]] | classis = [[Elusimicrobia]] | ordo = [[Elusimicrobiales]] | familia = [[Elusimicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Elusimicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Geissinger ''et al''. 2010, (Type genus of the order ''Elusimicrobiales'' Geissinger ''et al''. 2010; type genus of the family ''Elusimicrobiaceae'' Geissinger ''et al''. 2010).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.022855-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. minutum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Elusimicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Elusimicrobia]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Elusimicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] participle adjective ''elusus'' (from [[Latin]] verb. ''eludo''), to delude, deceive, mock (with the accessory notion of mockery); here intended to mean escaped from capture; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', a microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Elusimicrobium'', an elusive microbe, hard to find, capture or isolate.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/elusimicrobium.html|Elusimicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Elusimicrobium minutum|E. minutum]]'' ( Geissinger ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''minutum'', very small, minute.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.022855-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Elusimicrobia]]


Elytrosporangium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for etymology emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Elytrosporangium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Streptomycineae]] | familia = [[Streptomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Elytrosporangium'' | binomial_authority = Falcão de Morais ''et al''. 1966, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. brasiliense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Elytrosporangium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Elytrosporangium'' derives from: <ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/elytrosporangium.html|Elytrosporangium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Elytrosporangium brasiliense|E. brasiliense]]'' ( corrig. Falcão de Morais ''et al''. 1966, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''brasiliense'', of or pertaining to Brazil.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Elytrosporangium carpinense|E. carpinense]]'' ( Falcão de Morais ''et al''. 1971, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''karpos'', fruit, seed with seed-vessel; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''carpinense'', pertaining to spores within a sporangium.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Elytrosporangium spirale|E. spirale]]'' ( Falcão de Morais 1970, ''species''.;)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for etymology emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Empedobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Empedobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Empedobacter'' | binomial_authority = (''ex'' Prévot 1961) Vandamme ''et al''. 1994, , nom. rev.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/827</ref> | type_species = E. brevis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Empedobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Empedobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''empedos'', fixed, immovable; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Empedobacter'', nonmotile rod<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/empedobacter.html|Empedobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Empedobacter brevis|E. brevis]]'' ( (Holmes and Owen 1982) Vandamme ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''brevis'', short.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/827</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Emticicia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Emticicia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Emticicia'' | binomial_authority = Saha and Chakrabarti 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64086-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. oligotrophica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Emticicia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Emticicia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Emticicia'', arbitrarily formed from the acronym MTCC for Microbial Type Culture Collection and Gene Bank, where this investigation was carried out.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/emticicia.html|Emticicia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Emticicia ginsengisoli|E. ginsengisoli]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengisoli'', of soil from a ginseng field, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65386-0}}</ref> * ''[[Emticicia oligotrophica|E. oligotrophica]]'' ( Saha and Chakrabarti 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oligos'', few; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''trophikos'', nursing, tending or feeding; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''oligotrophica'', eating little, referring to a bacterium living on low-nutrient media.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64086-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Endozoicomonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Endozoicomonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Hahellaceae]] | genus = ''Endozoicomonas'' | binomial_authority = Kurahashi and Yokota 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. elysicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Endozoicomonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Endozoicomonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''endo'', inside; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''zoicos'', animal; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Endozoicomonas'', monad living inside an animal.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/endozoicomonas.html|Endozoicomonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Endozoicomonas can be referred to as endozoicomonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Endozoicomonas elysicola|E. elysicola]]'' ( Kurahashi and Yokota 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''elysia'', ''Elysia'', name of a zoological genus; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'', dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''elysicola'', ''Elysia'' dweller.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> * ''[[Endozoicomonas montiporae|E. montiporae]]'' ( Yang ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''montiporae'', of ''Montipora'', referring to the isolation of the type strain from a coral belonging to the genus ''Montipora''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014357-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Enhydrobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Enhydrobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Pseudomonadales]] | familia = [[Moraxellaceae]] | genus = ''Enhydrobacter'' | binomial_authority = Staley ''et al''. 1987<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/3/289</ref> | type_species = E. aerosaccus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enhydrobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enhydrobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''enudros'' (Latin transliteration ''enhydros'') living in or by water, aquatic [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Enhydrobacter'', aquatic rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enhydrobacter.html|Enhydrobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Enhydrobacter aerosaccus|E. aerosaccus]]'' ( Staley ''et al''. 1987, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakkos'', sack, bag; [[New Latin]] noun ''aerosaccus'', bag filled with air, gas vacuolate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/3/289</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Enhygromyxa[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Enhygromyxa'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Myxococcales]] | subordo = [[Nannocystineae]] | familia = [[Nannocystaceae]] | genus = ''Enhygromyxa'' | binomial_authority = Iizuka ''et al''. 2003<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/072320203322346038}}</ref> | type_species = E. salina | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enhygromyxa''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enhygromyxa'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''enugros'', in the water, aquatic; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''muxa'', mucus, slime; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Enhygromyxa'', slime of wet or moist habitat; intended to mean aquatic myxobacteria.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enhygromyxa.html|Enhygromyxa}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Enhygromyxa salina|E. salina]]'' ( Iizuka ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''salina'', salted.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/072320203322346038}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ensifer[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Ensifer'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Rhizobiaceae]] | genus = ''Ensifer'' | binomial_authority = Casida 1982<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005991-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. adhaerens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ensifer''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ensifer'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''ensifer'', sword-bearing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] ''Ensifer'', sword bearer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ensifer.html|Ensifer}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 13 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ensifer adhaerens|E. adhaerens]]'' ( Casida 1982, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''adhaerens'', adhering to.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005991-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer arboris|E. arboris]]'' ( (Nick ''et al''. 1999) Young 2003, ; [[Latin]] noun ''arbor'', tree; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''arboris'', of a tree.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer fredii|E. fredii]]'' ( (Scholla and Elkan 1984) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''fredii'', of Fred, named after of E.B. Fred.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65392-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer garamanticus|E. garamanticus]]'' ( Merabet ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''garamanticus'', Garamantian, pertaining to Garamante, the country of Garamantes, from which the strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012088-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer kostiensis|E. kostiensis]]'' ( (Nick ''et al''. 1999) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''kostiensis'', pertaining to Kosti, the region in Sudan where most of these organisms have been isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer kummerowiae|E. kummerowiae]]'' ( (Wei ''et al''. 2002) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kummerowiae'', of ''Kummerowia'', a genus of leguminous plants, referring to the host from which the bacterium was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer medicae|E. medicae]]'' ( (Rome ''et al''. 1996) Young 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''medicae'', of/from lucern (plant belonging to the genus ''Medicago'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer meliloti|E. meliloti]]'' ( (Dangeard 1926) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Melilotus'', generic name of sweet clover; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''meliloti'', of ''Melilotus''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer mexicanus|E. mexicanus]]'' ( Lloret ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mexicanus'', of or belonging to Mexico, where the strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.032003-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer numidicus|E. numidicus]]'' ( Merabet ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''numidicus'', Numidian, pertaining to the country of Numidia, the Roman denomination of the region in North Africa from which the majority of the organisms were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012088-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ensifer saheli|E. saheli]]'' ( (De Lajudie ''et al''. 1994) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''saheli'', of the Sahel, the region in Africa from which they were isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer terangae|E. terangae]]'' ( (De Lajudie ''et al''. 1994) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''terenga'' (from West African Wolof noun ''terenga'', hospitality), hospitality; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''terangae'', of hospitality; intended to mean that this species is isolated from different host plants.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/2107</ref> * ''[[Ensifer xinjiangensis|E. xinjiangensis]]'' ( (Chen ''et al''. 1988) Young 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''xinjiangensis'', pertaining to the suburbs of Xinjiang, China.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65392-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Enterobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Enterobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Enterobacter'' | binomial_authority = Hormaeche and Edwards 1960, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. cloacae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enterobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enterobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''enteron'', intestine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Enterobacter'', intestinal small rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enterobacter.html|Enterobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 23 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Enterobacter aerogenes|E. aerogenes]]'' ( Hormaeche and Edwards 1960, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] adjective ''aerogenes'', gas producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter agglomerans|E. agglomerans]]'' ( Ewing and Fife 1972, ''species''.; [[Latin]] v. ''agglomerare'', to wind on (as on a ball);  [[Latin]] participle adjective ''agglomerans'', forming into a ball (referring to the occurrence of symplasmata bacteria in aggregates surrounded by a translucent sheath in anaerogenic strains).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter amnigenus|E. amnigenus]]'' ( Izard ''et al''. 1981, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''amnigenus'', born in a river; intended to mean coming from water.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/1/35</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter arachidis|E. arachidis]]'' ( Madhaiyan ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''arachidis'', of ''Arachis'', isolated from groundnut (''Arachis'' ''hypogaea'' [[Latin]]).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013664-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter asburiae|E. asburiae]]'' ( Brenner ''et al''. 1988, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''asburiae'', of Asbury, named in honor of Mary Alyce Fife-Asbury, an American bacteriologist who made many important contributions to the classification of ''Enterobacteriaceae''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.12.010}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter cancerogenus|E. cancerogenus]]'' ( (Urosevic 1966) Dickey and Zumoff 1988, ; [[Latin]] ''cancer'' -''cri'', crab, the disease cancer; [[Latin]] suff. ''genus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''gigno'', to produce, give birth to, beget), producing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''cancerogenus'', cancer-inducing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/371</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter cloacae|E. cloacae]]'' ( (Jordan 1890) Hormaeche and Edwards 1960, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cloacae'', of a sewer.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter cloacae|E. cloacae]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''cloacae''''' (Jordan 1890) Hormaeche and Edwards 1960, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cloacae'', of a sewer.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.12.010}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter cloacae|E. cloacae]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''dissolvens''''' (Rosen 1922) Hoffmann ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''dissolvens'', dissolving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.12.010}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter cowanii|E. cowanii]]'' ( Inoue ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''cowanii'', of Cowan, named after S.T. Cowan, British bacteriologist.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002840010160}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter dissolvens|E. dissolvens]]'' ( (Rosen 1922) Brenner ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''dissolvens'', dissolving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter gergoviae|E. gergoviae]]'' ( Brenner ''et al''. 1980, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''gergoviae'', of Gergovie (''Gergovia'') Highland, France.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/1</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter helveticus|E. helveticus]]'' ( Stephan ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''helveticus'', from ''Helvetia'' (Switzerland), from where the species was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64650-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter hormaechei|E. hormaechei]]'' ( O'Hara ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hormaechei'', of Hormaeche, named after Estenio Hormaeche, Uruguayan microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/40/1/105</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter intermedius|E. intermedius]]'' ( corrig. Izard ''et al''. 1980, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''intermedius'', that is between, intermediate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/3/601</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter kobei|E. kobei]]'' ( Kosako ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kobei'', of Kobe, Japan.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002849900110}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter ludwigii|E. ludwigii]]'' ( Hoffmann ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''ludwigii'', of Ludwig, named in honour of Wolfgang Ludwig, a microbiologist who contributed to the general understanding of bacterial systematics, especially by developing the ARB data bases and opening them to the public.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.12.009}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter nimipressuralis|E. nimipressuralis]]'' ( (Carter 1945) Brenner ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] adv. ''nimis'', overmuch; [[Latin]] noun ''pressura'', pressure; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''nimipressuralis'', pertaining to excessive pressure, with excessive pressure.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter oryzae|E. oryzae]]'' ( Peng ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''oryzae'', of rice, from which the first strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005967-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter pulveris|E. pulveris]]'' ( Stephan ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] noun ''pulvis'' -''eris'', dust, powder; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pulveris'', of powder.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65427-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter pyrinus|E. pyrinus]]'' ( Chung ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] noun ''pyrum'', a pear; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''inus'', suffix denoting belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pyrinus'', belonging to pears, from pears.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/1/157</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter radicincitans|E. radicincitans]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''radix'' -''icis'', a root; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''incitans'', promoting the growth; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''radicincitans'', promoting root growth of plants.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.12.007}}</ref> * ''[[Enterobacter sakazakii|E. sakazakii]]'' ( Farmer ''et al''. 1980, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''sakazakii'', of Sakazaki, in honour of the Japanese microbiologist Riichi Sakazaki.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/3/569</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter taylorae|E. taylorae]]'' ( Farmer ''et al''. 1985, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''taylorae'', of Taylor, named after Welton Taylor, an American clinical microbiologist who has also made many contributions to our knowledge of the family ''Enterobacteriaceae'', particularly the development of XLD agar and the isolation of ''Shigella'' and other bacterial pathogens from feces.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/586</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterobacter turicensis|E. turicensis]]'' ( Stephan ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''turicensis'', from ''Turicum'' (Zurich), from where the species was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64650-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Enterococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Enterococcus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Enterococcaceae]] | genus = ''Enterococcus'' | binomial_authority = (''ex'' Thiercelin and Jouhaud 1903) Schleifer and Kilpper-Bälz 1984, , nom. rev. (Type genus of the family ''Enterococcaceae'' Ludwig ''et al''. 2010).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/1/31</ref> | type_species = E. faecalis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enterococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enterococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''enteron'', intestine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Enterococcus'', intestinal coccus<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enterococcus.html|Enterococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 40 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Enterococcus aquimarinus|E. aquimarinus]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''aqua'', water; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aquimarinus'', pertaining to sea water.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/2183</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus asini|E. asini]]'' ( de Vaux ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''asini'', of a donkey (''Equus'' ''asinus'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/2/383</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus avium|E. avium]]'' ( (''ex'' Nowlan and Deibel 1967) Collins ''et al''. 1984, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] noun ''avis'', bird; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''avium'', of birds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/2/220</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus caccae|E. caccae]]'' ( Carvalho ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kakke'', human ordure, faeces; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''caccae'', of faeces.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64103-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus camelliae|E. camelliae]]'' ( Sukontasing ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''camelliae'', of ''Camellia'', referring to the isolation of the type strain from fermented tea leaves (''Camellia'' ''sinensis'').)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65109-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus canintestini|E. canintestini]]'' ( Naser ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canis'', of a dog; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''intestini'', of gut; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canintestini'', of the gut of a dog.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.2005.02588.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus canis|E. canis]]'' ( De Graef ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canis'', of a dog.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1069</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus casseliflavus|E. casseliflavus]]'' ( (''ex'' Vaughan ''et al''. 1979) Collins ''et al''. 1984, nom. rev., ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''casseli'', of Cassel (Cassel yellow); [[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''casseliflavus'', yellow-colored.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64339-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus cecorum|E. cecorum]]'' ( (Devriese ''et al''. 1983) Williams ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] noun ''cecum'', sacculated diverticulum of the large intestine (cecum); [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''cecorum'', of ceca.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus columbae|E. columbae]]'' ( Devriese ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] noun ''columba'', pigeon; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''columbae'', of a pigeon.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1990.tb03831.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus devriesei|E. devriesei]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''devriesei'', of Devriese, in honour of the Belgian microbiologist Luc A. Devriese for his outstanding contributions to the taxonomy of enterococci.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2479</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus dispar|E. dispar]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''dispar'', dissimilar, different.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/3/456</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus durans|E. durans]]'' ( (''ex'' Sherman and Wing 1937) Collins ''et al''. 1984, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''durans'', hardening, resisting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/2/220</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus faecalis|E. faecalis]]'' ( (Andrewes and Horder 1906) Schleifer and Kilpper-Bälz 1984, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''faex'' ''faecis'', dregs; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''faecalis'',pertaining or relating to feces.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/1/31</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus faecium|E. faecium]]'' ( (Orla-Jensen 1919) Schleifer and Kilpper-Bälz 1984, ; [[Latin]] noun ''faex'', dregs; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''faecium'', of the dregs, of feces.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/1/31</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus flavescens|E. flavescens]]'' ( Pompei ''et al''. 1992, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''flavescens'', becoming yellow.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63891-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterococcus gallinarum|E. gallinarum]]'' ( (Bridge and Sneath 1982) Collins ''et al''. 1984, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''gallinarum'', of hens.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/2/220</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus gilvus|E. gilvus]]'' ( Tyrrell ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gilvus'', pale yellow, referring to the pale yellow pigmentation of the bacterium.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/JCM.40.4.1140-1145.2002}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus haemoperoxidus|E. haemoperoxidus]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''per'', preffix adding force to the word to which it is added; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hemoperoxidus'', blood peroxide, derived from the ability of the species to decompose hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water when cultivated on blood-agar media.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1567</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus hermanniensis|E. hermanniensis]]'' ( Koort ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hermanniensis'', pertaining to Hermanni, a locality in Helsinki, Finland.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1823</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus hirae|E. hirae]]'' ( Farrow and Collins 1985, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hirae'', of the intestine or gut.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/1/73</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus italicus|E. italicus]]'' ( Fortina ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''italicus'', from Italy, where the bacterium was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63891-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus malodoratus|E. malodoratus]]'' ( (''ex'' Pette 1955) Collins ''et al''. 1984, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] adjective ''malus'', bad; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''odoratus'', perfumed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''malodoratus'', bad-smelled.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/2/220</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus moraviensis|E. moraviensis]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''moraviensis'', pertaining to Moravia, the region in the Czech Republic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1567</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus mundtii|E. mundtii]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1986, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mundtii'', of Mundt; named after the late J.O. Mundt, an American microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/1/8</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus pallens|E. pallens]]'' ( Tyrrell ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''pallens'', being pale or yellow, yellowish, referring to the yellow pigmentation of the bacterium.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/JCM.40.4.1140-1145.2002}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus phoeniculicola|E. phoeniculicola]]'' ( Law-Brown and Meyers 2003, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Phoeniculus'', the genus of the Woodhoopoe; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'', inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''phoeniculicola'', growing in ''Phoeniculus'', the genus of the Woodhoopoe.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/683</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus porcinus|E. porcinus]]'' ( Teixeira ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''porcinus'', of a swine)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1737</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterococcus pseudoavium|E. pseudoavium]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective '' pseudēs'', false; [[Latin]] noun ''avis'', bird; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] plur. ''avium'', of birds, and also a specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] pl. noun ''pseudoavium'', false [''Enterococcus''] ''avium'', owing to its similarity to this species.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1989.tb03350.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus raffinosus|E. raffinosus]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1989, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''raffinosus'', pertaining to raffinose, referring to ability to metabolize raffinose.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1989.tb03350.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus ratti|E. ratti]]'' ( Teixeira ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ratti'', of the rat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1737</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus saccharolyticus|E. saccharolyticus]]'' ( (Farrow ''et al''. 1985) Rodrigues and Collins 1991, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saccharolyticus'', sugar-digesting.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1990.tb03828.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus saccharominimus|E. saccharominimus]]'' ( Vancanneyt ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[Latin]] adjective sup. ''minimus'', least, smallest; [[New Latin]] adjective sup. ''saccharominimus'', meaning that this organism differs from other enterococci in that it lyses only few sugars.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63891-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterococcus seriolicida|E. seriolicida]]'' ( Kusuda ''et al''. 1991, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''seriola'', generic name of the yellowtail; [[Latin]] suffix -''cida'' from [[Latin]] v. ''caedo'', to kill; [[New Latin]] noun ''seriolicida'', yellowtail killer.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/3/406</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterococcus silesiacus|E. silesiacus]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''silesiacus'', pertaining to Silesia, the region in the Czech Republic from which the type strain originates.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63937-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus solitarius|E. solitarius]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''solitarius'', alone, lonely, solitary.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1989.tb03350.x}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Enterococcus sulfureus|E. sulfureus]]'' ( Martinez-Murcia and Collins 1991, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''sulfureus'', of or like sulphur.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1991.tb04638.x}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus termitis|E. termitis]]'' ( Švec ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] noun ''termes'' -''itis'', a worm that eats wood, a woodworm, and in zoology the name of a scientific genus; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''termitis'', of a termite.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63937-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus thailandicus|E. thailandicus]]'' ( Tanasupawat ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thailandicus'', of Thailand, pertaining to Thailand, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65535-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterococcus villorum|E. villorum]]'' ( Vancanneyt ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] noun ''villus'', rough hair, anatomical term for flocculate structure in the small intestine; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. ''villorum'', of flocculate structures in the small intestine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Enterorhabdus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Enterorhabdus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Coriobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Coriobacteriales]] | subordo = "[[Coriobacterineae]]" | familia = [[Coriobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Enterorhabdus'' | binomial_authority = Clavel ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003087-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. mucosicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enterorhabdus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enterorhabdus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''enteron'', intestine; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''rhabdos (ῥάβδος)'', a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Enterorhabdus'', a rod isolated from the intestine.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enterorhabdus.html|Enterorhabdus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Enterorhabdus caecimuris|E. caecimuris]]'' ( Clavel ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] noun ''caecum'', caecum; [[Latin]] noun ''mus'' ''muris'', mouse; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''caecimuris'', of the caecum of a mouse.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015016-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterorhabdus mucosicola|E. mucosicola]]'' ( Clavel ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''mucosa'' (from [[Latin]] adjective ''mucosus'' -''a'' -''um'', mucous), mucosa; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''mucosicola'', inhabitant of the intestinal mucosa.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003087-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Enterovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Enterovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Vibrionales]] | familia = [[Vibrionaceae]] | genus = ''Enterovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Thompson ''et al''. 2002<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001990-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. norvegicus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Enterovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Enterovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''enteron'', intestine; [[Latin]] noun ''vibro'', nominally meaning "that which vibrates", but in effect meaning a curved rod bacterium (a vibrio); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Enterovibrio'', enteric vibrio.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/enterovibrio.html|Enterovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Enterovibrio calviensis|E. calviensis]]'' ( (Denner ''et al''. 2002) Pascual ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''calviensis'', of or pertaining to the Bay of Calvi, Corsica, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001990-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterovibrio coralii|E. coralii]]'' ( Thompson ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''coralii'', of coral.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/913</ref> * ''[[Enterovibrio nigricans|E. nigricans]]'' ( Pascual ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''nigricans'', being blackish, blackish.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001990-0}}</ref> * ''[[Enterovibrio norvegicus|E. norvegicus]]'' ( Thompson ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''norvegicus'', pertaining to Norway, where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2015</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Entomoplasma[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Entomoplasma'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Tenericutes]]" | classis = [[Mollicutes]] | ordo = [[Entomoplasmatales]] | familia = [[Entomoplasmataceae]] | genus = ''Entomoplasma'' | binomial_authority = Tully ''et al''. 1993, (Type genus of the order ''Entomoplasmatales'' Tully ''et al''. 1993; type genus of the family ''Entomoplasmataceae'' Tully ''et al''. 1993).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> | type_species = E. ellychniae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Entomoplasma''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Tenericutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Entomoplasma'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''entomon'', insect; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''plasma (πλάσμα)'', something formed or molded, a form, an image; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Entomoplasma'', intended to mean associated with insects.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/entomoplasma.html|Entomoplasma}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Entomoplasma ellychniae|E. ellychniae]]'' ( (Tully ''et al''. 1989) Tully ''et al''. 1993, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''Ellychnia'', a genus of firefly beetles; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ellychniae'', of ''Ellychnia'', from which the organism was first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> * ''[[Entomoplasma freundtii|E. freundtii]]'' ( Tully ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''freundtii'', of Freundt, named after Eyvind Freundt, a Danish pioneer in the taxonomy and classification of mollicutes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1197</ref> * ''[[Entomoplasma lucivorax|E. lucivorax]]'' ( (Williamson ''et al''. 1990) Tully ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lux'' ''lucis'', light; [[Latin]] adjective ''vorax'', ravenous, voracious, devouring; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lucivorax'', light devouring, referring to the predacious habit of the host insect, which preys on other luminescent firefly species.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> * ''[[Entomoplasma luminosum|E. luminosum]]'' ( (Williamson ''et al''. 1990) Tully ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''luminosum'', luminous, emitting light, referring to the luminescence of the adult host from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> * ''[[Entomoplasma melaleucae|E. melaleucae]]'' ( (Tully ''et al''. 1990) Tully ''et al''. 1993, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Melaleuca'', a genus of tropical trees having white flowers with sweet fragrance; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''melaleucae'', of ''Melaleuca'', the plant from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> * ''[[Entomoplasma somnilux|E. somnilux]]'' ( (Williamson ''et al''. 1990) Tully ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] noun ''somnus'', sleep; [[Latin]] noun ''lux'', light; [[New Latin]] noun ''somnilux'', intended to mean sleeping light, referring to the quiescent pupal stage of the host from which the organism was isolated, which precedes the luminescent adult stage.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/378</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Tenericutes]]


Eperythrozoon[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Eperythrozoon'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Tenericutes]]" | classis = [[Mollicutes]] | ordo = [[Mycoplasmatales]] | familia = [[Mycoplasmataceae]] | genus = ''Eperythrozoon'' | binomial_authority = Schilling 1928, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63998-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. coccoides | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eperythrozoon''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Tenericutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eperythrozoon'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''epi''-, on; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''eruthros'', red; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''zoon'', living being, animal; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Eperythrozoon'', presumably intended to mean animals on red (blood cells).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eperythrozoon.html|Eperythrozoon}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Eperythrozoon coccoides|E. coccoides]]'' ( Schilling 1928, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. ''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''coccoides'', coccus-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eperythrozoon ovis|E. ovis]]'' ( Neitz ''et al''. 1934, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''ovis'' -''is'', a sheep; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ovis'', of a sheep.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eperythrozoon parvum|E. parvum]]'' ( Splitter 1950, ''species''.;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''parvum'', small.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eperythrozoon suis|E. suis]]'' ( Splitter 1950, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''sus'' ''suis'', a pig; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''suis'', of a pig.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eperythrozoon wenyonii|E. wenyonii]]'' ( Adler and Ellenbogen 1934, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''wenyonii'', of Wenyon, named after C.M. Wenyon, an investigator of these organisms.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1997.tb12742.x}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Tenericutes]]


Epilithonimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Epilithonimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Epilithonimonas'' | binomial_authority = O'Sullivan ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63941-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. tenax | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Epilithonimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Epilithonimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''epilithon'' -''onis'' (or ''epilithonum'' -''i''), epilithon; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Epilithonimonas'', a monad isolated from epilithon.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/epilithonimonas.html|Epilithonimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Epilithonimonas can be referred to as epilithonimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Epilithonimonas lactis|E. lactis]]'' ( Shakéd ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lactis'', of milk, referring to the isolation of the type strain from raw milk.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012575-0}}</ref> * ''[[Epilithonimonas tenax|E. tenax]]'' ( O'Sullivan ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tenax'', sticky, holding firm, referring to the organism's viscous colonies.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63941-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Eremococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Eremococcus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Aerococcaceae]] | genus = ''Eremococcus'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1381</ref> | type_species = E. coleocola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eremococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eremococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''eremos'', lonely; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Eremococcus'', a lonely or isolated coccus, referring to its distinct phylogenetic position.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eremococcus.html|Eremococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Eremococcus coleocola|E. coleocola]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''colea'', vagina; [[Latin]] suffix -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun ''coleocola'', inhabitant of the vagina, referring to the isolation of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1381</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Erwinia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Erwinia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Erwinia'' | binomial_authority = Winslow ''et al''. 1920, ''genus''. (Type genus of the tribe ''Erwinieae'' Winslow ''et al''. 1920 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. amylovora | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Erwinia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Erwinia'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Erwinia'', named after Erwin F. Smith.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/erwinia.html|Erwinia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 32 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Erwinia alni|E. alni]]'' ( Surico ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alni'', of alder, referring to the plant from which the organism was first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/3/720</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia amylovora|E. amylovora]]'' ( (Burrill 1882) Winslow ''et al''. 1920, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amulon'', starch; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to eat, to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''amylovora'', starch-destroying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia ananatis|E. ananatis]]'' ( corrig. Serrano 1928, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] ''Ananas'' -''atis'', generic name of the pineapple; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ananatis'', of ''Ananas'', of the pineapple.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia aphidicola|E. aphidicola]]'' ( Harada ''et al''. 1998, ;: [[New Latin]] noun ''aphidum'', the aphid; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola'') dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''aphidicola'', aphid dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/4/1083</ref> * ''[[Erwinia billingiae|E. billingiae]]'' ( Mergaert ''et al''. 1999, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''billingiae'', of Billing, named after Eve Billing, who first isolated these organisms.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/377</ref> * ''[[Erwinia cacticida|E. cacticida]]'' ( Alcorn ''et al''. 1991, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''cactus'', a prickly plant with edible stalks, a cactus; [[Latin]] suff. -''cida'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''caedo'', to cut or kill), murderer, killer; [[New Latin]] noun ''cacticida'', a killer of cactus.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/2/197</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia cancerogena|E. cancerogena]]'' ( Urosevic 1966, ''species''.; [[Latin]] ''cancer'' -''cri'', crab, the disease cancer; [[Latin]] suff. ''genus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''gigno'', to produce, give birth to, beget), producing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''cancerogena'', cancer-inducing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia carnegieana|E. carnegieana]]'' ( Standring 1942, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''carnegieana'', of ''Carnegiea'', the generic name of a cactus.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( (Jones 1901) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.;:  [[Latin]] noun ''carota'', carrot; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''carotovora'', carrot-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''atroseptica''''' (van Hall 1902) Dye 1969, ''subspecies''.;: [[Latin]] adjective ''ater'' -''tra'' ''trum'', black; [[Latin]] adjective ''septicus'' -''a'' -''um'', producing a putrefaction, putrefying, septic; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''atroseptica'', producing a black rot.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''betavasculorum''''' Thomson ''et al''. 1984, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''beta'', beet; [[Latin]] noun ''vasculum'', a small vessel; [[New Latin]] pl. [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''betavasculorum'', of the beet' s vascular tissues.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/91</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''carotovora''''' (Jones 1901) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''subspecies''.;: [[Latin]] noun ''carota'', carrot; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''carotovora'', carrot-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''odorifera''''' Gallois ''et al''. 1992, ;: [[Latin]] adjective ''odorifer'' -''era'' -''erum'', bringing or spreading odors, fragrant, odoriferous; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''odorifera'', fragrant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/4/582</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia carotovora|E. carotovora]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''wasabiae''''' Goto and Matsumoto 1987, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''wasabiae'', of wasabi (''Eutrema'' ''wasabi''), name of host plant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/2/130</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia chrysanthemi|E. chrysanthemi]]'' ( Burkholder ''et al''. 1953, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''Chrysanthemi'', of the plant genus ''Chrysanthemum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia cypripedii|E. cypripedii]]'' ( (Hori 1911) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Cypripedium'', generic name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cypripedii'', of ''Cypripedium'', of cypripedium orchids.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia dissolvens|E. dissolvens]]'' ( (Rosen 1922) Burkholder 1948, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] participle adjective ''dissolvens'', dissolving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia herbicola|E. herbicola]]'' ( (Löhnis 1911) Dye 1964, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] noun ''herba'', grass, an herb; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''herbicola'', grass dweller.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.1982.tb04844.x}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia mallotivora|E. mallotivora]]'' ( Goto 1976, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Mallotus'', a genus of trees; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to eat, to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mallotivora'', ''Mallotus''-destroying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia milletiae|E. milletiae]]'' ( (Kawakami and Yoshida 1920) Magrou 1937, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Milletia'', a genus of flowering plants named after A.J. Millett (a botanist); [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''Milletiae'', of ''Milletia''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia nigrifluens|E. nigrifluens]]'' ( Wilson ''et al''. 1957, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''niger'' -''gra'' -''grum'', black; [[Latin]] v. ''fluo'', to flow; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''nigrifluens'', black flowing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia nimipressuralis|E. nimipressuralis]]'' ( (Carter 1945) Dye 1969, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] adv. ''nimis'', overmuch; [[Latin]] noun ''pressura'', pressure; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''nimipressuralis'', pertaining to excessive pressure, with excessive pressure.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia papayae|E. papayae]]'' ( Gardan ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''papaya'', papaya; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''papayae'', of papaya (of ''Carica'' ''papaya'', the souce of isolation).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/107</ref> * ''[[Erwinia paradisiaca|E. paradisiaca]]'' ( Fernandez-Borrero and Lopez-Duque 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''paradisiaca'', of or belonging to Paradise, Paradisiacal, referring to the isolation of the organism from ''Musa'' ''paradisiaca''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia persicina|E. persicina]]'' ( corrig. Hao ''et al''. 1990, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''persicum'', peach; [[Latin]] suff. -''inus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''persicina'', belonging to a peach, peach colored, because of the pinkish or peach-colored pigment of this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/4/379</ref> * ''[[Erwinia piriflorinigrans|E. piriflorinigrans]]'' ( López ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] noun ''pirus'', pear tree; [[Latin]] noun ''flos'' ''floris'', flower; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''nigrans'', blackened, darkened; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''piriflorinigrans'', blackened pear blossom, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020479-0}}</ref> * ''[[Erwinia psidii|E. psidii]]'' ( Rodrigues Neto ''et al''. 1988, ;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Psidium'', a genus of the family ''Myrtaceae''; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''psidii'', of ''Psidium''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/328</ref> * ''[[Erwinia pyrifoliae|E. pyrifoliae]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 1999, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pyrifoliae'', of ''pyrifolia'', the species name of the host plant, the Nashi pear, ''Pyrus'' ''pyrifolia''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/899</ref> * ''[[Erwinia quercina|E. quercina]]'' ( Hildebrand and Schroth 1967, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''quercina'', of or pertaining to oak.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia rhapontici|E. rhapontici]]'' ( (Millard 1924) Burkholder 1948, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] noun ''rhaponticum'', specific epithet of ''Rheum'' ''rhaponticum'', rhubarb; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''rhapontici'', of ''rhaponticum'', of rhubarb.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia rubrifaciens|E. rubrifaciens]]'' ( Wilson ''et al''. 1967, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''ruber'' -''bra'' -''brum'', red; [[Latin]] v. ''facio'', to make, to produce; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''rubrifaciens'', red-producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia salicis|E. salicis]]'' ( (Day 1924) Chester 1939, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''salix'', the willow; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salicis'', of the willow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia stewartii|E. stewartii]]'' ( (Smith 1898) Dye 1963, ''species''.;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''stewartii'', of Stewart; named after F.C. Stewart.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia tasmaniensis|E. tasmaniensis]]'' ( Geider ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tasmaniensis'', pertaining to Tasmania, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64032-0}}</ref> * ''[[Erwinia toletana|E. toletana]]'' ( Rojas ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''toletana'', from ''Toletum'', the Roman name for Toledo, the location from which the organisms were isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2217</ref> * ''[[Erwinia tracheiphila|E. tracheiphila]]'' ( (Smith 1895) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] noun ''trachia'', windpipe, trachae; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tracheiphila'', trachea-loving, i.e., growing in the tracheiphila of the vascular bundles.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erwinia uredovora|E. uredovora]]'' ( (Pon ''et al''. 1954) Dye 1963, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] noun ''uredo'', a blast, blight of plants; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to eat, to devour; [[New Latin]] noun ''uredovora'', blight devourer; (eats uredospores and uredia).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Erysipelothrix[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Erysipelothrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Erysipelotrichia]] | ordo = [[Erysipelotrichales]] | familia = [[Erysipelotrichaceae]] | genus = ''Erysipelothrix'' | binomial_authority = Rosenbach 1909, ''genus''. (Type genus of the order ''Erysipelotrichales'' Ludwig ''et al''. 2010; type genus of the family ''Erysipelotrichaceae'' Verbarg ''et al''. 2004).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. rhusiopathiae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Erysipelothrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Erysipelothrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''erusipelas'' -''pelatos'', erysipelas; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Erysipelothrix'', erysipelas thread.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/erysipelothrix.html|Erysipelothrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Erysipelothrix inopinata|E. inopinata]]'' ( Verbarg ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''inopinata'', unexpected.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/221</ref> * ''[[Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae|E. rhusiopathiae]]'' ( (Migula 1900) Buchanan 1918, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''rhousios'' (Latin transliteration ''rhusios''), reddish; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pathos'', accident, misfortune, calamity; here intended to mean disease; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''rhusiopathiae'', of red disease.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Erysipelothrix tonsillarum|E. tonsillarum]]'' ( Takahashi ''et al''. 1987, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''tonsillarum'', of the tonsils.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/2/166</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Erythrobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Erythrobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingomonadales]] | familia = [[Erythrobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Erythrobacter'' | binomial_authority = Shiba and Simidu 1982, (Type genus of the family ''Erythrobacteraceae'' Lee ''et al''. 2005).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/211</ref> | type_species = E. longus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Erythrobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Erythrobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''eruthros'', red; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Erythrobacter'', red rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/erythrobacter.html|Erythrobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Erythrobacter aquimaris|E. aquimaris]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] noun ''aqua'', water; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''maris'', of the sea; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''aquimaris'', of the water of the sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/1981</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter citreus|E. citreus]]'' ( Denner ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''citreus'', of or pertaining to the citron-tree; intended to mean lemon-yellow, describing the lemon-yellow pigmentation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/5/1655</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter flavus|E. flavus]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow, the colour of colonies or pigment.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1169</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter gaetbuli|E. gaetbuli]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''gaetbuli'', of gaetbul, the Korean name for a tidal flat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/71</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter gangjinensis|E. gangjinensis]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gangjinensis'', referring to Gangjin, the name of the bay in Korea from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015743-0}}</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter litoralis|E. litoralis]]'' ( Yurkov ''et al''. 1994, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''litoralis'', of or belonging to the sea-shore.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/427</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter longus|E. longus]]'' ( Shiba and Simidu 1982, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''longus'', long.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/211</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter luteolus|E. luteolus]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''luteolus'', yellowish.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1167</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Erythrobacter nanhaisediminis|E. nanhaisediminis]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2010, ; Chin. noun ''nanhai'', meaning "the South China Sea" in Chinese; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sediminis'', of a sediment; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''nanhaisediminis'', of a sediment from the South China Sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014027-0}}</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter seohaensis|E. seohaensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''seohaensis'', of Seohae, the Korean name of the Yellow Sea, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/71</ref> * ''[[Erythrobacter vulgaris|E. vulgaris]]'' ( Ivanova ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vulgaris'', ordinary, usual, common.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64289-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Erythromicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Erythromicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingomonadales]] | familia = [[Erythrobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Erythromicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Yurkov ''et al''. 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/427</ref> | type_species = E. ramosum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Erythromicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Erythromicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''eruthros'', red; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', a microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Erythromicrobium'', red microbe.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/erythromicrobium.html|Erythromicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Erythromicrobium ramosum|E. ramosum]]'' ( Yurkov ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ramosum'', having many branches, branching, referring to the morphology of the cells.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/427</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Erythromonas[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Erythromonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingomonadales]] | familia = [[Sphingomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Erythromonas'' | binomial_authority = Yurkov ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/3/935</ref> | type_species = E. ursincola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Erythromonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Erythromonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''eruthros'', red; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Erythromonas'', red monad.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/erythromonas.html|Erythromonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Erythromonas can be referred to as erythromonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Erythromonas ursincola|E. ursincola]]'' ( Yurkov ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''ursus'', bear; [[Latin]] noun ''incola'', inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''ursincola'', intended top mean neighbor or compatriot of bears.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/1172</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Escherichia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Escherichia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Escherichia'' | binomial_authority = Castellani and Chalmers 1919, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Enterobacteriaceae'' Rahn 1937 [Approved Lists 1980]; type genus of the tribe ''Escherichieae'' Bergey ''et al''. 1939 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. coli | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Escherichia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Escherichia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Escherichia'', named after Theodor Escherich, who isolated the type species of the genus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/escherichia.html|Escherichia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 7 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Escherichia adecarboxylata|E. adecarboxylata]]'' ( Leclerc 1962, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''a'', not; [[New Latin]] noun ''decarboxylum'' [from new Fr. noun ''decarboxyl'' (from Fr. noun ''carboxyl'')], removal of a molecule of carbon dioxide from an organic compound; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''adecarboxylata'', without decarboxylase activity; because it has negative reactions in lysine decarboxylase, ornithine decarboxylase and arginine dihydrolase; i.e., “triple decarboxylase negative”.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Escherichia albertii|E. albertii]]'' ( Huys ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''albertii'', of Albert, named after M. John Albert, a microbiologist previously associated with the ICDDR,B, who first described these strains as a group of Hafnia-like diarrhoeagenic isolates in the early 1990s and who also contributed greatly to the study of other diarrhoeagenic bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/807</ref> * ''[[Escherichia blattae|E. blattae]]'' ( Burgess ''et al''. 1973, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''blattae'', of the cockroach.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Escherichia coli|E. coli]]'' ( (Migula 1895) Castellani and Chalmers 1919, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''colon'' or ''colum'', the colon; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''coli'', of the colon.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Escherichia fergusonii|E. fergusonii]]'' ( Farmer ''et al''. 1985, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''fergusonii'', of Ferguson, named to honor the American microbiologist William W. Ferguson, who made many contributions to enteric bacteriology and)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/35/2/223</ref> * ''[[Escherichia hermannii|E. hermannii]]'' ( Brenner ''et al''. 1983, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hermannii'', of Hermann, named in honor of George J. Hermann, former chief of the Enteric Section at the CDC, for his many contributions to enteric bacteriology, and Lloyd G. Herman, formerly of the Environmental Services Branch, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, for his contributions to the study of yellow-pigmented bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref> * ''[[Escherichia vulneris|E. vulneris]]'' ( Brenner ''et al''. 1983, ; [[Latin]] noun ''vulnus'', a wound; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vulneris'', of a wound.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ethanoligenens[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ethanoligenens'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Ruminococcaceae]] | genus = ''Ethanoligenens'' | binomial_authority = Xing ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63926-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. harbinense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ethanoligenens''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ethanoligenens'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''ethanol'' -''is'', ethanol; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''genens'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''genere'' to produce) producing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Ethanoligenens'', ethanol-producing (bacterium).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ethanoligenens.html|Ethanoligenens}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ethanoligenens harbinense|E. harbinense]]'' ( Xing ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''harbinense'', pertaining to Harbin, from Harbin, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63926-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Eubacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Eubacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Eubacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Eubacterium'' | binomial_authority = Prévot 1938, ''genus''. (Type genus of the order ''Eubacteriales'' Buchanan 1917 [Approved Lists 1980]; type genus of the suborder ''Eubacteriineae'' Breed ''et al''. 1944 [Approved Lists 1980]; type genus of the family ''Eubacteriaceae'' Ludwig ''et al''. 2010; type genus of the tribe ''Eubacterieae'' Prévot 1961 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eubacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eubacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''eu''-, good, well, beneficial (not as opposed to '' pseudēs''); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', rod or staff and, in biology, a bacterium (so called because the first ones observed were rod-shaped); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Eubacterium'', beneficial bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eubacterium.html|Eubacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 53 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Eubacterium acidaminophilum|E. acidaminophilum]]'' ( Zindel ''et al''. 1989, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' (from [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour), an acid; [[New Latin]] pref. ''amino'', amino group containing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)'') loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acidaminophilum'', loving amino acids.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00407789}}</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium aerofaciens|E. aerofaciens]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air, gas; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''faciens'', making, producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''aerofaciens'', gas producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium aggregans|E. aggregans]]'' ( Mechichi ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''aggregans'', adhering, assembling.  participle aggregans assembling (aggregating).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1998.0179}}</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium alactolyticum|E. alactolyticum]]'' ( (Prévot and Taffanel 1942) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''a'', not; [[Latin]] noun ''lac'' ''lactis'', milk; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alactolyticum'', not milk digesting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium angustum|E. angustum]]'' ( Beuscher and Andreesen 1985, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''angustum'', restrained, scanty, narrow (substrate spectrum).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00409763}}</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium barkeri|E. barkeri]]'' ( (Stadtman ''et al''. 1972) Collins ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''barkeri'', of Barker, named after Professor H.A. Barker, American biochemist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/812</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium biforme|E. biforme]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''biforme'', two-shaped,  two-formed (pertaining to cellular morphology).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium brachy|E. brachy]]'' ( Holdeman ''et al''. 1980, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''brachy'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''brachu''), short, referring to the length of the cells.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/163</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium budayi|E. budayi]]'' ( (Le Blaye and Guggenheim 1914) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''budayi'', of Buday; named for the bacteriologist who first isolated the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium callanderi|E. callanderi]]'' ( Mountfort ''et al''. 1988, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''callanderi'', of Callander, named in honor of John Callander for his pioneering work on anaerobic digestion of wood-based materials.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/254</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium cellulosolvens|E. cellulosolvens]]'' ( (Bryant ''et al''. 1958) Holdeman and Moore 1972, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''cellulosum'', cellulose; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''solvens'', dissolving; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''cellulosolvens'', cellulosedissolving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium combesii|E. combesii]]'' ( (Prévot and Laplanche 1947) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''combesii'', of Combes; named for Combes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium contortum|E. contortum]]'' ( (Prévot 1947) Holdeman ''et al''. 1971, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] participle adjective ''contortum'', twisted.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium coprostanoligenes|E. coprostanoligenes]]'' ( Freier ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''coprostanol'', coprostanol; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', produce, engender; [[New Latin]] adjective ''coprostanoligenes'', producing coprostanol.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/1/137</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium cylindroides|E. cylindroides]]'' ( (Rocchi 1908) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kulindros'', a cylinder; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. ''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''cylindroides'', cylinder-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium desmolans|E. desmolans]]'' ( Morris ''et al''. 1986, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''desmos'', a bond, mod. chem. term desmolase, an enzyme that splits a carbon-carbon bond; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''desmolans'', making desmolase.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/2/183</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium dolichum|E. dolichum]]'' ( Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''dolichum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''dolichon''), long, referring to the long chains formed in broth cultures.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium eligens|E. eligens]]'' ( Holdeman and Moore 1974, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''eligens'', making a proper selection, selecting, referring to its generally poor growth without fermentable carbohydrate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium exiguum|E. exiguum]]'' ( Poco ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''exiguum'', scanty, small, referring to the scanty or poor growth of this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/1120</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium fissicatena|E. fissicatena]]'' ( Taylor 1972, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''fissus'', clived, splite; [[Latin]] noun ''catena'', a chain; [[New Latin]] noun ''fissicatena'', a broken chain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium formicigenerans|E. formicigenerans]]'' ( Holdeman and Moore 1974, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''formicum'', formic acid; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''generans'', producing; [[New Latin]] adjective ''formicigenerans'', formic acid-producing; referring to its production of large amounts of formic acid from carbohydrate fermentation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium fossor|E. fossor]]'' ( Bailey and Love 1986, ; [[Latin]] noun ''fossor'', a digger, delver.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/3/383</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium hadrum|E. hadrum]]'' ( Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hadrum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hadron''), thick, bulky (referring to the relatively large size of the cell).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium hallii|E. hallii]]'' ( Holdeman and Moore 1974, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hallii'', of Hall, named for Ivan C. Hall, an American bacteriologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium infirmum|E. infirmum]]'' ( Cheeseman ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''infirmum'', not strong, weak, feeble, delicate, referring to the delicate growth of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/957</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium lentum|E. lentum]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lentum'', slow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium limosum|E. limosum]]'' ( (Eggerth 1935) Prévot 1938, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''limosum'', full of slime, slimy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium minutum|E. minutum]]'' ( Poco ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''minutum'', minute, small, referring to the minute colonies formed by the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/1/31</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium moniliforme|E. moniliforme]]'' ( (Repaci 1910) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''monile'', a necklace; [[Latin]] adjective suffix -''formis'' -''is'' -''e'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''moniliforme'', necklace-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium multiforme|E. multiforme]]'' ( (Distaso 1911) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''multus'', much, many; [[Latin]] adjective suffix -''formis'' -''is'' -''e'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''multiforme'', many-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium nitritogenes|E. nitritogenes]]'' ( Prévot 1940, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''nitris'' -''itis'', nitrite; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', produce, engender; [[New Latin]] adjective ''nitritogenes'', nitrite-producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium nodatum|E. nodatum]]'' ( Holdeman ''et al''. 1980, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] participle adjective ''nodatum'', entangled, referring to the tangled arrangement of the cells.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/163</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium oxidoreducens|E. oxidoreducens]]'' ( corrig. Krumholz and Bryant 1986, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''oxidum'', oxide; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and in chemistry converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''oxidoreducens'', reducing compounds (containing) oxygen.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00454948}}</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium plautii|E. plautii]]'' ( (Séguin 1928) Hofstad and Aasjord 1982, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''plautii'', of Plaut; named for H.C. Plaut, the bacteriologist who first described this organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016725-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium plexicaudatum|E. plexicaudatum]]'' ( Wilkins ''et al''. 1974, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''plexus'', twisted or braided; [[New Latin]] adjective ''caudatus'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''cauda'', tail), with a tail; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''plexicaudatum'', with a braided tail, referring to the tuft of subpolar flagella that are twisted together to form the “large flagellum” often visible by darkfield or phase-contrast microscopy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium pyruvativorans|E. pyruvativorans]]'' ( Wallace ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''pyruvatum'', pyruvate; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring, eating greedily; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''pyruvativorans'', devouring pyruvate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/965</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium ramulus|E. ramulus]]'' ( Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''ramulus'', a twig, referring to the shape of the cell.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium rectale|E. rectale]]'' ( (Hauduroy ''et al''. 1937) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''rectum'', that which is right; [[New Latin]] noun ''rectum'', the straight bowel; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suffix -''ale'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''rectale'', pertaining to rectum, rectal.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/004580.0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium ruminantium|E. ruminantium]]'' ( Bryant 1959, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''ruminantium'', of ruminants.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium saburreum|E. saburreum]]'' ( (Prévot 1966) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''saburra'', sand; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''eum'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saburreum'', sandy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium saphenum|E. saphenum]]'' ( corrig. Uematsu ''et al''. 1993, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saphenum'' (?), hidden; referring to the fact the organisms had been hidden in a bacterial flora.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/2/302</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium siraeum|E. siraeum]]'' ( Moore ''et al''. 1976, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''siraeum'' (?), sluggish, referring to the relative inactivity of this organism in most substrates tested.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium suis|E. suis]]'' ( (''ex'' Soltys and Spratling 1957) Wegienek and Reddy 1982, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''suis'', of a hog, of a pig.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/218</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium sulci|E. sulci]]'' ( (Cato ''et al''. 1985) Jalava and Eerola 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sulci'', of a furrow, referring to its habitat, the human gingival sulcus.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1375</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium tarantellae|E. tarantellae]]'' ( corrig. Udey ''et al''. 1977, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''tarantellae'', of tarantella, a fast, whirling dance; referring to the disease symptoms of the fish from which the species was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium tardum|E. tardum]]'' ( Cheeseman ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tardum'', slow, referring to the slow growth of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/957</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium tenue|E. tenue]]'' ( (Bergey ''et al''. 1923) Holdeman and Moore 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tenue'', slender (originally used with ''spatuliformis'' to indicate forms like slender spatulas).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium timidum|E. timidum]]'' ( Holdeman ''et al''. 1980, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''timidum'', fearful, afraid, timid (referring to the slight or slow growth in clumps).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/163</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Eubacterium tortuosum|E. tortuosum]]'' ( (Debono 1912) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tortuosum'', full of windings, tortuous.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium uniforme|E. uniforme]]'' ( van Gylswyk and van der Toorn 1985, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''uniforme'', having only one shap, uniform, denoting unusual uniformity among strains.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/323</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium ventriosum|E. ventriosum]]'' ( (Tissier 1908) Prévot 1938, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ventriosum'', having a large belly, pot-bellied.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium xylanophilum|E. xylanophilum]]'' ( van Gylswyk and van der Toorn 1985, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''xylanum'', xylan; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''xylanophilum'', xylan-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/323</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium yurii|E. yurii]]'' ( Margaret and Krywolap 1986, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''yurii'', of Yuri (author).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/2/145</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium yurii|E. yurii]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''margaretiae''''' Margaret and Krywolap 1986, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''margaretiae'', of Margaret (author).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/2/145</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium yurii|E. yurii]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''schtitka''''' Margaret and Krywolap 1988, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''schitka'' (from Ukrainian noun ''schitka''), a brush.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/207</ref> * ''[[Eubacterium yurii|E. yurii]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''yurii''''' Margaret and Krywolap 1986, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''yurii'', of Yuri (author).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/2/145</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Eudoraea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Eudoraea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Eudoraea'' | binomial_authority = Alain ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65446-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. adriatica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Eudoraea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Eudoraea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Eudora'', a sea goddess in Greek mythology; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Eudoraea'', named after Eudora.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/eudoraea.html|Eudoraea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Eudoraea adriatica|E. adriatica]]'' ( Alain ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''adriatica'', of the Adriatic Sea, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65446-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Euzebya[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Euzebya'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Nitriliruptoridae]] | ordo = [[Euzebyales]] | familia = [[Euzebyaceae]] | genus = ''Euzebya'' | binomial_authority = Kurahashi ''et al''. 2010, (Type genus of the order ''Euzebyales'' Kurahashi ''et al''. 2010, type genus of the family ''Euzebyaceae'' Kurahashi ''et al''. 2010).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016543-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. tangerina | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Euzebya''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Euzebya'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Euzebya'', named for Jean Paul Marie Euzéby, a French microbiologist who has contributed significantly to microbial systematics, including the Latinization of microbial names.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/euzebya.html|Euzebya}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Euzebya tangerina|E. tangerina]]'' ( Kurahashi ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tangerina'', tangerine-coloured, referring to the colony colour.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016543-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Euzebyella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Euzebyella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Euzebyella'' | binomial_authority = Lucena ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020875-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. saccharophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Euzebyella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Euzebyella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Euzebyella'', named after the French microbiologist J. P. Euzéby, for his outstanding contribution to the nomenclature of Prokaryotes and to bacterial taxonomy in general.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/euzebyella.html|Euzebyella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Euzebyella saccharophila|E. saccharophila]]'' ( Lucena ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''saccharophila'', sugar-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020875-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Ewingella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ewingella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Ewingella'' | binomial_authority = Grimont ''et al''. 1984<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/91</ref> | type_species = E. americana | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ewingella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ewingella'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Ewingella'', named to honor William H. Ewing an American bacteriologist who made many contributions to the nomenclature and classification of the families ''Enterobacteriaceae'' and ''Vibrionaceae''.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/ewingella.html|Ewingella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ewingella americana|E. americana]]'' ( Grimont ''et al''. 1984, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''americana'', pertaining to America, to denote that the original 10 strains were isolated in the United States of America.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/91</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Excellospora[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for etymology emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Excellospora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Streptosporangineae]] | familia = [[Thermomonosporaceae]] | genus = ''Excellospora'' | binomial_authority = Agre and Guzeva 1975, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = E. viridilutea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Excellospora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Excellospora'' derives from: <ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/excellospora.html|Excellospora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Excellospora viridilutea|E. viridilutea]]'' ( Agre and Guzeva 1975, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for etymology emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Exiguobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Exiguobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | genus = ''Exiguobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1984<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/91</ref> | type_species = E. aurantiacum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Exiguobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Exiguobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''exiguus'', short, small; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Exiguobacterium'', small rod<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/exiguobacterium.html|Exiguobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 13 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Exiguobacterium acetylicum|E. acetylicum]]'' ( (Levine and Soppeland 1926) Farrow ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''acetylum'', the organic radical acetyl; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''icum'', adjectival suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acetylicum'', pertaining to acetyl.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/1/74</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium aestuarii|E. aestuarii]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''aestuarii'', of a part of the sea-coast which, during the flood-tide, is overflowed, but at the ebb-tide is left covered with mud or slime.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/885</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium antarcticum|E. antarcticum]]'' ( Frühling ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''antarcticum'', southern, of Antarctica.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1171</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium artemiae|E. artemiae]]'' ( López-Cortés ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''artemiae'', of ''Artemia'', the taxonomic genus name of the brine shrimp.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64507-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium aurantiacum|E. aurantiacum]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1984, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''aurum'', gold; [[New Latin]] noun ''Aurantium'', generic name of the orange; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''acum'', adjectival suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aurantiacum'', orange-colored.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/91</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium indicum|E. indicum]]'' ( Chaturvedi and Shivaji 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indicum'', Indian, pertaining to India.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64508-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium marinum|E. marinum]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''marinum'', of the sea, marine.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/885</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium mexicanum|E. mexicanum]]'' ( López-Cortés ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''mexicanum'', Mexican (from the location of the laboratory where isolation of the strain took place).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64507-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium oxidotolerans|E. oxidotolerans]]'' ( Yumoto ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxido'', to oxidize; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''oxidotolerans'', oxidation-tolerant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2013</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium profundum|E. profundum]]'' ( Crapart ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''profundum'', deep, living within the depth of the oceans.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64639-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium sibiricum|E. sibiricum]]'' ( Rodrigues ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''sibiricum'', pertaining to Siberia (region in northwestern Asia, the name said to come from Sibir, ancient Tatar fortress at the confluence of the rivers Tobol and Irtysh).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64799-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium soli|E. soli]]'' ( Chaturvedi ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000067-0}}</ref> * ''[[Exiguobacterium undae|E. undae]]'' ( Frühling ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] noun ''unda'', water; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''undae'', of the water.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1171</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Exilispira[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Exilispira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Spirochaetes]] | classis = [[Spirochaetes]] | ordo = [[Spirochaetales]] | genus = ''Exilispira'' | binomial_authority = Imachi ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65727-0}}</ref> | type_species = E. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Exilispira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Spirochaetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Exilispira'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''exilis'', slender; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spira'', helix; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Exilispira'', slender helix, referring to the cell shape.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|e/exilispira.html|Exilispira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Exilispira thermophila|E. thermophila]]'' ( Imachi ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''thermophila'', heat-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65727-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Spirochaetes]]


Fabibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fabibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flammeovirgaceae]] | genus = ''Fabibacter'' | binomial_authority = Lau ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64104-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. halotolerans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fabibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fabibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''faba'', bean; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fabibacter'', bean(-like) rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fabibacter.html|Fabibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fabibacter halotolerans|F. halotolerans]]'' ( Lau ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''halotolerans'', salt-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64104-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Facklamia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Facklamia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Aerococcaceae]] | genus = ''Facklamia'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/880</ref> | type_species = F. hominis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Facklamia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Facklamia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Facklamia'', named after Richard R. Facklam, an American microbiologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/facklamia.html|Facklamia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Facklamia hominis|F. hominis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hominis'', of a human being, from which the organisms were first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/880</ref> * ''[[Facklamia ignava|F. ignava]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''ignava'', lazy, unreactive.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/4/1083</ref> * ''[[Facklamia languida|F. languida]]'' ( Lawson ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''languida'', languid, pertaining to the lack of activity of the organisms in biochemical tests.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/3/935</ref> * ''[[Facklamia miroungae|F. miroungae]]'' ( Hoyles ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''miroungae'', of ''Mirounga'', named because the species was first isolated from the southern elephant seal, ''Mirounga'' ''leonina''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1401</ref> * ''[[Facklamia sourekii|F. sourekii]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sourekii'', of Sourek, named after the Czech microbiologist J. Sourek.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/635</ref> * ''[[Facklamia tabacinasalis|F. tabacinasalis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''tabacum'', tobacco; [[Latin]] adjective ''nasalis'', pertaining to the nose; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tabacinasalis'', of snuff.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/3/1247</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Faecalibacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Faecalibacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Ruminococcaceae]] | genus = ''Faecalibacterium'' | binomial_authority = Duncan ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2141</ref> | type_species = F. prausnitzii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Faecalibacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Faecalibacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] adjective ''faecalis'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''faex'' ''faecis''), pertaining to feces; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Faecalibacterium'', rod from feces, as this bacterium is abundant in feces, with the colon its presumed habitat.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/faecalibacterium.html|Faecalibacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Faecalibacterium prausnitzii|F. prausnitzii]]'' ( (Hauduroy ''et al''. 1937) Duncan ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''prausnitzii'', of Prausnitz; named for C. Prausnitz, the bacteriologist who first isolated this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2141</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Faenia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for authority emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Faenia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Pseudonocardineae]] | familia = [[Pseudonocardiaceae]] | genus = ''Faenia'' | type_species = F. rectivirgula | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Faenia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Faenia'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''faenum'', hay; [[Latin]] (''sic'') fem (''sic'') pl. noun ''Faenia'', a genus of bacteria associated with hay.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/faenia.html|Faenia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Faenia rectivirgula|F. rectivirgula]]'' ( (Krasil'nikov and Agre 1964) Kurup and Agre 1983, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''rectus'', )<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/3/663</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Falcivibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for etymology emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Falcivibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Actinomycineae]] | familia = [[Actinomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Falcivibrio'' | binomial_authority = Hammann ''et al''. 1984<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref> | type_species = F. grandis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Falcivibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Falcivibrio'' derives from: <ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/falcivibrio.html|Falcivibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Falcivibrio grandis|F. grandis]]'' ( Hammann ''et al''. 1984, (Type species of the genus).;)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for etymology emendment! --> * ''[[Falcivibrio vaginalis|F. vaginalis]]'' ( Hammann ''et al''. 1984, ;)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for etymology emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Falsibacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Falsibacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Falsibacillus'' | binomial_authority = Zhou ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014316-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. pallidus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Falsibacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Falsibacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''falsus'', false; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Bacillus'', a bacterial generic name; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Falsibacillus'', false ''Bacillus''.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/falsibacillus.html|Falsibacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Falsibacillus pallidus|F. pallidus]]'' ( (Zhou ''et al''. 2008) Zhou ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pallidus'', pale, the light pink colour of colonies.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014316-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fangia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fangia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Thiotrichales]] | genus = ''Fangia'' | binomial_authority = Lau ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65156-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. hongkongensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fangia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fangia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Fangia'', named after Professor Xinfang Fang, founder of the Institute of Microbiology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fangia.html|Fangia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fangia hongkongensis|F. hongkongensis]]'' ( Lau ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hongkongensis'', pertaining to Hong Kong SAR, PR China, where the bacterium was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65156-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fastidiosipila[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fastidiosipila'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Ruminococcaceae]] | genus = ''Fastidiosipila'' | binomial_authority = Falsen ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/853</ref> | type_species = F. sanguinis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fastidiosipila''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fastidiosipila'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fastidiosus'', fastidious; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''pila'', ball; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fastidiosipila'', a fastidious ball (coccus), because the organisms are difficult to grow.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fastidiosipila.html|Fastidiosipila}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fastidiosipila sanguinis|F. sanguinis]]'' ( Falsen ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sanguinis'', of blood, referring to the source of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/853</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Ferribacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferribacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodocyclales]] | familia = [[Rhodocyclaceae]] | genus = ''Ferribacterium'' | binomial_authority = Cummings ''et al''. 2000<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050697}}</ref> | type_species = F. limneticum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferribacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferribacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Ferribacterium'', rod-shaped iron bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferribacterium.html|Ferribacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ferribacterium limneticum|F. limneticum]]'' ( Cummings ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''limnē'', pool of standing water, lake; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''ticum'', suffix denoting made of or belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''limneticum'', from or belonging to a lake.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050697}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ferrimicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferrimicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Acidimicrobidae]] | ordo = [[Acidimicrobiales]] | subordo = "[[Acidimicrobineae]]" | familia = [[Acidimicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Ferrimicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Johnson ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65409-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. acidiphilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferrimicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferrimicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Ferrimicrobium'', iron microbe, referring to its capacity for ferrous iron oxidation.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferrimicrobium.html|Ferrimicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ferrimicrobium acidiphilum|F. acidiphilum]]'' ( Johnson ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''acidum'' (from [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour), an acid; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acidiphilum'', acid-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65409-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Ferrithrix[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferrithrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Acidimicrobidae]] | ordo = [[Acidimicrobiales]] | subordo = "[[Acidimicrobineae]]" | familia = [[Acidimicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Ferrithrix'' | binomial_authority = Johnson ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65409-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. thermotolerans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferrithrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferrithrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair, thread; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Ferrithrix'', iron thread, referring to filamentous nature and capacity for ferrous iron oxidation.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferrithrix.html|Ferrithrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ferrithrix thermotolerans|F. thermotolerans]]'' ( Johnson ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermotolerans'', heat-tolerating, able to tolerate high temperatures.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65409-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Ferrimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferrimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Alteromonadales]] | familia = [[Ferrimonadaceae]] | genus = ''Ferrimonas'' | binomial_authority = Rosselló-Mora ''et al''. 1996, (Type genus of the family ''Ferrimonadaceae'' Ivanova ''et al''. 2004).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> | type_species = F. balearica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferrimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferrimonas'' derives from: : [[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', monad, unit; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Ferrimonas'', iron (III)-reducing cell.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferrimonas.html|Ferrimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Ferrimonas can be referred to as ferrimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ferrimonas balearica|F. balearica]]'' ( Rosselló-Mora ''et al''. 1996, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''balearica'', pertaining to the Balearaic Islands where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> * ''[[Ferrimonas futtsuensis|F. futtsuensis]]'' ( Nakagawa ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''futtsuensis'', from Futtsu, the place of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64399-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ferrimonas kyonanensis|F. kyonanensis]]'' ( Nakagawa ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''kyonanensis'', from Kyonan, the place of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64399-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ferrimonas marina|F. marina]]'' ( Katsuta ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''marina'', of, or belonging to, the sea, marine.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1851</ref> * ''[[Ferrimonas senticii|F. senticii]]'' ( Campbell ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''senticii'', of Sentic, named in honour of Sinisa Sentic for scientific and philosophical discussions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65074-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Ferroglobus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferroglobus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Archaeoglobi]] | ordo = [[Archaeoglobales]] | familia = [[Archaeoglobaceae]] | genus = ''Ferroglobus'' | binomial_authority = Hafenbradl ''et al''. 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050388}}</ref> | type_species = F. placidus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferroglobus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferroglobus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''globus'', ball; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Ferroglobus'', the iron ball.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferroglobus.html|Ferroglobus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Ferroglobus placidus|F. placidus]]'' ( Hafenbradl ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''placidus'', placid, peace loving (because of reduction of nitrate, a component of gun powder).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050388}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Ferroplasma[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferroplasma'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Thermoplasmata]] | ordo = [[Thermoplasmatales]] | familia = [[Ferroplasmaceae]] | genus = ''Ferroplasma'' | binomial_authority = Golyshina ''et al''. 2000, (Type genus of the family ''Ferroplasmaceae'' Golyshina ''et al''. 2000).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65788-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferroplasma''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferroplasma'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] pref. ''ferro''-, pertaining to ferrous iron; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''plasma (πλάσμα)'', anything formed or moulded, image, figure; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Ferroplasma'', a ferrous-iron-oxidizing form.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferroplasma.html|Ferroplasma}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ferroplasma acidiphilum|F. acidiphilum]]'' ( Golyshina ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' (from [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour), an acid; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acidiphilum'', acid-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/997</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Ferruginibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Ferruginibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Chitinophagaceae]] | genus = ''Ferruginibacter'' | binomial_authority = Lim ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009480-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. alkalilentus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Ferruginibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Ferruginibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''ferrugo'' -''inis'', iron-rust, the color of iron-rust, dark-red; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Ferruginibacter'', rust-coloured rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/ferruginibacter.html|Ferruginibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Ferruginibacter alkalilentus|F. alkalilentus]]'' ( Lim ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'' (from Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort), alkali; [[Latin]] adjective ''lentus'' -''a'' -''um'', slow, sluggish, indifferent, unconcerned, reluctant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkalilentus'', indifferent to alkaline solution, referring to negative reaction for the flexirubin-KOH test.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009480-0}}</ref> * ''[[Ferruginibacter lapsinanis|F. lapsinanis]]'' ( Lim ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lapsus'' -''us'', slipping, sliding, gliding; [[Latin]] adjective ''inanis'', empty, void; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lapsinanis'', void of gliding motility.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009480-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fervidicella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fervidicella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Clostridiaceae]] | genus = ''Fervidicella'' | binomial_authority = Ogg and Patel 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014670-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. metallireducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fervidicella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fervidicella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fervidus'', glowing, hot, burning; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''cella'', a storeroom, chamber, and, in biology, a cell; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Fervidicella'', a glowing cell, a thermophile.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fervidicella.html|Fervidicella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fervidicella metallireducens|F. metallireducens]]'' ( Ogg and Patel 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''metallum'', metal; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back, and, in chemistry, converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''metallireducens'', reducing metal.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014670-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fervidicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fervidicoccus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Crenarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Thermoprotei]] | ordo = [[Fervidicoccales]] | familia = [[Fervidicoccaceae]] | genus = ''Fervidicoccus'' | binomial_authority = Perevalova ''et al''. 2010, (Type genus of the order ''Fervidicoccales'' Perevalova ''et al''. 2010; type genus of the family ''Fervidicoccaceae'' Perevalova ''et al''. 2010).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019042-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. fontis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fervidicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Crenarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fervidicoccus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fervidus'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)''), berry; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fervidicoccus'', coccus which grows at high temperatures.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fervidicoccus.html|Fervidicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fervidicoccus fontis|F. fontis]]'' ( Perevalova ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''fontis'', of a spring or fountain, referring to the isolation of the type strain from a terrestrial hot spring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019042-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Crenarchaeota]]


Fervidicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fervidicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Syntrophomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Fervidicola'' | binomial_authority = Ogg and Patel 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004200-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. ferrireducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fervidicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fervidicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fervidus'', glowing, burning; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola'') inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fervidicola'', inhabitant of thermal waters, a thermophilic bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fervidicola.html|Fervidicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fervidicola ferrireducens|F. ferrireducens]]'' ( Ogg and Patel 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and in chemistry converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''ferrireducens'', reducing Fe(III) to Fe(II).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004200-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fervidobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fervidobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Thermotogae]]" | classis = [[Thermotogae]] | ordo = [[Thermotogales]] | familia = [[Thermotogaceae]] | genus = ''Fervidobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Patel ''et al''. 1985<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00446741}}</ref> | type_species = F. nodosum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fervidobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Thermotogae]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fervidobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fervidus'', hot; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Fervidobacterium'', rods which grow at higher temperatures.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fervidobacterium.html|Fervidobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fervidobacterium changbaicum|F. changbaicum]]'' ( Cai ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''changbaicum'', pertaining to the isolation of the organism from the Changbai Mountains, China.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64758-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fervidobacterium gondwanense|F. gondwanense]]'' ( Andrews and Patel 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gondwanense'', pertaining to the large land mass known as Gondwana, which included Australia, Africa, India, and South America before they separated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/1/265</ref> * ''[[Fervidobacterium islandicum|F. islandicum]]'' ( Huber ''et al''. 1991, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''islandicum'', pertaining to Island, describing its place of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00423318}}</ref> * ''[[Fervidobacterium nodosum|F. nodosum]]'' ( Patel ''et al''. 1985, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''nodosum'', full of knots, knotty; intended to mean swollen.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00446741}}</ref> * ''[[Fervidobacterium pennivorans|F. pennivorans]]'' ( corrig. Friedrich and Antranikian 1999, ; [[Latin]] noun ''penna'', feather, wing; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''pennivorans'', feather-devouring (referring to the ability of the organism to degrade keratin, a protein found in feathers).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/1/1</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Thermotogae]]


Fibrella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Fibrella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Fibrella'' | binomial_authority = Filippini ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020503-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fibrella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fibrella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fibra'', a fibre or filament; [[Latin]] dim. suff. -''ella''; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Fibrella'', a small fibre, referring to the ability of the type species to produce filaments.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fibrella.html|Fibrella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fibrella aestuarina|F. aestuarina]]'' ( Filippini ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''aestuarium'', a tidal marsh; [[Latin]] suff. -''inus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''aestuarina'', belonging to a marsh, referring to the location where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020503-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fibrobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fibrobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Fibrobacteres]] | classis = [[Fibrobacteria]] | ordo = [[Fibrobacterales]] | familia = [[Fibrobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Fibrobacter'' | binomial_authority = Montgomery ''et al''. 1988<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/430</ref> | type_species = F. succinogenes | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fibrobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Fibrobacteres]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fibrobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fibra'', a fibre or filament; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod or staff; [[New Latin]] masc noun ''Fibrobacter'', bacterial rod that subsists on fiber.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fibrobacter.html|Fibrobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fibrobacter intestinalis|F. intestinalis]]'' ( Montgomery ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] noun ''intestinum'', intestines; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''intestinalis'', pertaining to the intestines, referring to the original site of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/430</ref> * ''[[Fibrobacter succinogenes|F. succinogenes]]'' ( (Hungate 1950) Montgomery ''et al''. 1988, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''succinum'', succinic acid; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''succinogenes'', succinic acid producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/430</ref> * ''[[Fibrobacter succinogenes|F. succinogenes]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''elongatus''''' corrig. Montgomery ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''elongatus'', prolonged, elongated, stretched out.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/430</ref> * ''[[Fibrobacter succinogenes|F. succinogenes]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''succinogenes''''' (Hungate 1950) Montgomery ''et al''. 1988, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''succinum'', succinic acid; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''succinogenes'', succinic acid producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/430</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Fibrobacteres]]


Filibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Filibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Planococcaceae]] | genus = ''Filibacter'' | binomial_authority = Maiden and Jones 1985<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/375</ref> | type_species = F. limicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Filibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Filibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''filum'', a thread; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Filibacter'', thread rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/filibacter.html|Filibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Filibacter limicola|F. limicola]]'' ( Maiden and Jones 1985, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''limus'', mud; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''limicola'', mud-dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/3/375</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Filifactor[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Filifactor'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Peptostreptococcaceae]] | genus = ''Filifactor'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/812</ref> | type_species = F. villosus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Filifactor''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Filifactor'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''filum'', thread; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''factor'', a maker; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Filifactor'', thread-maker.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/filifactor.html|Filifactor}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Filifactor alocis|F. alocis]]'' ( (Cato ''et al''. 1985) Jalava and Eerola 1999, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''alox'' -''okos'', a furrow; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alocis'', of a furrow, referring to its isolation from a crevice of the gums.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1375</ref> * ''[[Filifactor villosus|F. villosus]]'' ( (Love ''et al''. 1979) Collins ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''villosus'', hairy, shaggy, rough (referring to the colonial morphology).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/812</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Filimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Filimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Chitinophagaceae]] | genus = ''Filimonas'' | binomial_authority = Shiratori ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.002618-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. lacunae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Filimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Filimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''filum'', a thread; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', a unit, a monad; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Filimonas'', a thread-like monad.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/filimonas.html|Filimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Filimonas can be referred to as filimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Filimonas lacunae|F. lacunae]]'' ( Shiratori ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacunae'', of a pool, referring to the isolation of the type strain from shallow fresh water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.002618-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Filobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Filobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Filobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Schlesner ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/425</ref> | type_species = F. milosensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Filobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Filobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''filum'', thread; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Filobacillus'', a thread-like rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/filobacillus.html|Filobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Filobacillus milosensis|F. milosensis]]'' ( corrig. Schlesner ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''milosensis'', from the island Milos, Greece, where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/51/3/795</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Filomicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Filomicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Hyphomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Filomicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Schlesner 1988<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref> | type_species = F. fusiforme | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Filomicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Filomicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''filum'', thread; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Filomicrobium'', thread-like microbe.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/filomicrobium.html|Filomicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Filomicrobium fusiforme|F. fusiforme]]'' ( Schlesner 1988, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''fusus'', spindle; [[Latin]] adjective suffix -''formis'' -''is'' -''e'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''fusiforme'', spindle-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/2/220</ref> * ''[[Filomicrobium insigne|F. insigne]]'' ( Wu ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''insigne'', distinguished by a mark, remarkable, extraordinary, referring to the remarkable phylogenetic relationship between the type strain and members of the genera ''Hyphomicrobium'' and ''Filomicrobium''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65758-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Finegoldia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Finegoldia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Finegoldia'' | binomial_authority = Murdoch and Shah 2000<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1999.0197}}</ref> | type_species = F. magna | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Finegoldia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Finegoldia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Finegoldia'', name after Sydney M. Finegold, an American microbiologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/finegoldia.html|Finegoldia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Finegoldia magna|F. magna]]'' ( (Prévot 1933) Murdoch and Shah 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''magna'', large.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1999.0197}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Flagellimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flagellimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Flagellimonas'' | binomial_authority = Bae ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64565-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. eckloniae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flagellimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flagellimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''flagellum'', a whip and in bacteriology, a flagellum; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Flagellimonas'', a bacterium motile by means of a flagellum which is unusual for a member of the family ''Flavobacteriaceae''.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flagellimonas.html|Flagellimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Flagellimonas can be referred to as flagellimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flagellimonas eckloniae|F. eckloniae]]'' ( Bae ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''Ecklonia'', scientific genus name of the marine alga from which the bacterium was isolated; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''eckloniae'', of ''Ecklonia''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64565-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flammeovirga[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flammeovirga'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flammeovirgaceae]] | genus = ''Flammeovirga'' | binomial_authority = Nakagawa ''et al''. 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64324-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. aprica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flammeovirga''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flammeovirga'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flammeus'', flame-colored; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''virga'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''flammeovirga'', fire-colored rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flammeovirga.html|Flammeovirga}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Flammeovirga aprica|F. aprica]]'' ( (Reichenbach 1989) Nakagawa ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''aprica'', exposed to the sun, growing in the sunshine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64324-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flammeovirga arenaria|F. arenaria]]'' ( (''ex'' Lewin 1969) Takahashi ''et al''. 2006, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''arenaria'', of or pertaining to sand, referring to the source of the organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64324-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flammeovirga kamogawensis|F. kamogawensis]]'' ( Hosoya and Yokota 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''kamogawensis'', pertaining to Kamogawa, Japan, from where the organisms were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64977-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flammeovirga yaeyamensis|F. yaeyamensis]]'' ( Takahashi ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''yaeyamensis'', of or belonging to the Yaeyama Islands, from where the organisms were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64324-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flavihumibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flavihumibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Chitinophagaceae]] | genus = ''Flavihumibacter'' | binomial_authority = Zhang ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011957-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. petaseus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flavihumibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flavihumibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[Latin]] noun ''humus'', soil; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flavihumibacter'', a yellow, rod-shaped bacterium from soil.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flavihumibacter.html|Flavihumibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flavihumibacter petaseus|F. petaseus]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''petasus'', hat; [[Latin]] adjective suff. -''eus'' -''ea'' -''eum'', suffix used with various meanings; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''petaseus'', belonging to a hat, referring to the formation of hat-shaped colonies.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011957-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flavimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flavimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Pseudomonadales]] | familia = [[Pseudomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Flavimonas'' | binomial_authority = Holmes ''et al''. 1987<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/3/245</ref> | type_species = F. oryzihabitans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flavimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flavimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Flavimonas'', a yellow unit.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flavimonas.html|Flavimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Flavimonas can be referred to as flavimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flavimonas oryzihabitans|F. oryzihabitans]]'' ( (Kodama ''et al''. 1985) Holmes ''et al''. 1987, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] noun ''oryza'', rice; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''habitans'', inhabiting, dwelling; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''oryzihabitans'', rice-inhabiting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/3/245</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Flaviramulus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flaviramulus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Flaviramulus'' | binomial_authority = Einen and Øvreås 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64404-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flaviramulus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flaviramulus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] dim. noun ''ramulus'', small branch; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flaviramulus'', small yellow branch.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flaviramulus.html|Flaviramulus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flaviramulus basaltis|F. basaltis]]'' ( Einen and Øvreås 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''basaltis'', of basalt, pertaining to the source of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64404-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flavisolibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flavisolibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Chitinophagaceae]] | genus = ''Flavisolibacter'' | binomial_authority = Yoon and Im 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65011-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. ginsengiterrae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flavisolibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flavisolibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flavisolibacter'', a yellow, rod-shaped bacterium from soil.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flavisolibacter.html|Flavisolibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Flavisolibacter ginsengisoli|F. ginsengisoli]]'' ( Yoon and Im 2007, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''solum'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengisoli'', of soil from a ginseng field.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65011-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavisolibacter ginsengiterrae|F. ginsengiterrae]]'' ( Yoon and Im 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''ginsengum'', ginseng; [[Latin]] noun ''terra'', soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ginsengiterrae'', of soil from a ginseng field.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65011-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flavobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flavobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Flavobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Flavobacteriaceae'' Reichenbach ''et al''. 1992).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = F. aquatile | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flavobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flavobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod or staff and, in biology, a bacterium (so called because the first ones observed were rod-shaped); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Flavobacterium'', a yellow bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flavobacterium.html|Flavobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 95 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Flavobacterium acidificum|F. acidificum]]'' ( Steinhaus 1941, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour; [[Latin]] v. ''facere'', to make; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acidificum'', making acid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium acidurans|F. acidurans]]'' ( Millar 1973, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''durans'', resisting; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acididurans'', acid-resisting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium algicola|F. algicola]]'' ( Miyashita ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''alga'', seaweed, alga; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''algicola'', a alga-dweller.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009365-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium anhuiense|F. anhuiense]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''anhuiense'', pertaining to Anhui, the province where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65536-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium antarcticum|F. antarcticum]]'' ( Yi ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''antarcticum'', southern, and, by extension, pertaining to Antarctica.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/637</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium aquatile|F. aquatile]]'' ( (Frankland and Frankland 1889) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aquatile'', living, growing, or found in water, aquatic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium aquidurense|F. aquidurense]]'' ( Cousin ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''aqua'', water; [[Latin]] adjective ''durus'', hard; [[Latin]] suff. -''ensis'' -is -''e'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to or coming from; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aquidurense'', pertaining to hard water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64556-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium balustinum|F. balustinum]]'' ( Harrison 1929, ''species''.; Etymology uncertain but possibly derived from [[Latin]] noun ''balux'', gold sand or gold dust, probably in reference to the bright yellow color.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium beibuense|F. beibuense]]'' ( Fu ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''beibuense'', referring to Beibu Gulf in the China Sea, the site where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018846-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium branchiophilum|F. branchiophilum]]'' ( corrig. Wakabayashi ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''branchion'', gill; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''branchiophilum'', gill loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/3/213</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium breve|F. breve]]'' ( (''ex'' Lustig 1890) Holmes and Owen 1982, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''breve'', short.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/233</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium caeni|F. caeni]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''caeni'', of sludge.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010603-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium capsulatum|F. capsulatum]]'' ( Leifson 1962, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''capsula'', a small box or chest; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''atum'', suffix denoting provided with; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''capsulatum'', with a chest, capsuled.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium cauense|F. cauense]]'' ( Qu ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''cauense'', pertaining to CAU, the acronym of the China Agricultural University, where taxonomic studies were performed.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009688-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium ceti|F. ceti]]'' ( Vela ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] noun ''cetus'', whale; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ceti'', of a whale.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65154-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium cheniae|F. cheniae]]'' ( Qu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cheniae'', of Chen, named in honour of Professor Wen-Xin Chen, for her contribution to environmental microbiology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65586-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium chungangense|F. chungangense]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''chungangense'', pertaining to Chung-Ang University, Korea, where the type strain of the species was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007955-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium columnare|F. columnare]]'' ( (Bernardet and Grimont 1989) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''columnare'', rising in the form of a pillar, referring to the shape of the aggregates formed by the bacteria on external lesions of infected fish.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium croceum|F. croceum]]'' ( Park ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''croceum'', saffron-colored, yellow, golden.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64436-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium cucumis|F. cucumis]]'' ( Weon ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cucumis'', of the cucumber, referring to the isolation source of the type strain, a soil cultivated with cucumber plants.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64935-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium daejeonense|F. daejeonense]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''daejeonense'', pertaining to Daejeon, a city in Korea, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64243-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium defluvii|F. defluvii]]'' ( Park ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''defluvii'', of sewage.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64669-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium degerlachei|F. degerlachei]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''degerlachei'', of de Gerlache, named in honour of Adrian de Gerlache (the Belgian  pioneer who conducted the first scientific expedition to Antarctica in 1897-1899).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/85</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium denitrificans|F. denitrificans]]'' ( Horn ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/1255</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium devorans|F. devorans]]'' ( (Zimmermann 1890) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''devorans'', devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium dongtanense|F. dongtanense]]'' ( Xiao ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''dongtanense'', pertaining to Dongtan, a wetland region in Chongming Island, Shanghai, China, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.022301-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium esteraromaticum|F. esteraromaticum]]'' ( (Omelianski 1923) Bergey ''et al''. 1930, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''ester'', ester; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aromaticum'', aromatic, fragrant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''esteraromaticum'', smelling sweet due to esters.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium ferrugineum|F. ferrugineum]]'' ( Sickles and Shaw 1934, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ferrugineum'', rust-coloured.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium filum|F. filum]]'' ( Ryu ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''filum'' (nominative in apposition), a thread, a ''Flavobacterium'' species called the thread.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65138-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium flevense|F. flevense]]'' ( (van der Meulen ''et al''. 1974) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] noun ''Flevum'', a former inner sea in the central part of The Netherlands which is now a freshwater lake called IJsselmeer; [[Latin]] suff. -''ensis'' -''is'' -''e'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to or coming from; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''flevense'', pertaining to ''Flevum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium fluvii|F. fluvii]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''fluvii'', of a river, of a stream.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010850-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium frigidarium|F. frigidarium]]'' ( Humphry ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''frigidarium'', of or for cooling, intended to mean belonging to the cold.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1235</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium frigidimaris|F. frigidimaris]]'' ( Nogi ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''frigidus'', cold; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''maris'', of the sea; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''frigidimaris'', of a cold sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2005.01.001}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium frigoris|F. frigoris]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''frigor'', cold; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''frigoris'', of the cold.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/85</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium fryxellicola|F. fryxellicola]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Fryxellum'', Lake Fryxell; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller, inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun (nominative in apposition) ''fryxellicola'', an inhabitant of Lake Fryxell.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/769</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium gelidilacus|F. gelidilacus]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''gelidus'', ice-cold; [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'' -''us'', lake; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''gelidilacus'', of the ice-cold lake, referring to the isolation source, microbial mats in Antarctic lakes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1241</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium gillisiae|F. gillisiae]]'' ( McCammon and Bowman 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''gillisiae'', of Gillis, named after Monique Gillis, a Belgian microbiologist who pioneered new techniques for bacterial taxonomy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1055</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium glaciei|F. glaciei]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''glaciei'', of ice, referring to the isolation source, the China No.1 glacier.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64564-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium gleum|F. gleum]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 1984, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gloion'', slippery, sticky; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gleum'' (''sic''), sticky.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/1/21</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium glycines|F. glycines]]'' ( Madhaiyan ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Glycine'', a botanical genus name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''glycines'', of ''Glycine'' ''max'', from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014019-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium gondwanense|F. gondwanense]]'' ( Dobson ''et al''. 1993, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gondwanense'', pertaining to Gondwanaland or Gondwana, one of the two ancient supercontinents, which originally included Antarctica and other, separate continental landmasses.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/1/77</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium granuli|F. granuli]]'' ( Aslam ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''granuli'', of a small grain, pertaining to a granule, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/747</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium halmophilum|F. halmophilum]]'' ( corrig. Elazari-Volcani 1940, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''halmē'', brine, seawater; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''halmophilum'', seawater loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium haoranii|F. haoranii]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''haoranii'', of Hao-Ran, in honour of Hao-Ran Jian, a respected Chinese microbiologist, for his enormous contributions to the establishment and development of environmental microbiology in China.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020776-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium heparinum|F. heparinum]]'' ( Payza and Korn 1956, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hēpar'', liver; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''heparinum'', of or pertaining to degradation of heparin, acidic mucoheteropolysaccharide with sulfate groups from various animal tissues.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium hercynium|F. hercynium]]'' ( Cousin ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hercynium'', pertaining to ''Hercynia'', the Roman name for a mountain range, including the Harz Mountains, that forms the southern border of the North German plain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64556-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium hibernum|F. hibernum]]'' ( McCammon ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''hibernum'', of or belonging to winter.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1405</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium hydatis|F. hydatis]]'' ( Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hûdor'', water; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hydatis'', of/from water.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium indicum|F. indicum]]'' ( Saha and Chakrabarti 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indicum'', pertaining to India, where the bacterial strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64309-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium indologenes|F. indologenes]]'' ( Yabuuchi ''et al''. 1983, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''indolum'', indole; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indologenes'', indole producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/3/580</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium indoltheticum|F. indoltheticum]]'' ( Campbell and Williams 1951, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''indolum'', indole; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thetikos'' -''ē'' -''on'', positive; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''indoltheticum'' (''sic''), indole-positive.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium johnsoniae|F. johnsoniae]]'' ( corrig. (Stanier 1947) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''johnsoniae'', of Johnson, named after the American microbiologist Delia E. Johnson, who made an early study of chitinolytic gliding soil bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium limicola|F. limicola]]'' ( Tamaki ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] noun ''limus'', mud; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''limicola'', a mud-dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/2/519</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium lindanitolerans|F. lindanitolerans]]'' ( Jit ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''lindanum'', lindane; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''lindanitolerans'', lindane-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65578-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium marinotypicum|F. marinotypicum]]'' ( ZoBell and Upham 1944, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea, marine; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''typicum'', typical; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''marinotypicum'', probably intended to mean typical of the sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium meningosepticum|F. meningosepticum]]'' ( King 1959, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''meninx'' ''meningos'', meninges, membrane covering the brain; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''septikos'', putrefactive; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''meningosepticum'', apparently referring to association of the bacterium with both ''meningitis'' and ''septicaemia'', but not septic meningitis as the name implies.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium micromati|F. micromati]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''micromati'', arbitrary name referring to the MICROMAT project (“Biodiversity of microbial mats in Antarctic”) in connection with which the strains were isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/1/85</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium mizutaii|F. mizutaii]]'' ( (Yabuuchi ''et al''. 1983) Holmes ''et al''. 1988, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''mizutaii'', of Mizuta, named after Shunsuke Mizuta, Japanese pediatrician, who first reported a case of meningitis in a premature baby from whose spinal fluid the type strain of the species was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/348</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium multivorum|F. multivorum]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 1981, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''multus'', many; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to swallow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''multivorum'', intended to mean "produces acid from many carbohydrates".)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/1/21</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium oceanosedimentum|F. oceanosedimentum]]'' ( Carty and Litchfield 1978, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''okeanos'', the ocean; [[Latin]] noun ''sedimentum'', a settling, subsidence; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''oceanosedimentum'', intended to mean from marine sediments.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium odoratum|F. odoratum]]'' ( Stutzer 1929, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''odoratum'', perfumed.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium okeanokoites|F. okeanokoites]]'' ( ZoBell and Upham 1944, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''okeanos'', the ocean; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''choite'', bed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''okeanokoites'', of the ocean bed.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium omnivorum|F. omnivorum]]'' ( Zhu ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] noun ''omne'' -''is'', everything; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'' to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''omnivorum'', eating everything, referring to the ability of the strain to degrade a wide range of macromolecules.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/853</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium pectinovorum|F. pectinovorum]]'' ( (Reichenbach 1989) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''pectinum'', pectin, methylated polygalacturonic acids in plant cell walls; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''pectinovorum'', pectin-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium ponti|F. ponti]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ponti'' (poet. for ''maris''), of the sea, referring to the place that the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017582-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium psychrolimnae|F. psychrolimnae]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''limna'', lake; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''psychrolimnae'', of a cold lake.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/769</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium psychrophilum|F. psychrophilum]]'' ( (Bernardet and Grimont 1989) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''psychrophilum'', cold-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium reichenbachii|F. reichenbachii]]'' ( Ali ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''reichenbachii'', of Reichenbach, named after Hans Reichenbach, a famous German microbiologist, who pioneered the study of gliding bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008771-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium resinovorum|F. resinovorum]]'' ( Delaporte and Daste 1956, ''species''.;: [[Latin]] noun ''resina'', resin or gum of trees; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''resinovorum'', resin-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium resistens|F. resistens]]'' ( Ryu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''resistens'', resisting, based on the type strain being resistant to all antibiotics tested.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65720-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium rivuli|F. rivuli]]'' ( Ali ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''rivuli'', of/from a small river.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008771-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium saccharophilum|F. saccharophilum]]'' ( (Reichenbach 1989) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharophilum'', sugar-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium salegens|F. salegens]]'' ( Dobson ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''egens'', needy, necessitous; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''salegens'', needing salt.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/1/77</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium saliperosum|F. saliperosum]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''perosus'' -''a'' -''um'', detesting, hating greatly; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saliperosum'', salt-hating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64065-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium sasangense|F. sasangense]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2009, (not validly published; see the footnote).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''sasangense'', pertaining to the Sasang stream, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.004978-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium scophthalmum|F. scophthalmum]]'' ( Mudarris ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Scophthalmus'', scientific name of a genus that encompasses the turbot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''scophthalmum'' (''sic''), pertaining to turbot.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/447</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium segetis|F. segetis]]'' ( Yi and Chun 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''segetis'', of the soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64164-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium sinopsychrotolerans|F. sinopsychrotolerans]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Medieval Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sinae'', of China; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sinopsychrotolerans'', Chinese and cold-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014126-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium soli|F. soli]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64119-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium spiritivorum|F. spiritivorum]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 1982, ; [[Latin]] noun ''spiritus'', spirit; [[Latin]] adjective suff. -''vorus'', devouring, eating; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''spiritivorum'', spirit-devouring, intended to refer to the ability of the organism to attack spirits, i.e., alcohol, producing acid in the process.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/157</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium subsaxonicum|F. subsaxonicum]]'' ( Ali ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] prep. ''sub'', low, below, under; [[New Latin]] adjective ''saxonicus'' -''a'' -''um'', pertaining to Saxony; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''subsaxonicum'', pertaining to Lower Saxony.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008771-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium succinicans|F. succinicans]]'' ( (Reichenbach 1989) Bernardet ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''succinicum'' (derived from [[Latin]] noun ''succinum'', amber), succinic acid; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''succinicans'', intended to mean forming succinic acid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/128</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium suncheonense|F. suncheonense]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''suncheonense'', pertaining to Suncheon, a city in Korea, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64243-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium swingsii|F. swingsii]]'' ( Ali ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''swingsii'', of Swings, named after Jean Swings, a famous Belgian microbiologist and former President of the World Federation of Culture Collections.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008771-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium tegetincola|F. tegetincola]]'' ( McCammon and Bowman 2000, ; [[Latin]] noun ''teges'' –''etis'', a mat or covering; [[Latin]] noun ''incola'', dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''tegetincola'' (nominative in apposition), a mat-dweller, pertaining to the cyanobacterial mat habitat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1055</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium terrae|F. terrae]]'' ( Weon ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''terrae'', of the soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64935-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium terrigena|F. terrigena]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''terrigena'', child of the earth, referring to the isolation of the type strain from soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64776-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium thalpophilum|F. thalpophilum]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 1983, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thalpos'', warmth, heat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thalpophilum'', warmth-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/677</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium thermophilum|F. thermophilum]]'' ( Loginova and Egorova 1982, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''thermophilum'', heat-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/266</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium tiangeerense|F. tiangeerense]]'' ( Xin ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tiangeerense'', pertaining to the mountain Tiangeer (meaning ‘close to the sky’ in Mongolian language), the location of the China No. 1 glacier, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007906-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium uliginosum|F. uliginosum]]'' ( ZoBell and Upham 1944, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''uliginosum'', moist, marshy.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flavobacterium weaverense|F. weaverense]]'' ( Yi and Chun 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''weaverense'', pertaining to the Weaver Peninsula in the Antarctic, the geographical origin of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64164-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium xanthum|F. xanthum]]'' ( (''ex'' Inoue and Komagata 1976) McCammon and Bowman 2000, , nom. rev.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''xanthos'', yellow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''xanthum'', yellow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1055</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium xinjiangense|F. xinjiangense]]'' ( Zhu ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''xinjiangense'', pertaining to Xinjiang, an autonomous region in North-West China from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/853</ref> * ''[[Flavobacterium yabuuchiae|F. yabuuchiae]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 1988, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''yabuuchiae'', of Yabuuchi, named in honor of Eiko Yabuuchi.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/348</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flavonifractor[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flavonifractor'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Flavonifractor'' | binomial_authority = Carlier ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016725-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. plautii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flavonifractor''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flavonifractor'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''flavonum'', flavone; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''fractor'', breaker; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flavonifractor'', flavone-breaker.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flavonifractor.html|Flavonifractor}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flavonifractor plautii|F. plautii]]'' ( (Séguin 1928) Carlier ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''plautii'', of Plaut; named for H.C. Plaut, the bacteriologist who first described this organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016725-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Flectobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flectobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Flectobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Larkin ''et al''. 1977, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = F. major | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flectobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flectobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] v. ''flecto'', to bend, to curve; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', a little staff, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flectobacillus'' (''sic''), little curved rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flectobacillus.html|Flectobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Flectobacillus glomeratus|F. glomeratus]]'' ( McGuire ''et al''. 1988, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] participle adjective ''glomeratus'', (from [[Latin]] v. ''glomerare'', to form into ball, glomerate), formed into a ball, glomerated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/38/1/136</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flectobacillus lacus|F. lacus]]'' ( Hwang and Cho 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacus'', of a lake or pond, referring to the isolation of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64071-0}}</ref> * ''[[Flectobacillus major|F. major]]'' ( (Gromov 1963) Larkin ''et al''. 1977, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] comp. adjective ''major'' (comp. of ''magnus''), larger.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flectobacillus marinus|F. marinus]]'' ( (Raj 1976) Borrall and Larkin 1978, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea, marine.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flectobacillus roseus|F. roseus]]'' ( Sheu ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''roseus'', rose-coloured, pink.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009738-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flexibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flexibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cytophagaceae]] | genus = ''Flexibacter'' | binomial_authority = Soriano 1945, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = F. flexilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flexibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flexibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] participle adjective ''flexus'' (from. [[Latin]] v. ''flecto''), bent, winding; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flexibacter'', intended to mean flexible rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flexibacter.html|Flexibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 17 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Flexibacter aggregans|F. aggregans]]'' ( (Lewin 1969) Leadbetter 1974, ''species''.; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''aggregans'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''aggrego''), adding to, aggregating, forming clumps.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64798-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter aurantiacus|F. aurantiacus]]'' ( Lewin 1969, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective <em>aurantiacus</em>, orange-coloured.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter canadensis|F. canadensis]]'' ( Christensen 1980, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''canadensis'', of or belonging to Canada, from where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/2/429</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter columnaris|F. columnaris]]'' ( (''ex'' Davis 1922) Bernardet and Grimont 1989, , nom. rev.;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''columnaris'', rising in the form of a pillar, referring to the shape of the aggregates formed by the bacteria on external lesions of infected fish.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/3/346</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter elegans|F. elegans]]'' ( (''ex'' Lewin 1969, non Soriano 1945) Reichenbach 1989, , nom. rev.;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''elegans'', nice, elegant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter filiformis|F. filiformis]]'' ( (''ex'' Solntseva 1940) Reichenbach 1989, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] noun ''filum'', a thread; [[Latin]] suff. -''formis'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''filiformis'', thread-shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter flexilis|F. flexilis]]'' ( Soriano 1945, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;  [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''flexilis'', pliable, flexible.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter japonensis|F. japonensis]]'' ( Fujita ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''japonensis'', pertaining to Japan.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002849900080}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter litoralis|F. litoralis]]'' ( Lewin 1969, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''litoralis'', of or belonging to the sea-shore.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter maritimus|F. maritimus]]'' ( Wakabayashi ''et al''. 1986, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''maritimus'', of the sea, maritime.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/3/396</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter ovolyticus|F. ovolyticus]]'' ( Hansen ''et al''. 1992, ; [[Latin]] noun ''ovum'', egg; [[New Latin]] adjective ''lyticus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'' -''ē'' -''on''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ovolyticus'', egg dissolving, egg damaging.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/3/451</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter polymorphus|F. polymorphus]]'' ( Lewin 1974, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''polymorphus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''polumorphos'' -''on''), multiform, variable in form, of irregular shape.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter psychrophilus|F. psychrophilus]]'' ( (''ex'' Borg 1960) Bernardet and Grimont 1989, nom. rev., ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''psychrophilus'', cold-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/3/346</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter roseolus|F. roseolus]]'' ( Lewin 1969, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''roseus'', rose-colored; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''olus'', diminutive ending; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] dim. adjective ''roseolus'', intended to mean with a rosy tinge.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter ruber|F. ruber]]'' ( Lewin 1969, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ruber'', red.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Flexibacter sancti|F. sancti]]'' ( Lewin 1969, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sancti'', of a saint; named perhaps in honor of Dr. <u>Santos</u> Soriano, from whose laboratory the type strain was supplied (etymology is not clear!).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Flexibacter tractuosus|F. tractuosus]]'' ( (Lewin 1969) Leadbetter 1974, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''tractuosus'', that draws to itself; intended to mean drawn or clumped together.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Flexistipes[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Flexistipes'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Deferribacteres]]" | classis = [[Deferribacteres]] | ordo = [[Deferribacterales]] | familia = [[Deferribacteraceae]] | genus = ''Flexistipes'' | binomial_authority = Fiala ''et al''. 2000<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00423320}}</ref> | type_species = F. sinusarabici | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flexistipes''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Deferribacteres]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flexistipes'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''flexus'', a bending, turning, winding; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''stipes'', a branch of a tree, stick; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Flexistipes'', the flexible stick.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flexistipes.html|Flexistipes}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flexistipes sinusarabici|F. sinusarabici]]'' ( Fiala ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''sinus'', a curve or fold in land, a gulf; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''arabicus'', arabic; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sinusarabici'', of the Arabic gulf, of the Red Sea, describing the place of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00423320}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Deferribacteres]]


Flexithrix[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Flexithrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flammeovirgaceae]] | genus = ''Flexithrix'' | binomial_authority = Lewin 1970, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64798-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. dorotheae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Flexithrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Flexithrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] participle adjective ''flexus'', flexible; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Flexithrix'', flexible hair (flexible rod).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/flexithrix.html|Flexithrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Flexithrix dorotheae|F. dorotheae]]'' ( Lewin 1970, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''dorotheae'', of Dorothy, named after Mrs. Dorothy White, a technical assistant.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64798-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fluoribacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for authority --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Fluoribacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Legionellales]] | familia = [[Legionellaceae]] | genus = ''Fluoribacter'' | type_species = F. bozemanae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fluoribacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fluoribacter'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''fluorum'', fluor (because of the fluorescence of this organism); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fluoribacter'', fluorescent rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fluoribacter.html|Fluoribacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fluoribacter bozemanae|F. bozemanae]]'' ( Garrity ''et al''. 1980, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''bozemanae'', of Bozeman, named after F. Marilyn Bozeman, the microbiologist who isolated and first studied the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/4/609</ref> * ''[[Fluoribacter dumoffii|F. dumoffii]]'' ( (Brenner ''et al''. 1980) Brown ''et al''. 1981, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''dumoffii'', of Dumoff, named after Morris Dumoff, who first isolated [[Latin]] pneumophila directly on bacteriologic media.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/2/111</ref> * ''[[Fluoribacter gormanii|F. gormanii]]'' ( (Morris ''et al''. 1980) Brown ''et al''. 1981, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''gormanii'', of Gorman; named after G.W. Gorman, who isolated and first studied the organism and pioneered in the isolation of legionellae from environmental and clinical sources.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/2/111</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fluviicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fluviicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cryomorphaceae]] | genus = ''Fluviicola'' | binomial_authority = O'Sullivan ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/2189</ref> | type_species = F. taffensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fluviicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fluviicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''fluvius'', river; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fluviicola'', river dweller.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fluviicola.html|Fluviicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fluviicola taffensis|F. taffensis]]'' ( O'Sullivan ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''taffensis'', pertaining to the River Taff, a river in Wales.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/2189</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fodinibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fodinibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Intrasporangiaceae]] | genus = ''Fodinibacter'' | binomial_authority = Wang ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006882-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. luteus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fodinibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fodinibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fodina'', mine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fodinibacter'', rod bacterium isolated from a mine.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fodinibacter.html|Fodinibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fodinibacter luteus|F. luteus]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''luteus'', orange–yellow, referring to the colony colour.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006882-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Fodinicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fodinicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Frankineae]] | familia = [[Cryptosporangiaceae]] | genus = ''Fodinicola'' | binomial_authority = Carlsohn ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65512-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. feengrottensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fodinicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fodinicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''fodina'', a pit, mine; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fodinicola'', a mine dweller.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fodinicola.html|Fodinicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fodinicola feengrottensis|F. feengrottensis]]'' ( Carlsohn ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''feengrottensis'', of or pertaining to the Thuringian cave Feengrotten, the origin of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65512-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Fodinicurvata[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fodinicurvata'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Rhodospirillaceae]] | genus = ''Fodinicurvata'' | binomial_authority = Wang ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009340-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. sediminis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fodinicurvata''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fodinicurvata'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fodina'', mine; [[Latin]] adjective ''curvatus'' -''a'' -''um'', curved; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ([[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective used as a substantive) ''Fodinicurvata'', curved-shaped bacterium isolated from a mine.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fodinicurvata.html|Fodinicurvata}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fodinicurvata fenggangensis|F. fenggangensis]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''fenggangensis'', of or belonging to Fenggang, the locality of the salt mine from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009340-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fodinicurvata sediminis|F. sediminis]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''sedimen'' -''inis'', sediment; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sediminis'', of sediment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.009340-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fontibacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Fontibacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Paenibacillaceae]] | genus = ''Fontibacillus'' | binomial_authority = Saha ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012633-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. aquaticus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fontibacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fontibacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''fons'' ''fontis'', a spring, fountain; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fontibacillus'', a rod-shaped bacterium isolated from a spring.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fontibacillus.html|Fontibacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fontibacillus aquaticus|F. aquaticus]]'' ( Saha ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aquaticus'', living, growing, or found in or by water, aquatic, referring to the isolation of the type strain from water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.012633-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fontibacillus panacisegetis|F. panacisegetis]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Panax'' -''acis'', scientific name of ginseng; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''segetis'', of the soil; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''panacisegetis'', of soil of a ginseng field.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019620-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fontibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fontibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Cyclobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Fontibacter'' | binomial_authority = Kämpfer ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017210-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. flavus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fontibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fontibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''fons'' ''fontis'', a spring; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fontibacter'', a rod isolated from a spring sample.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fontibacter.html|Fontibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fontibacter flavus|F. flavus]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''flavus'', yellow.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017210-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Formivibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Formivibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Neisseriales]] | familia = [[Neisseriaceae]] | genus = ''Formivibrio'' | binomial_authority = Tanaka ''et al''. 1991<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00244967}}</ref> | type_species = F. citricus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Formivibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Formivibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''formicum'', formic acid; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''vibrio'', that which vibrates, and also a bacterial genus name of bacteria possessing a curved rod shape (''Vibrio''); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Formivibrio'', the formic acid forming vibrio.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/formivibrio.html|Formivibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Formivibrio citricus|F. citricus]]'' ( Tanaka ''et al''. 1991, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''citricum'', citric acid; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''citricus'', pertaining to citric acid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00244967}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Formosa[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Formosa'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Formosa'' | binomial_authority = Ivanova ''et al''. 2004<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63875-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. algae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Formosa''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Formosa'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ([[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective used as a substantive) ''Formosa'', finely formed, beautiful, handsome.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/formosa.html|Formosa}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Formosa agariphila|F. agariphila]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''agarum'', agar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''agariphila'', agar-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63875-0}}</ref> * ''[[Formosa algae|F. algae]]'' ( Ivanova ''et al''. 2004, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''algae'' of an alga, pertaining to the source of isolation, brown algae.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63875-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Formosa spongicola|F. spongicola]]'' ( Yoon and Oh 2011, ; [[Latin]] ''spongia'', a sponge; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]]/[[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suffix noun -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola'') inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun (nominative in apposition) ''spongicola'', inhabitant of sponges.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.023499-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Francisella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Francisella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Thiotrichales]] | familia = [[Francisellaceae]] | genus = ''Francisella'' | binomial_authority = Dorofe'ev 1947, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Francisellaceae'' Sjöstedt 2005).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015941-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. tularensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Francisella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Francisella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Francisella'', named after Edward Francis, American bacteriologist, who extensively studied the etiologic agent and pathogenesis of tularemia and is credited with naming the disease.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/francisella.html|Francisella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Francisella hispaniensis|F. hispaniensis]]'' ( Huber ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hispaniensis'', of or belonging to ''Hispania'', the Latin name for Spain, the country where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015941-0}}</ref> * ''[[Francisella noatunensis|F. noatunensis]]'' ( (Mikalsen ''et al''. 2007) Ottem ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''noatun'', enclosure of ships, the coastal abode of the Norse god of fisheries and seamanship; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suffix -''ensis'', suffix meaning belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''noatunensis'', belonging to the coast/sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016253-0}}</ref> * ''[[Francisella noatunensis|F. noatunensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''noatunensis''''' (Mikalsen ''et al''. 2007) Ottem ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''noatun'', enclosure of ships, the coastal abode of the Norse god of fisheries and seamanship; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suffix -''ensis'', suffix meaning belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''noatunensis'', belonging to the coast/sea.)<ref></ref><!-- Manual check required due to parse error for doi! --> * ''[[Francisella noatunensis|F. noatunensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''orientalis''''' Ottem ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''orientalis'', of or belonging to the East, referring to where the type strain was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016253-0}}</ref> * ''[[Francisella novicida|F. novicida]]'' ( (Larson ''et al''. 1955) Olsufiev ''et al''. 1959, ''species''.; [[Latin]] adjective ''novus'', new; [[Latin]] suff. -''cida'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''caedo'', to cut, kill), killer; [[New Latin]] noun ''novicida'', new killer.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015941-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Francisella philomiragia|F. philomiragia]]'' ( (Jensen ''et al''. 1969) Hollis ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] noun ''miragium'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''miro'' or ''miror'', to wonder or marvel at, to be astonished or amazed at a thing; to admire); mirage; [[New Latin]] noun ''philomiragia'', a friend of mirages, loving mirages, because of the mirages observed in the area where the first isolations of this species were made.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/40/1/105</ref> * ''[[Francisella philomiragia|F. philomiragia]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''noatunensis''''' Mikalsen ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''noatun'', enclosure of ships, the coastal abode of the Norse god of fisheries and seamanship; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suffix -''ensis'', suffix meaning belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''noatunensis'', belonging to the coast/sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64765-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Francisella philomiragia|F. philomiragia]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''philomiragia''''' (Jensen ''et al''. 1969) Hollis ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] noun ''miragium'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''miro'' or ''miror'', to wonder or marvel at, to be astonished or amazed at a thing; to admire); mirage; [[New Latin]] noun ''philomiragia'', a friend of mirages, loving mirages, because of the mirages observed in the area where the first isolations of this species were made.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64765-0}}</ref> * ''[[Francisella tularensis|F. tularensis]]'' ( (McCoy and Chapin 1912) Dorofe'ev 1947, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tularensis'', pertaining to Tulare County, California, where the disease was first described in rodents.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Francisella tularensis|F. tularensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''holarctica''''' (''ex'' Olsufjev ''et al''. 1959) Olsufjev and Meshcheryakova 1983, , nom. rev.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''holos'', whole, entire; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''arctica'', northern, arctic; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''holarctica'', generally distributed in the arctic regions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/872</ref> * ''[[Francisella tularensis|F. tularensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''mediasiatica''''' (''ex'' Aikimbaev 1966) Olsufjev and Meshcheryakova 1983, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] adjective ''medius'', middle; [[Latin]] adjective ''asiaticus'', pertaining to Asia, Asian; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mediasiatica'', pertaining to mid-Asia.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/872</ref> * ''[[Francisella tularensis|F. tularensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''novicida''''' (Larson ''et al''. 1955) Huber ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''novus'', new; [[Latin]] suff. -''cida'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''caedo'', to cut, kill), killer; [[New Latin]] noun ''novicida'', new killer.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015941-0}}</ref> * ''[[Francisella tularensis|F. tularensis]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''tularensis''''' (McCoy and Chapin 1912) Dorofe'ev 1947, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tularensis'', pertaining to Tulare County, California, where the disease was first described in rodents.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/872</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Frankia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Frankia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Frankineae]] | familia = [[Frankiaceae]] | genus = ''Frankia'' | binomial_authority = Brunchorst 1886, ''genus''. (Type genus of the suborder ''Frankineae'' Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1997; type genus of the family ''Frankiaceae'' Becking 1970 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = F. alni | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Frankia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Frankia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Frankia'', named after Albert Bernhard Frank (1839–1900), a Swiss plant biologist, who studied extensively nitrogen nutrition in legumes and the micro-organisms causing root nodulation from 1877 to 1892 and who coined the term "symbiosis".<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/frankia.html|Frankia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Frankia alni|F. alni]]'' ( (Woronin 1866) Von Tubeuf 1895, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''alnus'', the alder and also a genus name (''Alnus''); [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alni'', of the alder (or of ''Alnus'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Frateuria[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Frateuria'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Xanthomonadales]] | familia = [[Xanthomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Frateuria'' | binomial_authority = Swings ''et al''. 1980<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021618-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. aurantia | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Frateuria''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Frateuria'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Frateuria'', named after Joseph Frateur (1903-1974), eminent Belgian microbiologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/frateuria.html|Frateuria}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Frateuria aurantia|F. aurantia]]'' ( (''ex'' Kondō and Ameyama 1958) Swings ''et al''. 1980, nom. rev., (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''aurantia'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''auro'', to overlay with gold), gold colored, refers to the gold-yellow color of the strains on MYP agar.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/3/547</ref> * ''[[Frateuria terrea|F. terrea]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''terrea'', of earth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021618-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Friedmanniella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Friedmanniella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Propionibacterineae]] | familia = [[Propionibacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Friedmanniella'' | binomial_authority = Schumann ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/2/278</ref> | type_species = F. antarctica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Friedmanniella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Friedmanniella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Friedmanniella'', named after E. Imre Friedmann, (1921–2007) an American microbiologist, in recognition of his contributions to Antarctic microbiology.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/friedmanniella.html|Friedmanniella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 8 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Friedmanniella antarctica|F. antarctica]]'' ( Schumann ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''antarctica'', southern, isolated from Antarctica.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/2/278</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella capsulata|F. capsulata]]'' ( Maszenan ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] noun ''capsula'', a small box or chest; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ata'', suffix denoting provided with; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''capsulata'', with a chest, capsuled.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1667</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella lacustris|F. lacustris]]'' ( Lawson ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lacustris'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', a lake), belonging to a lake.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/6/1953</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella lucida|F. lucida]]'' ( Iwai ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lucida'', brilliant, shining, referring to the shiny colony surface.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007815-0}}</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella luteola|F. luteola]]'' ( Iwai ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''luteola'', yellow, referring to the yellow colour of the colonies.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007815-0}}</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella okinawensis|F. okinawensis]]'' ( Iwai ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''okinawensis'', of or pertaining to Okinawa, a prefecture in Japan, where the organism was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007815-0}}</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella sagamiharensis|F. sagamiharensis]]'' ( Iwai ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sagamiharensis'', pertaining to Sagamihara, a city in Japan, where the organism was first isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.007815-0}}</ref> * ''[[Friedmanniella spumicola|F. spumicola]]'' ( Maszenan ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spuma'', foam; [[Latin]] suffix -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller, inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun ''spumicola'', inhabitant of foam.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1667</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Frigoribacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Frigoribacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Microbacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Frigoribacterium'' | binomial_authority = Kämpfer ''et al''. 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/355</ref> | type_species = F. faeni | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Frigoribacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Frigoribacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''frigor'' -''oris'', frost, cold; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Frigoribacterium'', a small rod growing in the cold.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/frigoribacterium.html|Frigoribacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Frigoribacterium faeni|F. faeni]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''faenum'', hay; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''faeni'', of hay.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/355</ref> * ''[[Frigoribacterium mesophilum|F. mesophilum]]'' ( Dastager ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mesos'', middle; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''mesophilum'', middle (temperature)-loving, mesophilic.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65637-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Frondihabitans[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Frondihabitans'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Microbacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Frondihabitans'' | binomial_authority = Greene ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010934-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. australicus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Frondihabitans''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Frondihabitans'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''frons'' ''frondis'', a leaf, foliage; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''habitans'', inhabiting; [[New Latin]] participle adjective used as a [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Frondihabitans'', inhabitant of leaves, leaf dweller.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/frondihabitans.html|Frondihabitans}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Frondihabitans australicus|F. australicus]]'' ( (Zhang ''et al''. 2007) Greene ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''australicus'', of or pertaining to Australia, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010934-0}}</ref> * ''[[Frondihabitans peucedani|F. peucedani]]'' ( Lee 2010, ; [[Latin]] noun ''peucedanum'', the plant hog's-fennel or sulphurwort and also a botanical genus name; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''peucedani'', of ''Peucedanum'', isolated from ''Peucedanum'' ''japonicum'' Thunb.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017947-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Fructobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fructobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Leuconostocaceae]] | genus = ''Fructobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Endo and Okada 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65609-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. fructosus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fructobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fructobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fructobacillus'', arbitrarily derived from fructose and ''Lactobacillus'', intended to mean fructose-loving lactic acid-producing bacillus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fructobacillus.html|Fructobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fructobacillus durionis|F. durionis]]'' ( (Leisner ''et al''. 2005) Endo and Okada 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''durionis'', of ''Durio'', the generic name of ''Durio'' ''zibenthinus'', the durian fruit.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65609-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fructobacillus ficulneus|F. ficulneus]]'' ( (Antunes ''et al''. 2002) Endo and Okada 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ficulneus'', of a fig-tree.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65609-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fructobacillus fructosus|F. fructosus]]'' ( (Kodama 1956) Endo and Okada 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''fructosus'', pertaining to fructose.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65609-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fructobacillus pseudoficulneus|F. pseudoficulneus]]'' ( (Chambel ''et al''. 2006) Endo and Okada 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective '' pseudēs'', false; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ficulneus'', of the fig-tree and also a bacterial specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pseudoficulneus'', not the true (''Fructobacillus'') ''ficulneus''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65609-0}}</ref> * ''[[Fructobacillus tropaeoli|F. tropaeoli]]'' ( Endo ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Tropaeolum'', a botanical generic name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''tropaeoli'', of ''Tropaeolum'', isolated from ''Tropaeolum'' ''majus''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.023838-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fulvibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fulvibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Fulvibacter'' | binomial_authority = Khan ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65554-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. tottoriensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fulvibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fulvibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fulvus'', yellowish brown; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fulvibacter'', a rod that produces yellowish brown pigment.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fulvibacter.html|Fulvibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fulvibacter tottoriensis|F. tottoriensis]]'' ( Khan ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''tottoriensis'', pertaining to Tottori, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65554-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fulvimarina[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fulvimarina'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Aurantimonadaceae]] | genus = ''Fulvimarina'' | binomial_authority = Cho and Giovannoni 2003<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/1853</ref> | type_species = F. pelagi | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fulvimarina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fulvimarina'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fulvus'', brownish-yellow; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''marina'', of the sea; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Fulvimarina'', brownish-yellow bacterium isolated from sea water.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fulvimarina.html|Fulvimarina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fulvimarina pelagi|F. pelagi]]'' ( Cho and Giovannoni 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pelagi'', from the open sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/6/1853</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fulvimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fulvimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Xanthomonadales]] | familia = [[Xanthomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Fulvimonas'' | binomial_authority = Mergaert ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1285</ref> | type_species = F. soli | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fulvimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fulvimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fulvus'', deep-yellow; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Fulvimonas'', deep-yellow monad.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fulvimonas.html|Fulvimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Fulvimonas can be referred to as fulvimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fulvimonas soli|F. soli]]'' ( Mergaert ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil, the source of the organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1285</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fulvivirga[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fulvivirga'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flammeovirgaceae]] | genus = ''Fulvivirga'' | binomial_authority = Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64641-0}}</ref> | type_species = F. kasyanovii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fulvivirga''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fulvivirga'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''fulvus'', yellow-brownish; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''virga'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fulvivirga'', a yellow-brownish-coloured rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fulvivirga.html|Fulvivirga}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fulvivirga kasyanovii|F. kasyanovii]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kasyanovii'', of Kasyanov, in honour of Vladimir [[Latin]] Kasyanov (1940-2005), the famous Russian marine biologist, for his contributions to the development of marine biology and microbiology in the Far East.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64641-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Fundibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Fundibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Alcanivoracaceae]] | genus = ''Fundibacter'' | binomial_authority = Bruns and Berthe-Corti 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/441</ref> | type_species = F. jadensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fundibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fundibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''fundus'', the bottom, in this case the sea bed; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fundibacter'', rod of the sea bed.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fundibacter.html|Fundibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fundibacter jadensis|F. jadensis]]'' ( Bruns and Berthe-Corti 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''jadensis'', referring to the region Jade which forms part of the bay "Jadebusen", which belongs to the German North Sea coast.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/441</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Fusibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fusibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Fusibacter'' | binomial_authority = Ravot ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/3/1141</ref> | type_species = F. paucivorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fusibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fusibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''fusus'', a spindle; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Fusibacter'', a small spindle-shaped rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fusibacter.html|Fusibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Fusibacter paucivorans|F. paucivorans]]'' ( Ravot ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''paucus'', few; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''paucivorans'', intended to mean a bacterium that utilizes few substrates.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/3/1141</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Fusobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Fusobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Fusobacteria]] | classis = [[Fusobacteria]] | ordo = [[Fusobacteriales]] | familia = [[Fusobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Fusobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Knorr 1922, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = F. nucleatum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Fusobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Fusobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Fusobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''fusus'', a spindle; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Fusobacterium'', a small spindle-shaped rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|f/fusobacterium.html|Fusobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 20 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Fusobacterium alocis|F. alocis]]'' ( Cato ''et al''. 1985, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''alox'' -''okos'', a furrow; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alocis'', of a furrow, referring to its isolation from a crevice of the gums.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/475</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium canifelinum|F. canifelinum]]'' ( Conrads ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''canum'', of dogs; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''felinum'', of or belonging to a cat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''canifelinum'', of dogs and cats.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/0723202041438509}}</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium equinum|F. equinum]]'' ( Dorsch ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''equinum'', of or belonging to horses.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/6/1959</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium gonidiaformans|F. gonidiaformans]]'' ( (Tunnicliff and Jackson 1925) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gonē'', offspring, seed, organs of generation; [[New Latin]] noun ''gonidium'', gonidium; [[New Latin]] pl. noun ''gonidia'', gonidia; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''formans'', forming; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''gonidiaformans'', gonidia forming.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium mortiferum|F. mortiferum]]'' ( (Harris 1901) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''mortiferum'', death-bringing, death bearing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium naviforme|F. naviforme]]'' ( (Jungano 1909) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''navis'', ship; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. ''forme'', in shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''naviforme'', in the shape of a ship.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium necrogenes|F. necrogenes]]'' ( (Weinberg ''et al''. 1937) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''nekros'', the dead; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'' to produce) producing; [[New Latin]] adjective ''necrogenes'', dead producing, here necrosis producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium necrophorum|F. necrophorum]]'' ( (Flügge 1886) Moore and Holdeman 1969, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''nekros'', the dead; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''phoreō'', to bear; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''necrophorum'', dead producing, here necrosis producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium necrophorum|F. necrophorum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''funduliforme''''' (''ex'' Hallé 1898) Shinjo ''et al''. 1991, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] noun ''fundulus'', akind of sausage; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. ''forme'', in shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''funduliforme'', sausage shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/3/395</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium necrophorum|F. necrophorum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''necrophorum''''' (Flügge 1886) Moore and Holdeman 1969, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''nekros'', the dead; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''phoreō'', to bear; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''necrophorum'', dead producing, here necrosis producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/3/395</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( Knorr 1922, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''nucleatum'', having a kernel or stone, intended to mean nucleated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''animalis''''' Gharbia and Shah 1992, ; [[Latin]] noun ''animal'' -''alis'', an animal; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''animalis'', of an animal.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/2/296</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''fusiforme''''' (''ex'' Veillon and Zuber 1898) Gharbia and Shah 1992, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] noun ''fusus'', a spindle; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. ''forme'', in shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''fusiforme'', spindle shaped.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/2/296</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''nucleatum''''' Knorr 1922, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''nucleatum'', having a kernel or stone, intended to mean nucleated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/1/74</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''polymorphum''''' (''ex'' Knorr 1922) Dzink ''et al''. 1990, nom. rev., ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''polymorphum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''polumorphos'' -''on''), multiform, polymorphic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/1/74</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium nucleatum|F. nucleatum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''vincentii''''' Dzink ''et al''. 1990, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vincentii'', of Vincent, referring to H. Vincent who studied the organism originally isolated from Vincent’s angina and necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/1/74</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium perfoetens|F. perfoetens]]'' ( (Tissier 1905) Moore and Holdeman 1973, ''species''.; [[Latin]] prep. ''per'', exceedingly, very much, very; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''foetens'', stinking; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''perfoetens'', very stinking.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium periodonticum|F. periodonticum]]'' ( Slots ''et al''. 1984, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''peri'', around; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''odous'' -''ontos'', tooth; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] suff. -''icum'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] neutr. adjective ''periodonticum'', pertaining to periodonte.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/2/270</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium plautii|F. plautii]]'' ( corrig. Séguin 1928, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''plautii'', of Plaut; named for H.C. Plaut, the bacteriologist who first described this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium polysaccharolyticum|F. polysaccharolyticum]]'' ( van Gylswyk 1981, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''polu'', many; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''polysaccharolyticum'', degrading several polysaccharides.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/31/3/382</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium prausnitzii|F. prausnitzii]]'' ( (Hauduroy ''et al''. 1937) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''prausnitzii'', of Prausnitz; named for C. Prausnitz, the bacteriologist who first isolated this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium pseudonecrophorum|F. pseudonecrophorum]]'' ( (''ex'' Harris and Brown 1927) Shinjo ''et al''. 1990, nom. rev., ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective <em>pseudēs</em>, false; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''necrophorum'', a specific epithet of a bacterial species; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''pseudonecrophorum'', the false (''Fusobacterium'') ''necrophorum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/1/71</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium russii|F. russii]]'' ( (Hauduroy ''et al''. 1937) Moore and Holdeman 1970, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''russii'', of Russ, named after V. Russ, the bacteriologist who first cultured this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium simiae|F. simiae]]'' ( Slots and Potts 1982, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''simiae'', of/from an ape, of/from a monkey.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/2/191</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium sulci|F. sulci]]'' ( Cato ''et al''. 1985, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sulci'', of a furrow, referring to its habitat, the human gingival sulcus.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/475</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Fusobacterium ulcerans|F. ulcerans]]'' ( Adriaans and Shah 1988, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''ulcerans'', making sore, causing to ulcerate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/447</ref> * ''[[Fusobacterium varium|F. varium]]'' ( (Eggerth and Gagnon 1933) Moore and Holdeman 1969, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''varium'', diverse, different.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Fusobacteria]]


Gaetbulibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Gaetbulibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gaetbulibacter'' | binomial_authority = Jung ''et al''. 2005<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65382-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. saemankumensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gaetbulibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gaetbulibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''gaetbulum'', gaetbul, the Korean name for a tidal flat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gaetbulibacter'', rod isolated from a tidal flat.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gaetbulibacter.html|Gaetbulibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gaetbulibacter marinus|G. marinus]]'' ( Yang and Cho 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''marinus'', of the sea, marine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65382-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gaetbulibacter saemankumensis|G. saemankumensis]]'' ( Jung ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saemankumensis'', pertaining to Saemankum, from where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1845</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Gaetbulicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gaetbulicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodobacterales]] | familia = [[Rhodobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gaetbulicola'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011015-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. byunsanensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gaetbulicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gaetbulicola'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''gaetbulum'', gaetbul, the Korean name for a tidal flat; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola''), a dweller, inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gaetbulicola'', a dweller of a tidal flat.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gaetbulicola.html|Gaetbulicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gaetbulicola byunsanensis|G. byunsanensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''byunsanensis'', of Byunsan, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011015-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gaetbulimicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Gaetbulimicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gaetbulimicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63795-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. brevivitae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gaetbulimicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gaetbulimicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''gaetbulum'', gaetbul, the Korean name for a tidal flat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', a microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Gaetbulimicrobium'', a microbe isolated from a tidal flat.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gaetbulimicrobium.html|Gaetbulimicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gaetbulimicrobium brevivitae|G. brevivitae]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''brevis'', short; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vitae'', of life; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''brevivitae'', of a short life, referring to the short-lived cultures of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63795-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Galbibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Galbibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Galbibacter'' | binomial_authority = Khan ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64729-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. mesophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Galbibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Galbibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''galbus'', yellow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Galbibacter'', a yellow bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/galbibacter.html|Galbibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Galbibacter mesophilus|G. mesophilus]]'' ( Khan ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mesos'', middle; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mesophilus'', middle (temperature)-loving, i.e. mesophilic.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64729-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Gallaecimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gallaecimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | genus = ''Gallaecimonas'' | binomial_authority = Rodríguez-blanco ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013532-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. pentaromativorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gallaecimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gallaecimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''Gallaecia'', the country of the ''Gallaeci'', now Galicia, a region of north-west Spain; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', a monad, unit; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gallaecimonas'', single microbe isolated from Galicia.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gallaecimonas.html|Gallaecimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Gallaecimonas can be referred to as gallaecimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gallaecimonas pentaromativorans|G. pentaromativorans]]'' ( Rodríguez-blanco ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] numeral ''pente'', five; [[Latin]] noun ''aroma'' -''atis'', spice; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''pentaromativorans'', degrading/devouring aromatic compounds with five rings.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013532-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gallibacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Gallibacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Pasteurellales]] | familia = [[Pasteurellaceae]] | genus = ''Gallibacterium'' | binomial_authority = Christensen ''et al''. 2003<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005694-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. anatis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gallibacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gallibacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''gallus'', chicken; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Gallibacterium'', bacterium of chicken.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gallibacterium.html|Gallibacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gallibacterium anatis|G. anatis]]'' ( (Mutters ''et al''. 1985) Christensen ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''anatis'', of a duck.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/1/275</ref> * ''[[Gallibacterium melopsittaci|G. melopsittaci]]'' ( Bisgaard ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''melopsittaci'', of ''Melopsittacus'', a zoological name for a genus of parakeet, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005694-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gallibacterium salpingitidis|G. salpingitidis]]'' ( Bisgaard ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salpingitidis'', of/from an inflammation of the ovarial tube.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005694-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gallibacterium trehalosifermentans|G. trehalosifermentans]]'' ( Bisgaard ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''trehalosum'', trehalose; [[Latin]] v. ''fermento'', to ferment; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''trehalosifermentans'', trehalose-fermenting.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005694-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gallicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gallicola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Gallicola'' | binomial_authority = Ezaki ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1521</ref> | type_species = G. barnesae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gallicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gallicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''gallus'', rooster/chicken; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gallicola'', inhabitant of chickens, referring to the isolation of the type species from chicken feces.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gallicola.html|Gallicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gallicola barnesae|G. barnesae]]'' ( (Schiefer-Ullrich and Andreesen 1986) Ezaki ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''barnesae'', of Barnes, named after E.M. Barnes, a microbiologist.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gallionella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gallionella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Nitrosomonadales]] | familia = [[Gallionellaceae]] | genus = ''Gallionella'' | binomial_authority = Ehrenberg 1838, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Gallionellaceae'' Henrici and Johnson 1935 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = G. ferruginea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gallionella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gallionella'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Gallionella'', named for B. Gallion, a customs agent and zoologist (1782-1839) in Dieppe, France.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gallionella.html|Gallionella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gallionella ferruginea|G. ferruginea]]'' ( Ehrenberg 1838, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''ferruginea'', of the color of iron-rust, rust-colored.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gangjinia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gangjinia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gangjinia'' | binomial_authority = Lee ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021592-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. marincola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gangjinia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gangjinia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gangjinia'', named after Gangjin Bay, located on the South Sea in Korea, from where the organism was isolated.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gangjinia.html|Gangjinia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gangjinia marincola|G. marincola]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] noun ''mare'' -''is'', the sea; [[Latin]] noun ''incola'', inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun ''marincola'', inhabitant of the sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021592-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Garciella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Garciella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Eubacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Garciella'' | binomial_authority = Miranda-Tello ''et al''. 2003<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1509</ref> | type_species = G. nitratireducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Garciella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Garciella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Garciella'', named in honour of the French microbiologist Jean-Louis Garcia, for his important contribution to the taxonomy of anaerobes.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/garciella.html|Garciella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Garciella nitratireducens|G. nitratireducens]]'' ( Miranda-Tello ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''nitratum'', nitrate; [[Latin]] v. ''reduco'', to draw backwards, bring back to a state or condition; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''nitratireducens'', nitrate-reducing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1509</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gardnerella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gardnerella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Bifidobacteriales]] | familia = [[Bifidobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gardnerella'' | binomial_authority = Greenwood and Pickett 1980<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/170</ref> | type_species = G. vaginalis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gardnerella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gardnerella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Gardnerella'', named after H.[[Latin]] Gardner.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gardnerella.html|Gardnerella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gardnerella vaginalis|G. vaginalis]]'' ( (Gardner and Dukes 1955) Greenwood and Pickett 1980, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''vagina'', sheath, vagina; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''vaginalis'', pertaining to vagina, of the vagina.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/170</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Gelidibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gelidibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gelidibacter'' | binomial_authority = Bowman ''et al''. 1997<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/670</ref> | type_species = G. algens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gelidibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gelidibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gelidus''<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gelidibacter.html|Gelidibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gelidibacter algens|G. algens]]'' ( Bowman ''et al''. 1997, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective '')<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/670</ref> * ''[[Gelidibacter gilvus|G. gilvus]]'' ( Bowman and Nichols 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gilvus'', pale yellow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1471</ref> * ''[[Gelidibacter mesophilus|G. mesophilus]]'' ( Macián ''et al''. 2002, ;  [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''mesos'', )<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1325</ref> * ''[[Gelidibacter salicanalis|G. salicanalis]]'' ( Bowman and Nichols 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[Latin]] noun ''canalis'' -''is'', channel; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salicanalis'', )<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1471</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Gelria[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gelria'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Thermoanaerobacterales]] | familia = [[Thermoanaerobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gelria'' | binomial_authority = Plugge ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/2/401</ref> | type_species = G. glutamica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gelria''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gelria'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gelria'', Gelre or Gelderland, one of the 12 provinces in The Netherlands, in which Wageningen is located.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gelria.html|Gelria}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gelria glutamica|G. glutamica]]'' ( Plugge ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''glutamicum'', glutamic acid; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''glutamica'', referring to glutamic acid, on which the bacterium grows.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/2/401</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gemella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gemella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | genus = ''Gemella'' | binomial_authority = Berger 1960, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = G. haemolysans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gemella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gemella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''gemellus'', a twin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gemella'', a little twin.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gemella.html|Gemella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 7 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gemella asaccharolytica|G. asaccharolytica]]'' ( Ulger-Toprak ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prefix ''a- (ἄ)'' , not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lytica'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lutikē''), able to dissolve, able to loose; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''asaccharolytica'', not digesting sugar.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001966-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gemella bergeri|G. bergeri]]'' ( corrig. Collins ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bergeri'', of Berger, named after Ulrich Berger in recognition of his contributions to the microbiology of gemellae.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/3/631</ref> * ''[[Gemella cuniculi|G. cuniculi]]'' ( Hoyles ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cuniculi'', of the rabbit.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2037</ref> * ''[[Gemella haemolysans|G. haemolysans]]'' ( (Thjøtta and Bøe 1938) Berger 1960, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''luo'', dissolve, break up; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''hemolysans'', dissolving blood.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Gemella morbillorum|G. morbillorum]]'' ( (Prévot 1933) Kilpper-Bälz and Schleifer 1988, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''morbillorum'', of measles; once considered to be associated with measles.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/4/442</ref> * ''[[Gemella palaticanis|G. palaticanis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] noun ''palatum'', the palate, gum; [[Latin]] noun ''canis'', dog; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''palaticanis'', of the gum of a dog.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1523</ref> * ''[[Gemella sanguinis|G. sanguinis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sanguinis'', of the blood.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/1/1</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Geminicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geminicoccus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | genus = ''Geminicoccus'' | binomial_authority = Foesel ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. roseus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geminicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geminicoccus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''geminus'', twin, double; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geminicoccus'', two coccoid cells.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geminicoccus.html|Geminicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geminicoccus roseus|G. roseus]]'' ( Foesel ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''roseus'', rose colored, pink.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/007492-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gemmata[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gemmata'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Planctomycetes]] | classis = [[Planctomycea]] | ordo = [[Planctomycetales]] | familia = [[Planctomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Gemmata'' | binomial_authority = Franzmann and Skerman 1985<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02342136}}</ref> | type_species = G. obscuriglobus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gemmata''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Planctomycetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gemmata'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] v. ''gemmare'', to put forth buds, to bud; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gemmata'' (from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] participle adjective ''gemmata'', put forth buds, budded), budded (bacteria), referring to the cell division mode of the bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gemmata.html|Gemmata}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gemmata obscuriglobus|G. obscuriglobus]]'' ( Franzmann and Skerman 1985, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''obscurus'', dark; [[Latin]] noun ''globus'', a ball, sphere, globe; [[New Latin]] noun ''obscuriglobus'', a dark sphere.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02342136}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Planctomycetes]]


Gemmatimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gemmatimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Gemmatimonadetes]]" | classis = [[Gemmatimonadetes]] | ordo = [[Gemmatimonadales]] | familia = [[Gemmatimonadaceae]] | genus = ''Gemmatimonas'' | binomial_authority = Zhang ''et al''. 2003, (Type genus of the order ''Gemmatimonadales'' Zhang ''et al''. 2003; type genus of the family ''Gemmatimonadaceae'' Zhang ''et al''. 2003).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1155</ref> | type_species = G. aurantiaca | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gemmatimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Gemmatimonadetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gemmatimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gemmatus'', provided with buds; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', a unit; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gemmatimonas'', a budding unit.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gemmatimonas.html|Gemmatimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Gemmatimonas can be referred to as gemmatimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gemmatimonas aurantiaca|G. aurantiaca]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''aurantiaca'', orange-coloured.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1155</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Gemmatimonadetes]]


Gemmiger[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gemmiger'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Hyphomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Gemmiger'' | binomial_authority = Gossling and Moore 1975, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = G. formicilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gemmiger''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gemmiger'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''gemma'', a bud; [[Latin]] suff. -''ger'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''gero'', to bear), one who carries, carrier; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gemmiger'', bud bearer.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gemmiger.html|Gemmiger}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gemmiger formicilis|G. formicilis]]'' ( Gossling and Moore 1975, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''formicum'', acid formic; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''ilis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''formicilis'', pertaining to formic acid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gemmobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gemmobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodobacterales]] | familia = [[Rhodobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gemmobacter'' | binomial_authority = Rothe ''et al''. 1988<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00492911}}</ref> | type_species = G. aquatilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gemmobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gemmobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''gemma'', a bud; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gemmobacter'', a budding rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gemmobacter.html|Gemmobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gemmobacter aquatilis|G. aquatilis]]'' ( Rothe ''et al''. 1988, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aquatilis'', living, growing, or found, in or near water, aquatic, describing its biotope.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00492911}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Geoalkalibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Geoalkalibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Geobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Geoalkalibacter'' | binomial_authority = Zavarzina ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65207-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. ferrihydriticus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geoalkalibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geoalkalibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''ge'', earth; Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geoalkalibacter'', a rod from alkaline earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geoalkalibacter.html|Geoalkalibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geoalkalibacter ferrihydriticus|G. ferrihydriticus]]'' ( Zavarzina ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''ferrihydritum'', ferrihydrite; [[Latin]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ferrihydriticus'', pertaining to ferrihydrite, weakly crystalline iron hydroxyde, which is reduced by the species.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65207-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geoalkalibacter subterraneus|G. subterraneus]]'' ( Greene ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''subterraneus'', underground, subterranean.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001537-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Geobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Geobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Nazina ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/433</ref> | type_species = G. stearothermophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''Gē'', the Earth; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geobacillus'', earth or soil small rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geobacillus.html|Geobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 17 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geobacillus caldoxylosilyticus|G. caldoxylosilyticus]]'' ( (Ahmad ''et al''. 2000) Fortina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''caldus'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''xylosum'', xylose; [[New Latin]] adjective ''lyticus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'' -''ē'' -''on''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''caldoxylosilyticus'', hot and xylose-degrading.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/6/2063</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus debilis|G. debilis]]'' ( Banat ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''debilis'', feeble, weak, referring to the restricted substrate range for this species.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2197</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus gargensis|G. gargensis]]'' ( Nazina ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gargensis'', of Garga, pertaining to the Garga hot spring located in Eastern Siberia (Russia), from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2019</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus jurassicus|G. jurassicus]]'' ( Nazina ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''jurassicus'', of Jurassic, referring to the geological period of oil-bearing formation, from where the strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1016/j.syapm.2004.09.001}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus kaustophilus|G. kaustophilus]]'' ( (Priest ''et al''. 1989) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''kaustos'', burnt, red-hot; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''kaustophilus'', loving intense heat.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus lituanicus|G. lituanicus]]'' ( Kuisiene ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lituanicus'', of Lithuania, referring to the Lithuanian oilfield from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/1991</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus pallidus|G. pallidus]]'' ( (Scholz ''et al''. 1988) Banat ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pallidus'', pale, pallid.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2197</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Geobacillus stearothermophilus|G. stearothermophilus]]'' ( (Donk 1920) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''stear'', fat; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''stearothermophilus'', (presumably intended to mean) heat- and fat-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus subterraneus|G. subterraneus]]'' ( Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''subterraneus'', subterranean, below the Earth's surface.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/433</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus tepidamans|G. tepidamans]]'' ( Schäffer ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''tepidus'', moderately warm, lukewarm; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''amans'', loving; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''tepidamans'', lowing warm (conditions).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2361</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus thermocatenulatus|G. thermocatenulatus]]'' ( (Golovacheva ''et al''. 1991) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''catenulatus'', chain-like; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thermocatenulatus'', thermophilic, chain-like, referring to two of the organism's features.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/433</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus thermodenitrificans|G. thermodenitrificans]]'' ( (Manachini ''et al''. 2000) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermodenitrificans'', thermophilic denitrifying, referring to two of the organism's features.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus thermoglucosidasius|G. thermoglucosidasius]]'' ( (Suzuki ''et al''. 1984) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''glucosidasius'', of glucosidase; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thermoglucosidasius'', indicating the production of heat-stable glucosidase.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus thermoleovorans|G. thermoleovorans]]'' ( (Zarilla and Perry 1988) Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] noun ''oleum'', oil; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermoleovorans'', indicating heat-requiring bacteria capable of utilizing oil (hydrocarbons).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus toebii|G. toebii]]'' ( Sung ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''toebii'', of toebi, a special farmland compost in Korea, from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2251</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus uzenensis|G. uzenensis]]'' ( Nazina ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''uzenensis'', pertaining to Uzen, referring to the Uzen oilfield, Kazakhstan, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/433</ref> * ''[[Geobacillus vulcani|G. vulcani]]'' ( (Caccamo ''et al''. 2000) Nazina ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vulcani'', of Vulcan, the god of fire and, by extension, of the volcano. Pertaining to the Eolian Island Volcano where the organism was isolated from a shallow marine hydrothermal vent.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2019</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Geobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Geobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Geobacter'' | binomial_authority = Lovley ''et al''. 1995, (Type genus of the family ''Geobacteraceae'' Holmes ''et al''. 2004; type genus of the family ''Geobacteraceae'' Garrity ''et al''. 2006.).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00290916}}</ref> | type_species = G. metallireducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', the earth; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geobacter'', a rod from the earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geobacter.html|Geobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geobacter argillaceus|G. argillaceus]]'' ( Shelobolina ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''argillaceus'', of clay.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64221-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Geodermatophilus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geodermatophilus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Frankineae]] | familia = [[Geodermatophilaceae]] | genus = ''Geodermatophilus'' | binomial_authority = Luedemann 1968, ''genus''. (Type genus of the family ''Geodermatophilaceae'' Normand 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = G. obscurus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geodermatophilus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geodermatophilus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', earth; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''derma'' -''atos'', skin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective <em>philos</em>), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geodermatophilus'', (bacteria) loving earth and skin (a group of microorganisms that live in the soil, yet that love the skin, by analogy to the genus ''Dermatophilus'', the actinobacterial genus causing a skin disease, that has similar morphological features).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geodermatophilus.html|Geodermatophilus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geodermatophilus obscurus|G. obscurus]]'' ( Luedemann 1968, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''obscurus'', dark, obscure, indistinct.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Geodermatophilus ruber|G. ruber]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ruber'', red.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020610-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Geoglobus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geoglobus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Archaeoglobi]] | ordo = [[Archaeoglobales]] | familia = [[Archaeoglobaceae]] | genus = ''Geoglobus'' | binomial_authority = Kashefi ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/3/719</ref> | type_species = G. ahangari | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geoglobus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geoglobus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', the Earth; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''globus'', ball; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geoglobus'', a ball from the Earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geoglobus.html|Geoglobus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geoglobus acetivorans|G. acetivorans]]'' ( Slobodkina ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar, used to refer to acetic acid; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''acetivorans'', vinegar (acetic acid) consuming.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011080-0}}</ref> * ''[[Geoglobus ahangari|G. ahangari]]'' ( Kashefi ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] gen.  noun ''ahangari'', of  ahangar a blacksmith or a smith who works with iron, named after Kaveh Ahangar, the mythical Persian hero who was also a blacksmith by trade; arbitrary name referring to the ability to use Fe(III) as an electron acceptor.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Geomicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geomicrobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | genus = ''Geomicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Echigo ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013268-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. halophilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geomicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geomicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', earth, soil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'', a microbe; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Geomicrobium'', a microbe from soil.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geomicrobium.html|Geomicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geomicrobium halophilum|G. halophilum]]'' ( Echigo ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''halophilum'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013268-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Geopsychrobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geopsychrobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Geobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Geopsychrobacter'' | binomial_authority = Holmes ''et al''. 2005<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/AEM.70.10.6023-6030.2004}}</ref> | type_species = G. electrodiphilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geopsychrobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geopsychrobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''gē'', earth; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psukhros'', cold; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, stick, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geopsychrobacter'', a rod from cold earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geopsychrobacter.html|Geopsychrobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geopsychrobacter electrodiphilus|G. electrodiphilus]]'' ( Holmes ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''electrodum'', electrode; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''electrodiphilus'', electrode loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/AEM.70.10.6023-6030.2004}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Georgfuchsia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Georgfuchsia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodocyclales]] | familia = [[Rhodocyclaceae]] | genus = ''Georgfuchsia'' | binomial_authority = Weelink ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.033498-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Georgfuchsia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Georgfuchsia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Georgfuchsia'', named after Georg Fuchs, for his contribution to our present understanding of anaerobic microbial growth on aromatic hydrocarbons.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/georgfuchsia.html|Georgfuchsia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Georgfuchsia toluolica|G. toluolica]]'' ( Weelink ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''toluol'' (from Fr. or Sp. ''tolu'', balsam from Santiago de Tolu), toluol, toluene; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''toluolica'', pertaining to toluene.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.033498-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Georgenia[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Georgenia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Bogoriellaceae]] | genus = ''Georgenia'' | binomial_authority = Altenburger ''et al''. 2002<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64749-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. muralis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Georgenia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Georgenia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Georgenia'', referring to the village St Georgen in Styria, where strains 1A-CT and 3A-1 were isolated.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/georgenia.html|Georgenia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Georgenia halophila|G. halophila]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halophila'', salt-loving, referring to the ability of the type strain to grow at high NaCl concentrations.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014993-0}}</ref> * ''[[Georgenia muralis|G. muralis]]'' ( Altenburger ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective muralis, pertaining or belonging to walls.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/3/875</ref> * ''[[Georgenia ruanii|G. ruanii]]'' ( Li ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''ruanii'', of Ruan, named in honour of Ji-Sheng Ruan (born in 1926), a Chinese microbiologist who devotes himself to the study of actinomycete taxonomy.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64749-0}}</ref> * ''[[Georgenia soli|G. soli]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of soil, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014902-0}}</ref> * ''[[Georgenia thermotolerans|G. thermotolerans]]'' ( Hamada ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermotolerans'', able to tolerate high temperatures.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005140-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Geosporobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geosporobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Clostridiaceae]] | genus = ''Geosporobacter'' | binomial_authority = Klouche ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64642-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. subterraneus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geosporobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geosporobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''ge'', the earth; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed and, in biology, a spore; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geosporobacter'', a sporulated rod from the earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geosporobacter.html|Geosporobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geosporobacter subterraneus|G. subterraneus]]'' ( Klouche ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''subterraneus'', underground, subterranean.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64642-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Geothermobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geothermobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Desulfuromonadales]] | familia = [[Geobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Geothermobacter'' | binomial_authority = Kashefi ''et al''. 2005<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/AEM.69.5.2985-2993.2003}}</ref> | type_species = G. ehrlichii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geothermobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geothermobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''gē'', earth; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, stick, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geothermobacter'', a rod from hot hearth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geothermobacter.html|Geothermobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geothermobacter ehrlichii|G. ehrlichii]]'' ( Kashefi ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ehrlichii'', of Ehrlich, in honor of Henry Lutz Ehrlich, in recognition of his fundamental contributions to the field of geomicrobiology and the area of microbial interactions with metals in particular.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1128/AEM.69.5.2985-2993.2003}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Geothrix[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geothrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Acidobacteria]] | classis = [[Holophagae]] | ordo = [[Holophagales]] | familia = [[Holophagaceae]] | genus = ''Geothrix'' | binomial_authority = Coates ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1615</ref> | type_species = G. fermentans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geothrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Acidobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geothrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun <em>gē</em>, earth; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Geothrix'', hair-like cell from the earth, referring to the cell morphology under fumarate-reducing conditions.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geothrix.html|Geothrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Geothrix fermentans|G. fermentans]]'' ( Coates ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''fermentans'', fermenting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1615</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Acidobacteria]]


Geotoga[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geotoga'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Thermotogae]]" | classis = [[Thermotogae]] | ordo = [[Thermotogales]] | familia = [[Thermotogaceae]] | genus = ''Geotoga'' | binomial_authority = Davey ''et al''. 1993<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/4/864</ref> | type_species = G. petraea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geotoga''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Thermotogae]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geotoga'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''gē'', earth; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''toga'', Roman outer garment; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Geotoga'', the earth outer garment.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geotoga.html|Geotoga}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geotoga petraea|G. petraea]]'' ( Davey ''et al''. 1993, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''petraea'', that grows among rocks, describing its isolation from a rock formation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/4/864</ref> * ''[[Geotoga subterranea|G. subterranea]]'' ( Davey ''et al''. 1993, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''subterranea'', underground, subterranean, describing its site of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/4/864</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Thermotogae]]


Geovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Geovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Deferribacteres]]" | classis = [[Deferribacteres]] | ordo = [[Deferribacterales]] | familia = [[Deferribacteraceae]] | genus = ''Geovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Caccavo ''et al''. 2000, (Type genus of the order ''Geovibriales'' Cavalier-Smith 2002).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050340}}</ref> | type_species = G. ferrireducens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Geovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Deferribacteres]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Geovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''gē'', the earth; [[Latin]] v. ''vibro'', to vibrate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Geovibrio'', vibrating from the earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/geovibrio.html|Geovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Geovibrio ferrireducens|G. ferrireducens]]'' ( Caccavo ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''ferrum'', iron; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and, in chemistry, converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''ferrireducens'', reducing iron.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050340}}</ref> * ''[[Geovibrio thiophilus|G. thiophilus]]'' ( Janssen ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thiophilus'', sulfur-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1341</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Deferribacteres]]


Gibbsiella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Gibbsiella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gibbsiella'' | binomial_authority = Brady ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.033498-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gibbsiella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gibbsiella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gibbsiella'', named in honour of British forest pathologist John N. Gibbs for his contribution to forest pathology.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gibbsiella.html|Gibbsiella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gibbsiella quercinecans|G. quercinecans]]'' ( Brady ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''quercus'', oak, oaktree; [[Latin]] v. ''necare'', to kill, to destroy; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''quercinecans'', oak-destroying (causing necrosis of oak).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.033498-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Giesbergeria[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Giesbergeria'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Burkholderiales]] | familia = [[Comamonadaceae]] | genus = ''Giesbergeria'' | binomial_authority = Grabovich ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. voronezhensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Giesbergeria''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Giesbergeria'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Giesbergeria'', named after the researcher G. Giesberger, who made a great contribution to the study of physiology of heterotrophic spirilla.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/giesbergeria.html|Giesbergeria}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Giesbergeria anulus|G. anulus]]'' ( (Williams and Rittenberg 1957) Grabovich ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''anulus'' (nominative in apposition), a ring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> * ''[[Giesbergeria giesbergeri|G. giesbergeri]]'' ( (Williams and Rittenberg 1957) Grabovich ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''giesbergeri'', of Giesberger, researcher who had made a great contribution to the study of heterotrophic spirilla.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> * ''[[Giesbergeria kuznetsovii|G. kuznetsovii]]'' ( Grabovich ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kuznetsovii'', of Kuznetsov, named after Sergey Kuznetsov, Russian microbiologist, who had made a great contribution to the study of microbial ecology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> * ''[[Giesbergeria sinuosa|G. sinuosa]]'' ( (Williams and Rittenberg 1957) Grabovich ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sinuosa'', full of curves.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> * ''[[Giesbergeria voronezhensis|G. voronezhensis]]'' ( Grabovich ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''voronezhensis'', pertaining to Voronezh, the place from where the first strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64027-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gillisia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gillisia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gillisia'' | binomial_authority = Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/2/445</ref> | type_species = G. limnaea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gillisia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gillisia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gillisia'', named after Monique Gillis, a Belgian bacteriologist who has made major contributions to bacterial taxonomy.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gillisia.html|Gillisia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 6 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gillisia hiemivivida|G. hiemivivida]]'' ( Bowman and Nichols 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''hiems'' -''emis'', the cold (of winter); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''vivida'', lively; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hiemivivida'', lively in the cold.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1471</ref> * ''[[Gillisia illustrilutea|G. illustrilutea]]'' ( Bowman and Nichols 2005, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''illustris'', bright; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lutea'', yellow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''illustrilutea'', bright yellow.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1471</ref> * ''[[Gillisia limnaea|G. limnaea]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''limnaios'', of or from the marsh; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''limnaea'', living in the water, referring to the isolation source, microbial mats in Lake Fryxell.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/2/445</ref> * ''[[Gillisia mitskevichiae|G. mitskevichiae]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''mitskevichiae'', of Mitskevich, in honour of Irina N. Mitskevich, a Russian marine microbiologist, for her contributions to the development of marine microbiology.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/321</ref> * ''[[Gillisia myxillae|G. myxillae]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Myxilla'', systematic name of a genus of sponges; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''myxillae'', of/from ''Myxilla'', referring to the isolation of the type strain from the sponge ''Myxilla'' ''incrustans''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64345-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gillisia sandarakina|G. sandarakina]]'' ( Bowman and Nichols 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sandarakina'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sandarakinē''), of orange colour.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/4/1471</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Gilvibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Gilvibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gilvibacter'' | binomial_authority = Khan ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64628-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gilvibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gilvibacter'' derives from: : [[Latin]] adjective ''gilvus'', yellow; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gilvibacter'', yellow rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gilvibacter.html|Gilvibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gilvibacter sediminis|G. sediminis]]'' ( Khan ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sediminis'', of a sediment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64628-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Gilvimarinus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gilvimarinus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | genus = ''Gilvimarinus'' | binomial_authority = Du ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001313-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. chinensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gilvimarinus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gilvimarinus'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gilvus'', faint yellow; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'', of or belonging to the sea, marine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gilvimarinus'', a bacterium belonging to or living in the Yellow Sea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gilvimarinus.html|Gilvimarinus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gilvimarinus chinensis|G. chinensis]]'' ( Du ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''chinensis'' pertaining to China, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001313-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Glaciecola[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Glaciecola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Alteromonadales]] | familia = [[Alteromonadaceae]] | genus = ''Glaciecola'' | binomial_authority = Bowman ''et al''. 1998<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1213</ref> | type_species = G. punicea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Glaciecola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Glaciecola'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''glacies'', ice; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola''), an inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Glaciecola'', inhabitant of ice.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/glaciecola.html|Glaciecola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Glaciecola agarilytica|G. agarilytica]]'' ( Yong ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''agarum'', agar-agar, algal polysaccharide; [[New Latin]] adjective ''lyticus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'' -''ē'' -''on''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''agarilytica'', agar-dissolving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64723-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola chathamensis|G. chathamensis]]'' ( Matsuyama ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''chathamensis'', pertaining to Chatham Rise, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64413-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola lipolytica|G. lipolytica]]'' ( Chen ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''lipos'', fat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''lyticus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'' -''ē'' -''on''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lipolytica'', fat-dissolving, referring to the property of being able to hydrolyse lipid.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.000489-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola mesophila|G. mesophila]]'' ( Romanenko ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mesos'', medium; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mesophila'', medium-temperature-loving, mesophilic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/647</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola nitratireducens|G. nitratireducens]]'' ( Baik ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''nitras'' -''atis'', nitrate; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', converting to a different state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''nitratireducens'', reducing nitrate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64330-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola pallidula|G. pallidula]]'' ( Bowman ''et al''. 1998, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''pallidula'', somewhat pale, referring to the weak pigmentation of the species.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1213</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola polaris|G. polaris]]'' ( Van Trappen ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''polaris'', polar, referring to the origin of the strains in the Arctic Ocean.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1765</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola psychrophila|G. psychrophila]]'' ( Zhang ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''psychros (ψυχρός)'', cold; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''psychrophila'', cold loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64575-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glaciecola punicea|G. punicea]]'' ( Bowman ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''punicea'', red, referring to the species pigmentation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1213</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Glaciibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Glaciibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Microbacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Glaciibacter'' | binomial_authority = Katayama ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001354-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. superstes | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Glaciibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Glaciibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''glacies'', ice; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Glaciibacter'', a rod of the ice.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/glaciibacter.html|Glaciibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Glaciibacter superstes|G. superstes]]'' ( Katayama ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''superstes'', surviving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.001354-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Globicatella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Globicatella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Aerococcaceae]] | genus = ''Globicatella'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1995<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.1992.tb05000.x}}</ref> | type_species = G. sanguinis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Globicatella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Globicatella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] noun ''globus'', a ball, sphere, globe; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''catella'', a small chain; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Globicatella'', a short chain made up of spheres.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/globicatella.html|Globicatella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Globicatella sanguinis|G. sanguinis]]'' ( corrig. Collins ''et al''. 1995, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sanguinis'', of the blood.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1365-2672.1992.tb05000.x}}</ref> * ''[[Globicatella sulfidifaciens|G. sulfidifaciens]]'' ( Vandamme ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''sulfidum'', sulfide; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''faciens'', producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''sulfidifaciens'', sulfide-producing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1745</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gluconacetobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gluconacetobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Acetobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gluconacetobacter'' | binomial_authority = corrig. Yamada ''et al''. 1998<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018465-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. liquefaciens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gluconacetobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gluconacetobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''gluconicum'', gluconic acid; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gluconacetobacter'', gluconate-vinegar rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gluconacetobacter.html|Gluconacetobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 16 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter azotocaptans|G. azotocaptans]]'' ( Fuentes-Ramírez ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''azotum'' [from Fr. noun ''azote'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''a'', not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''zōē'', life; N.[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''azōē'', not sustaining life)], nitrogen; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''captans'', catching; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''azotocaptans'', nitrogen-catching.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1305</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus|G. diazotrophicus]]'' ( corrig. (Gillis ''et al''. 1989) Yamada ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] pref. ''dis'' ''di'', in two; [[New Latin]] noun ''azotum'' [from Fr. noun ''azote'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''a'', not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''zōē'', life; N.[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''azōē'', not sustaining life)], nitrogen; [[New Latin]] pref. ''diazo''-, pertaining to dinitrogen; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''trophikos'' -ē -on, nursing, tending; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''diazotrophicus'', one that feeds on dinitrogen.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/327</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter entanii|G. entanii]]'' ( Schüller ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''entanii'', of Entani, named to honour Etsuzo Entani, a Japanese microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2013</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter europaeus|G. europaeus]]'' ( corrig. (Sievers ''et al''. 1992) Yamada ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''europaeus'', of or belonging to Europe.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/327</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter hansenii|G. hansenii]]'' ( corrig. (Gosselé ''et al''. 1983) Yamada ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hansenii'', of Hansen, named after E.C. Hansen, Danish microbiologist, reknowned for his studies on the acetic acid bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63252-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter intermedius|G. intermedius]]'' ( (Boesch ''et al''. 1998) Yamada 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''intermedius'', that is between, intermediate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2225</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter johannae|G. johannae]]'' ( Fuentes-Ramírez ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''johannae'', of Johanna, in honor of the Brazilian microbiologist, Johanna Döbereiner, who isolated ''Gluconacetobacter'' ''diazotrophicus'' as the first nitrogen-fixing species of the genus ''Gluconacetobacter''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/4/1305</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter kombuchae|G. kombuchae]]'' ( Dutta and Gachhui 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''kombuchae'', from Kombucha, a kind of fermented tea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64638-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter liquefaciens|G. liquefaciens]]'' ( corrig. (Asai 1935) Yamada ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''liquefaciens'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''liquefacio''), liquefying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/327</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter nataicola|G. nataicola]]'' ( Lisdiyanti ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''nataum'', nata (a food composed of cellulose produced by acetic acid bacteria in South-East Asia); [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''cola'', inhabitant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''nataicola'', nata inhabitant, referring to the isolation source, nata de coco, of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63252-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter oboediens|G. oboediens]]'' ( (Sokollek ''et al''. 1998) Yamada 2000, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''oboediens'', obedient.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2225</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter rhaeticus|G. rhaeticus]]'' ( Dellaglio ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''rhaeticus'', pertaining to Rhaetia, Latin denomination of South Tyrol in Italy, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2365</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter sacchari|G. sacchari]]'' ( Franke ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] noun ''saccharum'', sugar and also the generic name of the sugarcane (''Saccharum'' ''officinarum''); [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sacchari'', of ''Saccharum'', of sugarcane, from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1681</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter saccharivorans|G. saccharivorans]]'' ( Lisdiyanti ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''saccharum'', sugar; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saccharivorans'', sugar-devouring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63252-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter sucrofermentans|G. sucrofermentans]]'' ( (Toyosaki ''et al''. 1996) Cleenwerck ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] participle ''sucrofermentans'', intended to mean sucrose-fermenting.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018465-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter swingsii|G. swingsii]]'' ( Dellaglio ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''swingsii'', of Swings, in honour of Jean Swings who studied and reviewed acetic acid bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2365</ref> * ''[[Gluconacetobacter xylinus|G. xylinus]]'' ( corrig. (Brown 1886) Yamada ''et al''. 1998, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''xulon'', wood cut and ready for use, firewood, timber; [[Latin]] suff. -''inus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''xylinus'', belonging to wood, woody.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/327</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gluconobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gluconobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Acetobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gluconobacter'' | binomial_authority = Asai 1935, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = G. oxydans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gluconobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gluconobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] noun ''acidum'' ''gluconicum'', gluconic acid; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gluconacetobacter'', gluconate rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gluconobacter.html|Gluconobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 13 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gluconobacter albidus|G. albidus]]'' ( (''ex'' Kondo and Ameyama 1958) Yukphan ''et al''. 2005, nom. rev., ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''albidus'', white, referring to the colony color of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.50.235}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter asaii|G. asaii]]'' ( Mason and Claus 1989, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''asaii'', of Asai, named after Toshinobu Asai, Japanese microbiologist, who described the genus ''Gluconobacter''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/2/174</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter cerinus|G. cerinus]]'' ( (''ex'' Asai 1935) Yamada and Akita 1984, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''cerinus'', wax-colored, yellow like wax.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/4/503</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter frateurii|G. frateurii]]'' ( Mason and Claus 1989, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''frateurii'', of Frateur, named after Joseph Frateur (1903-1974), Belgian microbiologist, who is well known for his study of acetic acid bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/2/174</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter japonicus|G. japonicus]]'' ( Malimas ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''japonicus'', of Japan, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65740-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter kanchanaburiensis|G. kanchanaburiensis]]'' ( Malimas ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''kanchanaburiensis'', pertaining to Kanchanaburi, Thailand, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017988-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter kondonii|G. kondonii]]'' ( Malimas ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kondonii'', of Kondo, to honor a Japanese microbiologist, Dr. Keiji Kondo, in recognition of his contributions to the systematic study of acetic acid bacteria, especially in isolation of a large number of ''Gluconobacter'' strains.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000679-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( (Henneberg 1897) De Ley 1961, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxydo'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour, acid), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''oxydans'', oxidizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''industrius''''' (Henneberg 1898) De Ley and Frateur 1974, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''industrius'', active, industrious.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''melanogenes''''' (Beijerinck 1911) De Ley and Frateur 1974, ''subspecies''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''melania'', black pigment; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''melanogenes'', producing black pigment.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''oxydans''''' (Henneberg 1897) De Ley 1961, ''subspecies''.; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxydo'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour, acid), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''oxydans'', oxidizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''sphaericus''''' Ameyama 1975, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''sphaericus'', spherical, referring to the cell shape of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter oxydans|G. oxydans]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''suboxydans''''' (Kluyver and de Leeuw 1924) De Ley and Frateur 1974, ''subspecies''.; [[Latin]] pref. ''sub'', under, below, slightly; [[New Latin]] v. ''oxydo'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''oxus'', sour, acid), to oxidize; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''suboxydans'', slightly oxidizing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gluconobacter roseus|G. roseus]]'' ( (''ex'' Asai 1935) Malimas ''et al''. 2008, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''roseus'', rose, referring to the colony color of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005389-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter sphaericus|G. sphaericus]]'' ( (Ameyama 1975) Malimas ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''sphaericus'', spherical, referring to the cell shape of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/008953-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter thailandicus|G. thailandicus]]'' ( Tanasupawat ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thailandicus'', of Thailand, pertaining to Thailand, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.50.159}}</ref> * ''[[Gluconobacter wancherniae|G. wancherniae]]'' ( Yukphan ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''wancherniae'', of Wanchern, to honor Wanchern Potacharoen, a Thai microbiologist, the former head of BIOTEC Culture Collection (BCC), National Center for Genetic and Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Pathumthani, Thailand, in recognition of her contributions to the systematic study of acetic acid bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.026252-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Glycomyces[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Glycomyces'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Glycomycineae]] | familia = [[Glycomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Glycomyces'' | binomial_authority = Labeda ''et al''. 1985, (Type genus of the suborder ''Glycomycineae'' Rainey ''et al''. 1997; type genus of the family ''Glycomycetaceae'' Rainey ''et al''. 1997).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/417</ref> | type_species = G. harbinensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Glycomyces''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Glycomyces'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''glukus'', sweet to the taste or smell; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''mukēs'', a mushroom; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Glycomyces'', a sweet (glycolipid-containing) mushroom.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/glycomyces.html|Glycomyces}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 10 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Glycomyces algeriensis|G. algeriensis]]'' ( Labeda and Kroppenstedt 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''algeriensis'', of or belonging to Algeria, the place of origin of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2343</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces arizonensis|G. arizonensis]]'' ( Labeda and Kroppenstedt 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''arizonensis'', of or belonging to Arizona, the place of origin of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2343</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces endophyticus|G. endophyticus]]'' ( Qin ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] pref. ''endo'', within; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''phyton'', plant; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''icus'', adjectival suffix used with the sense of belonging to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''endophyticus'', endophytic, within plants, pertaining to the original isolation from plant tissues.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000398-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces harbinensis|G. harbinensis]]'' ( Labeda ''et al''. 1985, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''harbinensis'', of or belonging to Harbin, China (the source of the soil sample from which this organism was first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/417</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces lechevalierae|G. lechevalierae]]'' ( Labeda and Kroppenstedt 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''lechevalierae'', of Lechevalier, named for Mary Lechevalier, an American microbiologist who isolated the strain and contributed substantially to the field of actinomycete biology during her career at the Waksman Institute of Microbiology.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2343</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces mayteni|G. mayteni]]'' ( Qin ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Maytenus'', a botanical genus name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mayteni'', of ''Maytenus'', referring to the isolation of the type strain from tissues of ''Maytenus'' ''austroyunnanensis''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005942-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces rutgersensis|G. rutgersensis]]'' ( Labeda ''et al''. 1985, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''rutgersensis'', of or belonging to Rutgers University where the organism was first isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/35/4/417</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces sambucus|G. sambucus]]'' ( Gu ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sambucus'', of the plant genus ''Sambucus''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65064-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces scopariae|G. scopariae]]'' ( Qin ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Scoparia'', a botanical genus name; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''scopariae'', of ''Scoparia'', referring to the isolation of the type strain from tissues of ''Scoparia'' ''dulcis''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005942-0}}</ref> * ''[[Glycomyces tenuis|G. tenuis]]'' ( Evtushenko ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''tenuis'', thin, slender, referring to the very thin vegetative hyphae of this strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/154</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Goodfellowiella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Goodfellowiella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Pseudonocardineae]] | familia = [[Pseudonocardiaceae]] | genus = ''Goodfellowiella'' | binomial_authority = Labeda ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000299-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. coeruleoviolacea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Goodfellowiella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Goodfellowiella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Goodfellowiella'', named for Michael Goodfellow, a microbiologist at the University of Newcastle, in recognition of his contributions to microbial systematics.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/goodfellowiella.html|Goodfellowiella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Goodfellowiella coeruleoviolacea|G. coeruleoviolacea]]'' ( (Preobrazhenskaya and Terekhova 1987) Labeda ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] adjective ''coeruleus'', dark-colored, dark blue; [[Latin]] adjective ''violaceus'', violet-colored, violet; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''coeruleoviolacea'', dark violet-colored.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000299-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Gordonia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gordonia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Corynebacterineae]] | familia = [[Nocardiaceae]] | genus = ''Gordonia'' | binomial_authority = corrig. (''ex'' Tsukamura 1971) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1989, , nom. rev. (Type genus of the family ''Gordoniaceae'' Rainey ''et al''. 1997).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/479</ref> | type_species = G. bronchialis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gordonia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gordonia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gordonia'', named after Ruth E. Gordon, a famous bacterial systematist.'''<br><ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gordonia.html|Gordonia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 33 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gordonia aichiensis|G. aichiensis]]'' ( corrig. (Tsukamura 1983) Klatte ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''aichiensis,'' belonging to Aichi Prefecture, Japan from where the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/769</ref> * ''[[Gordonia alkanivorans|G. alkanivorans]]'' ( Kummer ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkanum'', saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon; [[Latin]] v. ''vorare'', to eat; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''alkanivorans'', alkane-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1513</ref> * ''[[Gordonia amarae|G. amarae]]'' ( corrig. (Lechevalier and Lechevalier 1974) Klatte ''et al''. 1994, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amara'', trench, conduit, channel; here a sewage duct; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''amarae'', of a sewage duct.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/769</ref> * ''[[Gordonia amarae|G. amarae]]'' ( (Lechevalier and Lechevalier 1974) Ruimy ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amara''n trench, conduit, channel; here a sewage duct; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''amarae''n of a sewage duct.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1994.tb07234.x}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia amicalis|G. amicalis]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''amicalis'', friendly, pertaining to friendship.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/6/2031</ref> * ''[[Gordonia araii|G. araii]]'' ( Kageyama ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''araii'', of Arai, to honour Tadashi Arai, a Japanese microbiologist, for his valuable contributions to microbial taxonomy and secondary metabolites.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64067-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia bronchialis|G. bronchialis]]'' ( corrig. (Tsukamura 1971) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1989, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] pl. noun ''bronchia'', the bronchial tubes; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''bronchialis,'' pertaining to the bronchi, coming from the bronchi.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/479</ref> * ''[[Gordonia cholesterolivorans|G. cholesterolivorans]]'' ( Drzyzga ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''cholesterol'', cholesterol; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', eating, devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''cholesterolivorans'', cholesterol-devouring.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005777-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia defluvii|G. defluvii]]'' ( Soddell ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''defluvii'', of sewage.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64034-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia desulfuricans|G. desulfuricans]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] pref. ''de'', from; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'', sulfur; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''desulfuricans'' (from [[New Latin]] v. ''desulfurico'', to reduce sulfur), reducing sulfur compounds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1845</ref> * ''[[Gordonia effusa|G. effusa]]'' ( Kageyama ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''effusa'', poured out, extensive, vast, broad, wide, referring to the spreading colonial growth.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64067-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia hankookensis|G. hankookensis]]'' ( Park ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hankookensis'', of or belonging to Hankook, the Korean name of South Korea from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011585-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia hirsuta|G. hirsuta]]'' ( corrig. Klatte ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hirsuta'', shaggy, rough, referring to the rough surfaces of colonies.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/479</ref> * ''[[Gordonia humi|G. humi]]'' ( Kämpfer ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''humi'', of/from soil, the source of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020545-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia hydrophobica|G. hydrophobica]]'' ( corrig. Bendinger ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''húdōr (ὕδωρ)'', water, [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''phobos'', fear, dread; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] suff. -''ica'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hydrophobica'', water avoiding, hydrophobic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/3/544</ref> * ''[[Gordonia kroppenstedtii|G. kroppenstedtii]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kroppenstedtii'', of Kroppenstedt, in honour of Reiner Michael Kroppenstedt, a German microbiologist, for his enormous contributions to the taxonomy of actinomycetes.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005322-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia lacunae|G. lacunae]]'' ( le Roes ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacunae'', of a pool, pond, intended to mean of a lagoon (isolated from sand taken form a lagoon))<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010819-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia malaquae|G. malaquae]]'' ( Yassin ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''malus'', bad; [[Latin]] noun ''aqua'', water; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''malaquae'', of bad water, effluent.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64893-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia namibiensis|G. namibiensis]]'' ( Brandão ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''namibiensis'', of or belonging to Namibia, the origin of the soil sample from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1078/0723-2020-00074}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia neofelifaecis|G. neofelifaecis]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Neofelis'', a zoological genus name which encompasses the clouded leopard ''Neofelis'' ''nebulosa''; [[Latin]] noun ''faex'' ''faecis'', faeces; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''neofelifaecis'', of the faeces of a clouded leopard.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020321-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia nitida|G. nitida]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''nitida'', <span lang="FR">bright, shining, glossy, pertaining to the appearance of the colonies.</span>)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1203</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gordonia otitidis|G. otitidis]]'' ( Iida ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''ous'' ''otos'', ear; [[Latin]] suff. -''itis'' -''idis'', suffix used in names of inflammations; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''otitidis'', of inflammation of the ear.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1871</ref> * ''[[Gordonia paraffinivorans|G. paraffinivorans]]'' ( Xue ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''paraffina'', paraffin; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''paraffinivorans'', paraffin-devouring, referring to the ability to degrade paraffin.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1643</ref> * ''[[Gordonia polyisoprenivorans|G. polyisoprenivorans]]'' ( Linos ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''polyisoprenum'', polyisoprene; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''polyisoprenivorans'', polyisoprene eating, referring to the ability to degrade polyisoprene.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1785</ref> * ''[[Gordonia rhizosphera|G. rhizosphera]]'' ( Takeuchi and Hatano 1998, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''rhiza,'' root; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''sphaira'', ball, sphere; [[Latin]] (''sic'') [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective (''sic'') ''rhizosphera'' (''sic''), within the sphere of the root (''sic'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/3/907</ref> * ''[[Gordonia rubripertincta|G. rubripertincta]]'' ( corrig. (Hefferan 1904) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1989, ; <span lang="FR">[[Latin]] adjective ''ruber'' -''bra'' -''brum'', red; [[Latin]] pref. ''per'', very; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] participle adjective ''tincta'', dyed, colored; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] participle adjective ''rubripertincta'', heavily dyed red.</span>)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/3/1073</ref> * ''[[Gordonia shandongensis|G. shandongensis]]'' ( Luo ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''shandongensis'', of or belonging to Shandong Province, China, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64536-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia sihwensis|G. sihwensis]]'' ( Kim ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''sihwensis'', of or belonging to lake Sihwa in Korea, from where the type strain was recovered.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1427</ref> * ''[[Gordonia sinesedis|G. sinesedis]]'' ( Maldonado ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] prep. ''sine'', without; [[Latin]] noun ''sedes'' -''is'', dwelling-place, residence, habitation; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] (?) noun (?) ''sinesedis'', of homeless (?), intended to mean without home, reflecting the unstable position of the organism in the 16S DNA gordonial tree.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1023/A:1022918102948}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia soli|G. soli]]'' ( Shen ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''soli'', of/from the soil.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64492-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gordonia sputi|G. sputi]]'' ( corrig. (Tsukamura 1978) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sputi'', of sputum.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/479</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Gordonia terrae|G. terrae]]'' ( corrig. (Tsukamura 1971) Stackebrandt ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''terrae'', of the earth.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/479</ref> * ''[[Gordonia westfalica|G. westfalica]]'' ( Linos ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''westfalica'', of or belonging to Westfalia, referring to the origin of the species from a geographical area in Germany.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/4/1133</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Gordonibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gordonibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Coriobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Coriobacteriales]] | subordo = "[[Coriobacterineae]]" | familia = [[Coriobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gordonibacter'' | binomial_authority = Würdemann ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005900-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. pamelaeae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gordonibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gordonibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gordon'' (personal name considered as a Latin word), Gordon, named after Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, the Dr Robert J. Glaser Distinguished University Professor and Director of the Center for Genome Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gordonibacter'', a rod named after Jeffrey I. Gordon.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gordonibacter.html|Gordonibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gordonibacter pamelaeae|G. pamelaeae]]'' ( Würdemann ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pamelaeae'', of Pamela, named after Dr Pamela Lee Oxley (née Fredericks), biochemist, environmentalist, teacher and mentor.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005900-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Gracilibacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gracilibacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Gracilibacillus'' | binomial_authority = Wainø ''et al''. 1999<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/821</ref> | type_species = G. halotolerans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gracilibacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gracilibacillus'' derives from: : [[Latin]] adjective ''gracilis'', slender; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gracilibacillus'', the slender bacillus/rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gracilibacillus.html|Gracilibacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gracilibacillus boraciitolerans|G. boraciitolerans]]'' ( Ahmed ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] noun ''boracium'', boron; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''boraciitolerans'', boron-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64284-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus dipsosauri|G. dipsosauri]]'' ( (Lawson ''et al''. 1996) Wainø ''et al''. 1999, ;: [[New Latin]] noun ''Dipsosaurus'', scientific genus name of the desert iguana; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''dipsosauri'', of the desert iguana because it was first isolated from the nasal salt glands of the desert iguana.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/821</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus halophilus|G. halophilus]]'' ( Chen ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective φίλος), loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65698-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus halotolerans|G. halotolerans]]'' ( Wainø ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''halotolerans'', salt-tolerating.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/2/821</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus lacisalsi|G. lacisalsi]]'' ( Jeon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''lacus'', lake; [[Latin]] adjective ''salsus'', salted, salt; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacisalsi'', of a salt lake.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65369-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus orientalis|G. orientalis]]'' ( Carrasco ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''orientalis'', eastern, bacterium inhabiting the East.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63971-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus saliphilus|G. saliphilus]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saliphilus'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006569-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus thailandensis|G. thailandensis]]'' ( Chamroensaksri ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thailandensis'', of or pertaining to Thailand, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.011981-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gracilibacillus ureilyticus|G. ureilyticus]]'' ( Huo ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''urea'', urea; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ureilyticus'', urea-dissolving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.016808-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gracilibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gracilibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | familia = [[Gracilibacteraceae]] | genus = ''Gracilibacter'' | binomial_authority = Lee ''et al''. 2006, (Type genus of the family ''Gracilibacteraceae'' Lee ''et al''. 2010).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64040-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. thermotolerans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gracilibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gracilibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gracilis'', slender; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gracilibacter'', slender rod, referring to its cell shape.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gracilibacter.html|Gracilibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gracilibacter thermotolerans|G. thermotolerans]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermotolerans'', heat-tolerating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64040-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gracilimonas[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gracilimonas'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Chitinophagaceae]] | genus = ''Gracilimonas'' | binomial_authority = Choi ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005512-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. tropica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gracilimonas''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gracilimonas'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gracilis'', slender, thin; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''[[-monas|monas (μονάς / μονάδα)]]'', nominally meaning "a unit", but in effect meaning a bacterium; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gracilimonas'', thin unit (bacterium), relating to its shape.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gracilimonas.html|Gracilimonas}}</ref> Members of the genus Gracilimonas can be referred to as gracilimonad (''viz.'' [[Bacterial taxonomy#Vernacular names|Trivialisation of names]]). ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gracilimonas tropica|G. tropica]]'' ( Choi ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tropica'', tropical, of or pertaining to the tropic(s), relating to its isolation from a tropical ocean.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.005512-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Grahamella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Grahamella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Bartonellaceae]] | genus = ''Grahamella'' | binomial_authority = (''ex'' Brumpt 1911) Ristic and Kreier 1984, , nom. rev.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref> | type_species = G. talpae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Grahamella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Grahamella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''grahamella'', named in honor of G.S. Graham-Smith who observed the organisms subsequently named ''Grahamella'' in the blood of moles.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/grahamella.html|Grahamella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Grahamella peromysci|G. peromysci]]'' ( (''ex'' Tyzzer 1942) Ristic and Kreier 1984, , nom. rev.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''peromysci'', of ''Peromyscus'' a genus of mice.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Grahamella talpae|G. talpae]]'' ( (''ex'' Brumpt 1911) Ristic and Kreier 1984, , nom. rev. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''talpa'', a mole, and also a genus of moles (''Talpa''); [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''talpae'', of ''Talpa''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gramella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gramella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Flavobacteria]] | ordo = [[Flavobacteriales]] | familia = [[Flavobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gramella'' | binomial_authority = Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/391</ref> | type_species = G. echinicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gramella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gramella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Gramella'', named in honour of the famous Danish pharmacologist and pathologist, Hans Christian Gram (1853-1938), who proposed the differentiating staining of bacteria.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gramella.html|Gramella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gramella echinicola|G. echinicola]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''echinus'', a hedgehog, urchin; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''echinicola'', a urchin-dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/391</ref> * ''[[Gramella marina|G. marina]]'' ( Nedashkovskaya ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''marina'', of the sea, marine, a bacterium isolated from a marine environment.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013870-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gramella portivictoriae|G. portivictoriae]]'' ( Lau ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''portus'', harbour; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''victoriae'', of victory; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''portivictoriae'', of Victoria harbour, Hong Kong, the source of isolation of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2497</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Granulibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Granulibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodospirillales]] | familia = [[Acetobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Granulibacter'' | binomial_authority = Greenberg ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64412-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Granulibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Granulibacter'' derives from: : [[Latin]] noun ''granulum'', grain; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Granulibacter'', a rod that causes granules or granuloma formation.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/granulibacter.html|Granulibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Granulibacter bethesdensis|G. bethesdensis]]'' ( Greenberg ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''bethesdensis'', pertaining to Bethesda, MD, USA, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64412-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Granulicatella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Granulicatella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Lactobacillales]] | familia = [[Carnobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Granulicatella'' | binomial_authority = Collins and Lawson 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/365</ref> | type_species = G. adiacens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Granulicatella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Granulicatella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] dim. noun ''granulum'', small grain; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''catella'', small chain; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Granulicatella'', small chain of small grains.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/granulicatella.html|Granulicatella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Granulicatella adiacens|G. adiacens]]'' ( (Bouvet ''et al''. 1989) Collins and Lawson 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''adiacens'', adjacent, indicating that this organism can grow as satellite colonies adjacent to other bacterial growth. '''<br>)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/365</ref> * ''[[Granulicatella balaenopterae|G. balaenopterae]]'' ( (Lawson ''et al''. 1999) Collins and Lawson 2000, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''balaenopterae'', pertaining to the minke whale, ''Balaenoptera'' ''acutorostrata'', from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/365</ref> * ''[[Granulicatella elegans|G. elegans]]'' ( (Roggenkamp ''et al''. 1999) Collins and Lawson 2000, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''elegans'', choice, nice, elegant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/365</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Granulicella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Granulicella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Acidobacteria]] | classis = [[Acidobacteria]] | ordo = [[Acidobacteriales]] | familia = [[Acidobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Granulicella'' | binomial_authority = Pankratov <ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021824-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. paludicola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Granulicella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Acidobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Granulicella'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] n ''granulum'', a small grain; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''cella'', a storeroom, chamber and, in biology, a cell; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Granulicella'', a grain-like cell.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/granulicella.html|Granulicella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Granulicella aggregans|G. aggregans]]'' ( Pankratov ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''aggregans'' (from [[Latin]] v. ''aggrego''), attaching one's self to, adhering to, referring to the ability of the cells to form aggregates.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021824-0}}</ref> * ''[[Granulicella paludicola|G. paludicola]]'' ( Pankratov ; [[Latin]] noun ''palus'' -''udis'', swamp, bog; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''paludicola'', an inhabitant of bogs.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021824-0}}</ref> * ''[[Granulicella pectinivorans|G. pectinivorans]]'' ( Pankratov ; [[New Latin]] noun ''pectinum'', pectin; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''pectinivorans'', pectin-devouring, referring to the ability to use pectin as a growth substrate.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021824-0}}</ref> * ''[[Granulicella rosea|G. rosea]]'' ( Pankratov ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''rosea'', rose-coloured.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021824-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Acidobacteria]]


Granulicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Granulicoccus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Propionibacterineae]] | familia = [[Propionibacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Granulicoccus'' | binomial_authority = Maszenan ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64671-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Granulicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Granulicoccus'' derives from: : [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''granulum'', a small grain; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Granulicoccus'', a coccus from (sludge) granules (referring to the isolation source).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/granulicoccus.html|Granulicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Granulicoccus phenolivorans|G. phenolivorans]]'' ( Maszenan ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''phenol'' -''olis'', phenol; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring, consuming; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''phenolivorans'', consuming phenol.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64671-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Granulosicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for authority parse error for type species parse error for etymology --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Granulosicoccus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Granulosicoccaceae]] | genus = ''Granulosicoccus'' | type_species = G. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Granulosicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Granulosicoccus'' derives from: <ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/granulosicoccus.html|Granulosicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Granulosicoccus coccoides|G. coccoides]]'' ( Kurilenko ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), a ''coccus''; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. ''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure) resembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''coccoides'', similar to a round, ball-shaped cell morphology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013516-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Grimontia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Grimontia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Vibrionales]] | familia = [[Vibrionaceae]] | genus = ''Grimontia'' | binomial_authority = Thompson ''et al''. 2003<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/5/1615</ref> | type_species = G. hollisae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Grimontia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Grimontia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Grimontia'', named after the French microbiologist P. A. D. Grimont.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/grimontia.html|Grimontia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Grimontia hollisae|G. hollisae]]'' ( (Hickman ''et al''. 1982) Thompson ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''hollisae'', of Hollis; named to honor Dannie G. Hollis, who first recognized this organism as a new and distinct vibrio.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/6/2239.pdf</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Guggenheimella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for authority --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Guggenheimella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Guggenheimella'' | type_species = G. bovis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Guggenheimella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Guggenheimella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Guggenheimella'', named after the Swiss microbiologist Bernhard Guggenheim, for his contributions to health research.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/guggenheimella.html|Guggenheimella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Guggenheimella bovis|G. bovis]]'' ( Wyss ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bovis'', of a cow, referring to the source of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/667</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Gulbenkiania[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gulbenkiania'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Betaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Neisseriales]] | familia = [[Neisseriaceae]] | genus = ''Gulbenkiania'' | binomial_authority = Vaz-Moreira ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64726-0}}</ref> | type_species = G. mobilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gulbenkiania''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gulbenkiania'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Gulbenkiania'', in honour of Calouste Gulbenkian (1869-1955), a protector of the arts and sciences in Portugal, and founder of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gulbenkiania.html|Gulbenkiania}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Gulbenkiania indica|G. indica]]'' ( Jyoti ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''indica'', of or pertaining to India, the geographical origin of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014035-0}}</ref> * ''[[Gulbenkiania mobilis|G. mobilis]]'' ( Vaz-Moreira ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mobilis'', movable, motile.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64726-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Gulosibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Gulosibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Microbacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Gulosibacter'' | binomial_authority = Manaia ''et al''. 2004<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/3/783</ref> | type_species = G. molinativorax | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Gulosibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Gulosibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Latin]] adjective ''gulosus'', gluttonous, luxurious, dainty, fond of titbits; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Gulosibacter'', rod fond of titbits.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|g/gulosibacter.html|Gulosibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Gulosibacter molinativorax|G. molinativorax]]'' ( Manaia ''et al''. 2004, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''molinas'' -''atis'', molinate (a herbicide); [[Latin]] adjective ''vorax'', devouring, ravenous, voracious; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''molinativorax'', molinate-degrading.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/3/783</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Haematobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haematobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhodobacterales]] | familia = [[Rhodobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Haematobacter'' | binomial_authority = Helsel ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. missouriensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haematobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haematobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' -''atos'' (Latin transliteration ''haema'' -''atos''), blood; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haematobacter'', rod from blood.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haematobacter.html|Haematobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haematobacter massiliensis|H. massiliensis]]'' ( (Greub and Raoult 2006) Helsel ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''massiliensis'', pertaining to ''Massilia'' (Roman name for Marseille) where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haematobacter missouriensis|H. missouriensis]]'' ( Helsel ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''missouriensis'', pertaining to Missouri, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65337-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Haemobartonella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haemobartonella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Tenericutes]]" | classis = [[Mollicutes]] | ordo = [[Mycoplasmatales]] | familia = [[Mycoplasmataceae]] | genus = ''Haemobartonella'' | binomial_authority = Tyzzer and Weinman 1939, ''genus''.<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = H. muris | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haemobartonella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Tenericutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haemobartonella'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Bartonella'', a bacterial generic name; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haemobartonella'', the blood (-inhabiting) ''Bartonella''.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haemobartonella.html|Haemobartonella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haemobartonella canis|H. canis]]'' ( (''ex'' Kikuth 1928) Kreier and Ristic 1984, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canis'', of the dog.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemobartonella felis|H. felis]]'' ( (''ex'' Clark 1942) Kreier and Ristic 1984, , nom. rev.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''felis'', of the cat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemobartonella muris|H. muris]]'' ( (Mayer 1921) Tyzzer and Weinman 1939, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''mus'' ''muris'', the mouse; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''muris'', of the mouse.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Tenericutes]]


Haemophilus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haemophilus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Pasteurellales]] | familia = [[Pasteurellaceae]] | genus = ''Haemophilus'' | binomial_authority = Winslow ''et al''. 1917, ''genus''. (Type genus of the tribe ''Haemophileae'' Castellani and Chalmers 1919 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> | type_species = H. influenzae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haemophilus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haemophilus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haemophilus'', blood-lover.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haemophilus.html|Haemophilus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 22 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haemophilus actinomycetemcomitans|H. actinomycetemcomitans]]'' ( (Klinger 1912) Potts ''et al''. 1985, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aktis, aktinos (ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος)'', a beam; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''mukēs -ētos'', mushroom or other fungus; [[New Latin]] noun ''actinomyces'' -''etis'', an actinomycete; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''comitans'', accompanying; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''actinomycetemcomitans'', accompanying an actinomycete.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64207-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus aegyptius|H. aegyptius]]'' ( (Trevisan 1889) Pittman and Davis 1950, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aegyptius'', Aegyptian.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus aphrophilus|H. aphrophilus]]'' ( Khairat 1940, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aphros'', foam; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aphrophilus'', foam loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64207-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus avium|H. avium]]'' ( Hinz and Kunjara 1977, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''avium'', of birds.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus ducreyi|H. ducreyi]]'' ( (Neveu-Lemaire 1921) Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ducreyi'', of Ducrey; named after Ducrey, the bacteriologist who first isolated this organism.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus equigenitalis|H. equigenitalis]]'' ( Taylor ''et al''. 1983, ; [[Latin]] noun ''equus'', horse; [[Latin]] adjective ''genitalis'' -''is'' -''e'', of or belonging to generation or birth, genital; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''equigenitalis'', pertaining to horse genitalia.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus felis|H. felis]]'' ( Inzana ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''felis'', of a cat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/49/2/341</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus haemoglobinophilus|H. haemoglobinophilus]]'' ( (Lehmann and Neumann 1907) Murray 1939, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] noun ''haemoglobinum'', hemoglobin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''haemoglobinophilus'', hemoglobin-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus haemolyticus|H. haemolyticus]]'' ( Bergey ''et al''. 1923, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''haemolyticus'', blood dissolving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus influenzae|H. influenzae]]'' ( (Lehmann and Neumann 1896) Winslow ''et al''. 1917, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''influenza'' (from Italian noun ''influenza''), influenza; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''influenzae'', of influenza.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus paracuniculus|H. paracuniculus]]'' ( Targowski and Targowski 1984, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[Latin]] noun ''cuniculus'', a rabbit, and the specific epithet of  "''Haemophilus'' ''cuniculus''", a species that has never been described; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''paracuniculus'', like "''Haemophilus'' ''cuniculus''".)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus paragallinarum|H. paragallinarum]]'' ( Biberstein and White 1969, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''gallinarum'', a bacterial specific epithet; [[New Latin]] pl. [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''paragallinarum'', resembling ''Avibacterium'' (''Pasteurella'') ''gallinarum''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus parahaemolyticus|H. parahaemolyticus]]'' ( Pittman 1953, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''haemolyticus'', specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''parahaemolyticus'', resembling (''Haemophilus'') ''haemolyticus''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus parainfluenzae|H. parainfluenzae]]'' ( Rivers 1922, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''influenzae'', specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''parainfluenzae'', resembling ''Haemophilus'' ''influenzae''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus paraphrohaemolyticus|H. paraphrohaemolyticus]]'' ( Zinnemann ''et al''. 1971, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[New Latin]] abbrev. ''aphro'', abbreviation of the specific epithet ''aphrophilus''; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''haima'' (Latin transliteration ''haema''), blood; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''paraphrohaemolyticus'', intended to mean like ''Haemophilus'' ''aphrophilus'', but hemolytic.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus paraphrophilus|H. paraphrophilus]]'' ( Zinnemann ''et al''. 1968, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[New Latin]] adjective ''aphrophilus'', specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''paraphrophilus'', resembling (''Haemophilus'') ''aphrophilus''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64207-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus parasuis|H. parasuis]]'' ( Biberstein and White 1969, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'', beside, alongside of, near, like; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''suis'', of a pig, and also a specific epithet; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''parasuis'', resembling (''Haemophilus'') ''suis''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus piscium|H. piscium]]'' ( Snieszko ''et al''. 1950, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''piscium'', of fishes.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus pittmaniae|H. pittmaniae]]'' ( Nørskov-Lauritsen ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pittmaniae'', of Pittman, named in honour of Margaret Pittman for her substantial contributions to ''Heamophilus'' research.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/449</ref> * ''[[Haemophilus pleuropneumoniae|H. pleuropneumoniae]]'' ( Shope 1964, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pleura'', rib, side; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pneumonia'', ''disease of the lungs''; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pleuropneumoniae'', of pleuropneumonia.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus segnis|H. segnis]]'' ( Kilian 1977, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''segnis'', slow, sluggish, inactive.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haemophilus vaginalis|H. vaginalis]]'' ( Gardner and Dukes 1955, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''vagina'', sheath, vagina; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''alis'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vaginalis'', pertaining to vagina, of the vagina.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Hafnia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Hafnia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Enterobacteriales]] | familia = [[Enterobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Hafnia'' | binomial_authority = Møller 1954, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017103-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. alvei | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Hafnia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Hafnia'' derives from: : [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Hafnia'', the old name for Copenhagen.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/hafnia.html|Hafnia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Hafnia alvei|H. alvei]]'' ( Møller 1954, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alvei'', of a beehive.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017103-0}}</ref> * ''[[Hafnia paralvei|H. paralvei]]'' ( Huys ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prep. ''para'' (also shortened to ''par''), besides; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''alvei'', of a beehive and also a bacterial epithet; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''paralvei'', organism similar to ''Hafnia'' ''alvei''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018606-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Hahella[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Hahella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Hahellaceae]] | genus = ''Hahella'' | binomial_authority = Lee ''et al''. 2001, (Type genus of the family ''Hahellaceae'' Garrity ''et al''. 2005).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/2/661</ref> | type_species = H. chejuensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Hahella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Hahella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] dim. noun ''Hahella'', named after Yung Chil Hah, a Korean bacteriologist who pioneered microbiological research in Korea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/hahella.html|Hahella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Hahella antarctica|H. antarctica]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''antarctica'', of the Antarctic, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65389-0}}</ref> * ''[[Hahella chejuensis|H. chejuensis]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''chejuensis'', pertaining to Cheju Island, Republic of Korea, geographical origin of the type strain of the species.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Hahella ganghwensis|H. ganghwensis]]'' ( Baik ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''ganghwensis'', pertaining to Ganghwa Island, Republic of Korea, the geographical origin of the type strain.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/2/681</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Haladaptatus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haladaptatus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haladaptatus'' | binomial_authority = Savage ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64464-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. paucihalophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haladaptatus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haladaptatus'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''adaptatus'', adapted to a thing; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haladaptatus'', a bacterium adapted to salt.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haladaptatus.html|Haladaptatus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haladaptatus cibarius|H. cibarius]]'' ( Roh ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''cibarius'', pertaining to or suitable for food.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013037-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haladaptatus litoreus|H. litoreus]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''litoreus'', living near the sea, of or belonging to the seashore.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.015933-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haladaptatus paucihalophilus|H. paucihalophilus]]'' ( Savage ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] adjective ''paucus'', little; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective, ''paucihalophilus'' low-salt loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64464-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halalkalibacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halalkalibacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Halalkalibacillus'' | binomial_authority = Echigo ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64830-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. halophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halalkalibacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halalkalibacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; Arabic noun ''al'' ''qaliy'', soda ash; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halalkalibacillus'', briny and alkaline media loving rods.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halalkalibacillus.html|Halalkalibacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halalkalibacillus halophilus|H. halophilus]]'' ( Echigo ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64830-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halalkalicoccus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halalkalicoccus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halalkalicoccus'' | binomial_authority = Xue ''et al''. 2005<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2501</ref> | type_species = H. tibetensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halalkalicoccus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halalkalicoccus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; Arabic noun alkali (al-qaliy), the ashes of saltwort; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'', grain, seed), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halalkalicoccus'', coccus existing in salted and alkaline environment.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halalkalicoccus.html|Halalkalicoccus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halalkalicoccus jeotgali|H. jeotgali]]'' ( Roh ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''jeotgali'', of jeotgal, a traditional Korean fermented seafood.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65121-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halalkalicoccus tibetensis|H. tibetensis]]'' ( Xue ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''tibetensis'', pertaining to Tibet.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2501</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halanaerobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halanaerobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halobacteroidaceae]] | genus = ''Halanaerobacter'' | binomial_authority = corrig. Liaw and Mah 1996<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> | type_species = H. chitinovorans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halanaerobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halanaerobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prefix ''an (ἄν)'', not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halanaerobacter'', salt rod which grows in the absence of air.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halanaerobacter.html|Halanaerobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halanaerobacter chitinivorans|H. chitinivorans]]'' ( corrig. Liaw and Mah 1996, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''chitinum'', chitin; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''vorans'', devouring;  [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''chitinivorans'', chitin-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobacter lacunarum|H. lacunarum]]'' ( corrig. (Zhilina ''et al''. 1992) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''lacunarum'', of holes, referring to the source of isolation.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobacter salinarius|H. salinarius]]'' ( Mouné ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''salinarius'', of or belonging to salt-works, referring to the source of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/103</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halanaerobaculum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halanaerobaculum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halobacteroidaceae]] | genus = ''Halanaerobaculum'' | binomial_authority = Hedi ''et al''. 2009'','' <ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013961-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. tunisiense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halanaerobaculum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halanaerobaculum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prefix ''an (ἄν)''-, not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''baculum'', stick; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halanaerobaculum'', salt stick not living in air.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halanaerobaculum.html|Halanaerobaculum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halanaerobaculum tunisiense|H. tunisiense]]'' ( Hedi ''et al''. 2009'','' (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tunisiense'', pertaining to Tunisia, the country where the bacterium was first recovered.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013961-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halanaerobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halanaerobium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halanaerobiaceae]] | genus = ''Halanaerobium'' | binomial_authority = corrig. Zeikus ''et al''. 1984, (Type genus of the order ''Halanaerobiales'' corrig. Rainey and Zhilina 1995; type genus of the family ''Halanaerobiaceae'' corrig. Oren ''et al''. 1984).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF01567586}}</ref> | type_species = H. praevalens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halanaerobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halanaerobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] prefix ''an (ἄν)''-, not; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer'', air; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halanaerobium'', salt organism which grows in the absence of air.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halanaerobium.html|Halanaerobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halanaerobium acetethylicum|H. acetethylicum]]'' ( corrig. (Rengpipat ''et al''. 1989) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''ethylicus'', pertaining to ethyl alcohol; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acetoethylicum'', intended to mean producing acetic acid and ethanol.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium alcaliphilum|H. alcaliphilum]]'' ( corrig. Tsai ''et al''. 1995, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alcali'' (from Ar. ''al''-''qaliy''), the soda ash; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective <em>philum</em> (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alcaliphilum'', liking alkaline media.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/2/301</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium congolense|H. congolense]]'' ( corrig. Ravot ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''congolense'', pertaining to Congo, Central Africa.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1111/j.1574-6968.1997.tb10224.x}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium fermentans|H. fermentans]]'' ( corrig. Kobayashi ''et al''. 2000, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''fermentans'', fermenting.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/4/1621</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium kushneri|H. kushneri]]'' ( corrig. Bhupathiraju ''et al''. 1999, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kushneri'', of Kushner, named after Donn J. Kushner, a Canadian microbiologist and author of children’s books.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/3/953</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium lacusrosei|H. lacusrosei]]'' ( corrig. Cayol ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', lake; [[Latin]] adjective ''roseus'', rose-colored; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacusrosei'', of Rose Colored Lake, another name for Retba Lake in Senegal.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/790</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium praevalens|H. praevalens]]'' ( corrig. Zeikus ''et al''. 1984, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''praevalens'', very powerful, very strong, here prevalent.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF01567586}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium saccharolyticum|H. saccharolyticum]]'' ( corrig. (Zhilina ''et al''. 1992) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharolyticum'', sugar-dissolving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium saccharolyticum|H. saccharolyticum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''saccharolyticum''''' corrig. (Zhilina ''et al''. 1992) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharolyticum'', sugar-dissolving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium saccharolyticum|H. saccharolyticum]]'' ( '''subsp.''' '''''senegalense''''' corrig. (Cayol ''et al''. 1994) Rainey ''et al''. 1995, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''senegalense'', pertaining to Senegal.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> * ''[[Halanaerobium salsuginis|H. salsuginis]]'' ( corrig. Bhupathiraju ''et al''. 1994, ; [[Latin]] noun ''salsugo'' -''inis'', salt-water, brine; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salsuginis'', of brine, referring to isolation of this strain from an oilfield brine.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/565</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halarchaeum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halarchaeum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halarchaeum'' | binomial_authority = Minegishi ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013722-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. acidiphilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halarchaeum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halarchaeum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt, salt water; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''archaeum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''archaios'' -''ē'' -''on'', ancient), ancient one, archaeon; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halarchaeum'', a saline archaeon.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halarchaeum.html|Halarchaeum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halarchaeum acidiphilum|H. acidiphilum]]'' ( Minegishi ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''acidum'' (from [[Latin]] adjective ''acidus'', sour), an acid; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''acidiphilum'', acid-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013722-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halarsenatibacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halarsenatibacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halanaerobiaceae]] | genus = ''Halarsenatibacter'' | binomial_authority = Switzer Blum ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.027557-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. silvermanii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halarsenatibacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halarsenatibacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] noun ''arsenas'' -''atis'', arsenate; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halarsenatibacter'', halophilic arsenate-utilizing rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halarsenatibacter.html|Halarsenatibacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halarsenatibacter silvermanii|H. silvermanii]]'' ( Switzer Blum ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''silvermanii'', of Silverman, to honor the American microbiologist Melvin P. Silverman of NASA [Ames Research Center] for his contributions to the field of geomicrobiology, especially with regard to the metabolism of inorganic iron and sulfur compounds by extremophilic bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.027557-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Haliangium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haliangium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Deltaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Myxococcales]] | subordo = [[Nannocystineae]] | familia = [[Haliangiaceae]] | genus = ''Haliangium'' | binomial_authority = Fudou ''et al''. 2002<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.48.109}}</ref> | type_species = H. ochraceum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haliangium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haliangium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''halios'', of the sea; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''angeion'' (Latin transliteration ''angium''), vessel; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Haliangium'', vessel found in the sea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haliangium.html|Haliangium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haliangium ochraceum|H. ochraceum]]'' ( Fudou ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''ochra'', ochre, yellow ochre; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ochraceum'', of the color of ochre, here intended to mean pale.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.48.109}}</ref> * ''[[Haliangium tepidum|H. tepidum]]'' ( Fudou ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tepidum'', moderately warm.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.2323/jgam.48.109}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Haliea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haliea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Alteromonadales]] | familia = [[Alteromonadaceae]] | genus = ''Haliea'' | binomial_authority = Urios ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65470-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. salexigens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haliea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haliea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haliea'', named after Halie, a sea nymph in Greek mythology, referring to the marine source of the first strain.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haliea.html|Haliea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haliea mediterranea|H. mediterranea]]'' ( Lucena ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''mediterranea'', mediterranean, pertaining to the Mediterranean Sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017061-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haliea rubra|H. rubra]]'' ( Urios ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''ruber'' -''bra'' -''brum'', red; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''rubra'', red.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.002220-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haliea salexigens|H. salexigens]]'' ( Urios ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt, seawater; [[Latin]] v. ''exigo'', to demand; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''salexigens'', seawater-demanding.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65470-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Haliscomenobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haliscomenobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Sphingobacteria]] | ordo = [[Sphingobacteriales]] | familia = [[Saprospiraceae]] | genus = ''Haliscomenobacter'' | binomial_authority = van Veen ''et al''. 1973, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02578853}}</ref> | type_species = H. hydrossis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haliscomenobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haliscomenobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''haliskomai'', to fall into the hands of the enemy, to be imprisoned; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod or staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haliscomenobacter'', imprisoned rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haliscomenobacter.html|Haliscomenobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haliscomenobacter hydrossis|H. hydrossis]]'' ( van Veen ''et al''. 1973, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; . [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''húdōr (ὕδωρ)'', water; ''Oss'', a town in the Netherlands; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''hydrossis'', from water of Oss.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF02578853}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Hallella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Hallella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Bacteroidetes]] | classis = [[Bacteroidia]] | ordo = [[Bacteroidales]] | familia = [[Prevotellaceae]] | genus = ''Hallella'' | binomial_authority = Moore and Moore 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/187</ref> | type_species = H. seregens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Hallella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Bacteroidetes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Hallella'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Hallella'', named in honor of Ivan C. Hall, a United States microbiologist.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/hallella.html|Hallella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Hallella seregens|H. seregens]]'' ( Moore and Moore 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''serum'', serum; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''egens'', needing, being in need; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''seregens'', needing serum.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/187</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Bacteroidetes]]


Haloactinobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloactinobacterium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Ruaniaceae]] | genus = ''Haloactinobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Tang ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018440-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. album | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloactinobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloactinobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aktis, aktinos (ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος)''; [[Latin]] neut noun ''bacterium'', a rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Haloactinobacterium'', a halophilic actinobacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloactinobacterium.html|Haloactinobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloactinobacterium album|H. album]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''album'', white.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018440-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Haloactinopolyspora[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloactinopolyspora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Jiangellineae]] | familia = [[Jiangellaceae]] | genus = ''Haloactinopolyspora'' | binomial_authority = Tang ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021725-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloactinopolyspora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloactinopolyspora'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aktis, aktinos (ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος)''; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''poly'', many; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed and, in biology, a spore; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haloactinopolyspora'', salt-loving and the many-spored ray.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloactinopolyspora.html|Haloactinopolyspora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloactinopolyspora alba|H. alba]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''alba'', white.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021725-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Haloactinospora[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloactinospora'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Streptosporangineae]] | familia = [[Nocardiopsaceae]] | genus = ''Haloactinospora'' | binomial_authority = Tang ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65531-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. alba | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloactinospora''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloactinospora'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aktis, aktinos (ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος)'', a beam; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''spora (σπορά)'', a seed <ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloactinospora.html|Haloactinospora}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloactinospora alba|H. alba]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''alba'', white.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65531-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Haloarcula[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloarcula'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haloarcula'' | binomial_authority = Torreblanca ''et al''. 1986<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. vallismortis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloarcula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloarcula'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', the sea, salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''arcula'', small box; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haloarcula'', salt (-requiring) small box.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloarcula.html|Haloarcula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 10 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haloarcula amylolytica|H. amylolytica]]'' ( Yang ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amulon'', starch; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'', dissolving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''amylolytica'', producing lysis of starch.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64647-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula argentinensis|H. argentinensis]]'' ( Ihara ''et al''. 1997, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''argentinensis'', pertaining to Argentina, Argentinian.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/1/73</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula hispanica|H. hispanica]]'' ( Juez ''et al''. 1986, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hispanica'', pertaining to Spain, Spanish)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/4/573</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula japonica|H. japonica]]'' ( Takashina ''et al''. 1991, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''japonica'', pertaining to Japan, Japanese)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/178</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula marismortui|H. marismortui]]'' ( (''ex'' Volcani 1940) Oren ''et al''. 1990, nom. rev., ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''maris'', of the sea; [[Latin]] adjective ''mortuus'' -''a'' -''um'', dead; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''marismortui'', of the Dead Sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/40/2/209</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula mukohataei|H. mukohataei]]'' ( Ihara ''et al''. 1997, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mukohataei'', of Mukohata; named after Japanese biochemist and biophysicist Yasuo Mukohata.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/1/73</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Haloarcula quadrata|H. quadrata]]'' ( Oren ''et al''. 1999, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''quadrata'', square.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/3/1149</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula salaria|H. salaria]]'' ( Namwong ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''salaria'', of or belonging to salt.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021790-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula tradensis|H. tradensis]]'' ( Namwong ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tradensis'', of or belonging to Trad, the province in Thailand from where the strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021790-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloarcula vallismortis|H. vallismortis]]'' ( (González ''et al''. 1979) Torreblanca ''et al''. 1986, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vallis'', of the valley; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mortis'', of death; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vallismortis'', of the valley of death; named after Death Valley, California.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/4/573</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Halobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Spring ''et al''. 1996<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65188-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. halophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halobacillus'', a salt(-loving) rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halobacillus.html|Halobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 17 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halobacillus aidingensis|H. aidingensis]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aidingensis'', pertaining to Aiding salt lake, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1991</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus alkaliphilus|H. alkaliphilus]]'' ( Romano ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilus'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65457-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus campisalis|H. campisalis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] noun ''campus'', field; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salis'', of salt; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''campisalis'', of a field of salt.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65188-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus dabanensis|H. dabanensis]]'' ( Liu ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''dabanensis'', pertaining to Daban salt lake, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1991</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus faecis|H. faecis]]'' ( An ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''faecis'', of dredge, sediment, from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64896-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus halophilus|H. halophilus]]'' ( (Claus ''et al''. 1984) Spring ''et al''. 1996, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'' salt-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/2/492</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus karajensis|H. karajensis]]'' ( Amoozegar ''et al''. 2003, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''karajensis'', from the region of Karaj, Iran, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/4/1059</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus kuroshimensis|H. kuroshimensis]]'' ( Hua ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''kuroshimensis'', from Kuroshima, Japan, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64817-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus litoralis|H. litoralis]]'' ( Spring ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''litoralis'', pertaining to the shore.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/2/492</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus locisalis|H. locisalis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] noun ''locus'', a place, locality, country region; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salis'', of salt; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''locisalis'', of a place of salt.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-003-0352-5}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus mangrovi|H. mangrovi]]'' ( Soto-Ramírez ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''mangrovum'', mangrove; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mangrovi'', of a mangrove.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65008-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus profundi|H. profundi]]'' ( Hua ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''profundi'', of the depths of the sea, of the deep-sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64817-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus salinus|H. salinus]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''salinus'', salted, salty.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/53/3/687</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus salsuginis|H. salsuginis]]'' ( Chen ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Latin]] noun ''salsugo'' -''inis'', salt-water, brine; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salsuginis'', of/from brine.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010801-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus seohaensis|H. seohaensis]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''seohaensis'', of Seohae, the Korean name for the Yellow Sea in Korea, from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65341-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus trueperi|H. trueperi]]'' ( Spring ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''trueperi'', of Trueper, in honor of Hans G. Trüper, a German microbiologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/2/492</ref> * ''[[Halobacillus yeomjeoni|H. yeomjeoni]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''yeomjeoni'', of yeomjeon, the Korean name for a marine solar saltern.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2413</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halobacterium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halobacterium'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halobacterium'' | binomial_authority = Elazari-Volcani 1957, ''genus''. (Type genus of the order ''Halobacteriales'' Grant and Larsen 1989; type genus of the family ''Halobacteriaceae'' Gibbons 1974 [Approved Lists 1980]).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. salinarum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halobacterium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halobacterium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', the sea, salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''bacterium'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halobacterium'' salt (-requiring) bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halobacterium.html|Halobacterium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 16 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halobacterium cutirubrum|H. cutirubrum]]'' ( (Lochhead 1934) Elazari-Volcani 1957, ''species''.; [[Latin]] noun ''cutis'', skin; [[Latin]] adjective ''ruber'' -''bra'' -''brum'', red; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''cutirubrum'', skin-red.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium denitrificans|H. denitrificans]]'' ( Tomlinson ''et al''. 1986, ; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/36/1/66</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium distributum|H. distributum]]'' ( corrig. Zvyagintseva and Tarasov 1989, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] participle adjective ''distributum'', distributed (widely).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium halobium|H. halobium]]'' ( (Petter 1931) Elazari-Volcani 1957, ''species''.; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''halobium'', living on salt.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium jilantaiense|H. jilantaiense]]'' ( Yang ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''jilantaiense'', pertaining to Jilantai salt lake, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64437-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacterium lacusprofundi|H. lacusprofundi]]'' ( Franzmann ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', lake; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''profundus'', deep; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacusprofundi'', of the deep lake, referring to Deep Lake, Antarctica, where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/2/205</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium mediterranei|H. mediterranei]]'' ( Rodriguez-Valera ''et al''. 1983, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mediterranei'' (from [[Latin]] ''Mediterraneum'' ''mare''), of the Mediterranean Sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/896</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium noricense|H. noricense]]'' ( Gruber ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''noricense'', pertaining to ''Noricum'', the Roman name of the former Austrian province where the salt mines of Altaussee and Bad Ischl are located.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-004-0403-6}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacterium pharaonis|H. pharaonis]]'' ( Soliman and Trüper 1983, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pharaonis'', of Pharaoh, title of the kings of ancient Egypt.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/438</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium piscisalsi|H. piscisalsi]]'' ( Yachai ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] noun ''piscis'', fish; [[Latin]] adjective ''salsus'', salted, salt; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''piscisalsi'', of salted fish.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65592-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halobacterium saccharovorum|H. saccharovorum]]'' ( Tomlinson and Hochstein 1977, ''species''.;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharovorum'', sugar-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium salinarum|H. salinarum]]'' ( corrig. (Harrison and Kennedy 1922) Elazari-Volcani 1957, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''salinarum'', of salt works.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-004-0403-6}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium sodomense|H. sodomense]]'' ( Oren 1983, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''sodomense'', pertaining to Sodom, near the Dead Sea, where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/33/2/381</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium trapanicum|H. trapanicum]]'' ( (Petter 1931) Elazari-Volcani 1957, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''trapanicum'', pertaining to Trapani, Sicily, the site of the salt from which the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium vallismortis|H. vallismortis]]'' ( González ''et al''. 1979, ''species''.; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vallis'', of the valley; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mortis'', of death; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''vallismortis'', of the valley of death; named after Death Valley, California.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacterium volcanii|H. volcanii]]'' ( Mullakhanbhai and Larsen 1975, ''species''.; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''volcanii'', of Volcani; named after Israeli microbiologist B.E. Volcani, discoverer of life in the Dead Sea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/BF00447326}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halobacteroides[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halobacteroides'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halobacteroidaceae]] | genus = ''Halobacteroides'' | binomial_authority = Oren ''et al''. 1984, (Type genus of the family ''Halobacteroidaceae'' Zhilina and Rainey 1995).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref> | type_species = H. halobius | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halobacteroides''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halobacteroides'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a staff or rod; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. ''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halobacteroides'', rod-like salt organism.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halobacteroides.html|Halobacteroides}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halobacteroides acetoethylicus|H. acetoethylicus]]'' ( Rengpipat ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] noun ''acetum'', vinegar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''ethylicus'', pertaining to ethyl alcohol; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''acetoethylicus'', intended to mean producing acetic acid and ethanol.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/2/205</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halobacteroides elegans|H. elegans]]'' ( Zhilina ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''elegans'' choice, nice, elegant.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/4/1274</ref> * ''[[Halobacteroides halobius|H. halobius]]'' ( Oren ''et al''. 1984, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halobius'', living on salt.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/34/3/355</ref> * ''[[Halobacteroides lacunaris|H. lacunaris]]'' ( Zhilina ''et al''. 1992, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lacuna'', a hole; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] suff. -''aris'', suffix denoting pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lacunaris'', pertaining to a hole, of a hole.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/2/327</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halobaculum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halobaculum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halobaculum'' | binomial_authority = Oren ''et al''. 1995<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/747</ref> | type_species = H. gomorrense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halobaculum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halobaculum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', sea, salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''baculum'', stick; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halobaculum'', salt stick.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halobaculum.html|Halobaculum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halobaculum gomorrense|H. gomorrense]]'' ( Oren ''et al''. 1995, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gomorrense'', pertaining to Gomorra, a biblical city near the Dead Sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/747</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halobiforma[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halobiforma'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halobiforma'' | binomial_authority = Hezayen ''et al''. 2002<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. haloterrestris | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halobiforma''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halobiforma'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adv. num. ''bis'', twice; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''forma'', form, shape; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halobiforma'', the halophile with two different shapes.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halobiforma.html|Halobiforma}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halobiforma haloterrestris|H. haloterrestris]]'' ( Hezayen ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''terrestris'', belonging to the soil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''haloterrestris'', pertaining or belonging to a salty soil.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2271</ref> * ''[[Halobiforma lacisalsi|H. lacisalsi]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', lake; [[Latin]] adjective ''salsus'', salted, salt; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacisalsi'', of a salt lake.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/5/1949</ref> * ''[[Halobiforma nitratireducens|H. nitratireducens]]'' ( (Xin ''et al''. 2001) Hezayen ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''nitras'' -''atis'', nitrate; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''reducens'', leading back, bringing back and (in chemistry) converting to a different oxidation state; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''nitratireducens'', nitrate-reducing.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/6/2271</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halocella[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halocella'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halanaerobiaceae]] | genus = ''Halocella'' | binomial_authority = Simankova ''et al''. 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/1/182</ref> | type_species = H. cellulosilytica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halocella''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halocella'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''cella'', a store-room and in biology a cell; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halocella'', salt cell.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halocella.html|Halocella}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halocella cellulosilytica|H. cellulosilytica]]'' ( corrig. Simankova ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''cellulosum'', cellulose; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective <em>lytica</em> (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''lutikē''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''cellulosilytica'', organism which dissolves cellulose.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/1/182</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halochromatium[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halochromatium'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Chromatiaceae]] | genus = ''Halochromatium'' | binomial_authority = Imhoff ''et al''. 1998<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65034-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. salexigens | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halochromatium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halochromatium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Chromatium'', a genus name; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halochromatium'', the ''Chromatium'' of the salt.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halochromatium.html|Halochromatium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halochromatium glycolicum|H. glycolicum]]'' ( (Caumette ''et al''. 1997) Imhoff ''et al''. 1998, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''glycol'', glycol; [[Latin]] suff. -''icus'' -''a'' -''um'', suffix used with the sense of pertaining to; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''glycolicum'', related to the ability to use glycolate as substrate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1129</ref> * ''[[Halochromatium roseum|H. roseum]]'' ( Anil Kumar ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''roseum'', rose-coloured, the colour of cell suspensions of the type strain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65034-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halochromatium salexigens|H. salexigens]]'' ( (Caumette ''et al''. 1989) Imhoff ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''sal'' ''salis'', salt; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''exigens'', demanding; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''salexigens'', salt-demanding.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1129</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Halococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halococcus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halococcus'' | binomial_authority = Schoop 1935, ''genus''.<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. morrhuae | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halococcus'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', the sea, salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)'' a berry), coccus; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halococcus'' salt (-requiring) coccus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halococcus.html|Halococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 8 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halococcus dombrowskii|H. dombrowskii]]'' ( Stan-Lotter ''et al''. 2002, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''dombrowskii'', of Dombrowski, referring to Heinz J. Dombrowski, a pioneer in the isolation of micro-organisms from very ancient materials.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/5/1807</ref> * ''[[Halococcus hamelinensis|H. hamelinensis]]'' ( Goh ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hamelinensis'', pertaining to Hamelin Pool, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64180-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halococcus morrhuae|H. morrhuae]]'' ( (Farlow 1880) Kocur and Hodgkiss 1973, ''species''. (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] noun ''morrhua'', morrhua, the specific epithet of the codfish, ''Gadus'' ''morhua'' [[Latin]] (often misspelled morrhua); [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''morrhuae'', of the codfish.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/30/1/225</ref> * ''[[Halococcus qingdaonensis|H. qingdaonensis]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''qingdaonensis'', pertaining to Qingdao, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64673-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halococcus saccharolyticus|H. saccharolyticus]]'' ( Montero ''et al''. 1990, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saccharolyticus'', producing lysis of sugar.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/40/1/105</ref> * ''[[Halococcus salifodinae|H. salifodinae]]'' ( Denner ''et al''. 1994, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salifodinae'', of a salt mine, referring to the source of the isolate.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/4/774</ref> * ''[[Halococcus thailandensis|H. thailandensis]]'' ( Namwong ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''thailandensis'', pertaining to Thailand, where the first strains were isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65218-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halococcus turkmenicus|H. turkmenicus]]'' ( Zvyagintseva and Tarasov 1989, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''turkmenicus'', of Turkmen (Turkmenistan), from where the bacterium was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/495</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloechinothrix[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloechinothrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Pseudonocardineae]] | genus = ''Haloechinothrix'' | binomial_authority = Tang ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018531-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. alba | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloechinothrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloechinothrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''ekhinos'', hedgehog; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haloechinothrix'', halophilic, hedgehog-like filament, referring to halophilic filamentous actinomycetes with spiny aerial mycelium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloechinothrix.html|Haloechinothrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloechinothrix alba|H. alba]]'' ( Tang ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''alba'', white.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018531-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Haloferax[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloferax'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haloferax'' | binomial_authority = Torreblanca ''et al''. 1986<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. volcanii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloferax''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloferax'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''ferax'' -''acis'', fertile; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Haloferax'', salt (-requiring) and fertile.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloferax.html|Haloferax}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haloferax alexandrinus|H. alexandrinus]]'' ( Asker and Ohta 2002, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alexandrinus'', pertaining to Alexandria, a city in Egypt, where the strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax denitrificans|H. denitrificans]]'' ( (Tomlinson ''et al''. 1986) Tindall ''et al''. 1989, ;: [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/3/359</ref> * ''[[Haloferax elongans|H. elongans]]'' ( Allen ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''elongans'', elongating/extending, referring to the capacity of the species to form very long rods.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65360-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax gibbonsii|H. gibbonsii]]'' ( Juez ''et al''. 1986, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''gibbonsii'', of Gibbons; named for the Canadian microbiologist N.E. Gibbons, one of the pioneers in the study of halobacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/4/573</ref> * ''[[Haloferax larsenii|H. larsenii]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''larsenii'', of Larsen, named in honour of Professor Helge Larsen, one of the pioneers of halophile research.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64573-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax lucentense|H. lucentense]]'' ( corrig. Gutierrez ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lucentense'', pertaining to the city of ''Lucentum'', Alicante, Spain.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-002-0282-7}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax mediterranei|H. mediterranei]]'' ( (Rodriguez-Valera ''et al''. 1983) Torreblanca ''et al''. 1987, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mediterranei'' (from [[Latin]] ''Mediterraneum'' ''mare''), of the Mediterranean Sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/37/2/179</ref> * ''[[Haloferax mucosum|H. mucosum]]'' ( Allen ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''mucosum'', slimy, a property of the colonies.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65360-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax prahovense|H. prahovense]]'' ( Enache ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''prahovense'', pertaining to Prahova county, Romania, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64674-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferax sulfurifontis|H. sulfurifontis]]'' ( Elshahed ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sulfur'' ''sulfuris'', sulfur; [[Latin]] noun ''fons'' ''fontis'', spring; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''sulfurifontis'', of a sulfurous spring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/6/2275</ref> * ''[[Haloferax volcanii|H. volcanii]]'' ( (Mullakhanbhai and Larsen 1975) Torreblanca ''et al''. 1986, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''volcanii'', of Volcani; named after Israeli microbiologist B.E. Volcani, discoverer of life in the Dead Sea.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/4/573</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloferula[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloferula'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = [[Verrucomicrobia]] | classis = [[Verrucomicrobiae]] | ordo = [[Verrucomicrobiales]] | familia = [[Verrucomicrobiaceae]] | genus = ''Haloferula'' | binomial_authority = Yoon ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. rosea | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloferula''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Verrucomicrobia]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloferula'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt, brine; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''ferula'', a stick, cane; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haloferula'', a rod-shaped bacterium from the sea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloferula.html|Haloferula}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 5 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haloferula harenae|H. harenae]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''harenae'', of/from sand.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferula helveola|H. helveola]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''helveola'', pale yellow, yellowish.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferula phyci|H. phyci]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''phyci'', of a sea-weed.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferula rosea|H. rosea]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''rosea'', rose-coloured, rosy.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloferula sargassicola|H. sargassicola]]'' ( Yoon ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] noun ''Sargassum'', a genus name of planktonic macroalgae; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant; [[New Latin]] noun ''sargassicola'', inhabitant of ''Sargassum''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/000711-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Verrucomicrobia]]


Halogeometricum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halogeometricum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halogeometricum'' | binomial_authority = Montalvo-Rodríguez ''et al''. 1998<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019463-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. borinquense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halogeometricum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halogeometricum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', the sea, salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''geometricum'', geometrical; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halogeometricum'', salty geometrical shape.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halogeometricum.html|Halogeometricum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halogeometricum borinquense|H. borinquense]]'' ( Montalvo-Rodríguez ''et al''. 1998, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''borinquense'', of Borinquen, the native Indian name for Puerto Rico.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/48/4/1305</ref> * ''[[Halogeometricum rufum|H. rufum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''rufum'', red.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.019463-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloglycomyces[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloglycomyces'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Glycomycineae]] | familia = [[Glycomycetaceae]] | genus = ''Haloglycomyces'' | binomial_authority = Guan ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006270-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. albus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloglycomyces''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloglycomyces'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Glycomyces'', a bacterial genus name; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haloglycomyces'', a salt-(loving) ''Glycomyces''-like bacterium.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloglycomyces.html|Haloglycomyces}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloglycomyces albus|H. albus]]'' ( Guan ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''albus'', white, referring to the white aerial mycelium.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.006270-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Halogranum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halogranum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halogranum'' | binomial_authority = Cui ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014928-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. rubrum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halogranum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halogranum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''granum'', granule; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halogranum'', salty granule shape.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halogranum.html|Halogranum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halogranum amylolyticum|H. amylolyticum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''amulon'', starch; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loosen, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''amylolyticum'', starch-dissolving, referring to the property of being able to hydrolyse starch.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.024976-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halogranum gelatinilyticum|H. gelatinilyticum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''gelatinum'', gelatin; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lyticum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lutikon''), able to loosen, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''gelatinilyticum'', gelatin-dissolving, referring to the property of being able to hydrolyse gelatin.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.024976-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halogranum rubrum|H. rubrum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''rubrum'', red.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014928-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloincola[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloincola'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halanaerobiaceae]] | genus = ''Haloincola'' | binomial_authority = Zhilina ''et al''. 1992<ref>{{cite doi|10.1006/anae.1995.1018}}</ref> | type_species = H. saccharolyticus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloincola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloincola'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] or [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''incola'', inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haloincola'', salt-dweller.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloincola.html|Haloincola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloincola saccharolyticus|H. saccharolyticus]]'' ( corrig. Zhilina ''et al''. 1992, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lyticus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''saccharolyticus'', sugar-dissolving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/3/511</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halolactibacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halolactibacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Bacilli]] | ordo = [[Bacillales]] | familia = [[Bacillaceae]] | genus = ''Halolactibacillus'' | binomial_authority = Ishikawa ''et al''. 2005<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65511-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. halophilus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halolactibacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halolactibacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] noun ''lac'' ''lactis'', milk; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', stick, a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halolactibacillus'', salt (loving) lactic acid rodlet.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halolactibacillus.html|Halolactibacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halolactibacillus alkaliphilus|H. alkaliphilus]]'' ( Cao ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'', alkali; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilus'', alkali loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65511-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halolactibacillus halophilus|H. halophilus]]'' ( Ishikawa ''et al''. 2005, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2427</ref> * ''[[Halolactibacillus miurensis|H. miurensis]]'' ( Ishikawa ''et al''. 2005, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''miurensis'', pertaining to the Miura Peninsula, Japan, where the strains were isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2427</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halomarina[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halomarina'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halomarina'' | binomial_authority = Inoue ''et al''. 2011<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020677-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. oriensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halomarina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halomarina'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''marinus'' -''a'' -''um'', marine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halomarina'', a halophile existing in the marine environment.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halomarina.html|Halomarina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halomarina oriensis|H. oriensis]]'' ( Inoue ''et al''. 2011, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''oriensis'', pertaining to ORI, an arbitrary adjective formed from the acronym for the Ocean Research Institute (University of Tokyo), where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.020677-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halomethanococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halomethanococcus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Methanomicrobia]] | ordo = [[Methanosarcinales]] | familia = [[Methanosarcinaceae]] | genus = ''Halomethanococcus'' | binomial_authority = Yu and Kawamura 1988<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/328</ref> | type_species = H. doii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halomethanococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halomethanococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] noun ''methanum'' [from French noun ''méth''(''yle'') and chemical suffix -''ane''], methane; [[New Latin]] pref. ''methano''-, pertaining to methane; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)''), berry; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halomethanococcus'', the salt-methane coccus.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halomethanococcus.html|Halomethanococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halomethanococcus doii|H. doii]]'' ( Yu and Kawamura 1988, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''doii'', of Doi, named for R. H. Doi, a scientist who has contributed to microbiology.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/38/3/328</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halomicrobium[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halomicrobium'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halomicrobium'' | binomial_authority = Oren ''et al''. 2002<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/5/1831</ref> | type_species = H. mukohataei | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halomicrobium''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halomicrobium'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''microbium'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''mikros (μικρός)'', small and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''bios (βίος)'', life), a microbe; [[New Latin]] neutr. noun ''Halomicrobium'', small, salt-life form.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halomicrobium.html|Halomicrobium}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halomicrobium katesii|H. katesii]]'' ( Kharroub ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''katesii'', of Kates, named in honour of Professor Morris Kates, for his contributions on halophilic micro-organisms.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65662-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halomicrobium mukohataei|H. mukohataei]]'' ( (Ihara ''et al''. 1997) Oren ''et al''. 2002, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''mukohataei'', of Mukohata, named after Yasuo Mukohata, Japanese biochemist and biophysicist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/5/1831</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halonatronum[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halonatronum'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halobacteroidaceae]] | genus = ''Halonatronum'' | binomial_authority = Zhilina ''et al''. 2001<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/51/2/263</ref> | type_species = H. saccharophilum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halonatronum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halonatronum'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''natron'', arbitrarily derived from the Arabic noun ''natrun'' or ''natron'' soda; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halonatronum'', an organism growing with salt and soda.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halonatronum.html|Halonatronum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halonatronum saccharophilum|H. saccharophilum]]'' ( Zhilina ''et al''. 2001, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharophilum'', sugar-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/51/2/263</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halonotius[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halonotius'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halonotius'' | binomial_authority = Burns ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010017-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. pteroides | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halonotius''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halonotius'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''notius'', southern; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halonotius'', a salty southern one.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halonotius.html|Halonotius}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halonotius pteroides|H. pteroides]]'' ( Burns ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pteron'', wing; [[Latin]] suff. -''oides'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] suff. -''eides'', from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''eidos'', that which is seen, form, shape, figure), ressembling, similar; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pteroides'', wing-like, named after the shape of many of the cells, which are flattened rods with rounded ends that appear similar to the wings of small insects.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010017-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halopelagius[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halopelagius'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halopelagius'' | binomial_authority = Cui ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018598-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. inordinatus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halopelagius''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halopelagius'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pelagius'', of or pertaining to the sea; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halopelagius'', salt organism from the sea.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halopelagius.html|Halopelagius}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halopelagius inordinatus|H. inordinatus]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''inordinatus'', not arranged, irregular.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018598-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halopiger[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halopiger'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halopiger'' | binomial_authority = Gutiérrez ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65001-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. xanaduensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halopiger''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halopiger'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''piger'', lazy; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halopiger'', lazy halophile, referring to the slow growth under laboratory conditions.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halopiger.html|Halopiger}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halopiger aswanensis|H. aswanensis]]'' ( Hezayen ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''aswanensis'', of or belonging to Aswan, isolated from a hypersaline soil in Aswan, Egypt.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013078-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halopiger xanaduensis|H. xanaduensis]]'' ( Gutiérrez ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''xanaduensis'', referring to Xanadu, the lost city of Kublai Khan, located in Inner Mongolia, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65001-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloplanus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloplanus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haloplanus'' | binomial_authority = Bardavid ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64648-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. natans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloplanus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloplanus'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''planus'', flat; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Haloplanus'', flat salt-life form.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloplanus.html|Haloplanus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haloplanus aerogenes|H. aerogenes]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''aer, aeros (ἀήρ, ἀέρος)'', air; [[New Latin]] suff. -''genes'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''gennaō (γεννάω)'', to produce), producing; [[New Latin]] adjective ''aerogenes'', gas-producing.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.025023-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloplanus natans|H. natans]]'' ( Bardavid ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Latin]] participle adjective ''natans'', swimming, floating.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64648-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloplanus vescus|H. vescus]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''vescus'', thin and weak.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018564-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Haloplasma[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloplasma'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Tenericutes]]" | classis = [[Mollicutes]] | ordo = [[Haloplasmatales]] | familia = [[Haloplasmataceae]] | genus = ''Haloplasma'' | binomial_authority = Antunes ''et al''. 2008 (complete authorship reads Antunes, Rainey, da Costa and Huber), (Type genus of the order ''Haloplasmatales'' Rainey ''et al''. 2008; type genus of the family ''Haloplasmataceae'' Rainey ''et al''. 2008).<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/008953-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. contractile | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloplasma''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Tenericutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloplasma'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''plasma (πλάσμα)'', something formed or molded, a form; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Haloplasma'', a salt-loving form.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloplasma.html|Haloplasma}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloplasma contractile|H. contractile]]'' ( Antunes ''et al''. 2008 (complete authorship reads Antunes, Rainey, da Costa and Huber), (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''contractile'', contractile.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/008953-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Tenericutes]]


Haloquadratum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: parse error for type species --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloquadratum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haloquadratum'' | binomial_authority = Burns ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64690-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloquadratum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloquadratum'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''quadratum'', square; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Haloquadratum'', salt square.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloquadratum.html|Haloquadratum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Haloquadratum walsbyi|H. walsbyi]]'' ( Burns ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''walsbyi'', of Walsby, named after A. E. Walsby, who first published observations on this organism.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64690-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halorhabdus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halorhabdus'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = [[Euryarchaeota]] | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halorhabdus'' | binomial_authority = Wainø ''et al''. 2000<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65316-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. utahensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halorhabdus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halorhabdus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''rhabdos (ῥάβδος)'', rod, stick; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halorhabdus'', salt (-loving) rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halorhabdus.html|Halorhabdus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halorhabdus tiamatea|H. tiamatea]]'' ( Antunes ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tiamatea'', belonging to, or related to, Tiamat, the ancient Mesopotamian goddess of 'the primal abyss' and salty water.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65316-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorhabdus utahensis|H. utahensis]]'' ( Wainø ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''utahensis'', of or belonging to the state of Utah, USA, where the strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/1/183</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halorhodospira[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halorhodospira'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Ectothiorhodospiraceae]] | genus = ''Halorhodospira'' | binomial_authority = Imhoff and Süling 1997<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> | type_species = H. halophila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halorhodospira''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halorhodospira'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''rhodon (ῥόδον)'', [[rose]]; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spira'', the spiral; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halorhodospira'', the spiral rose from salt lakes.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halorhodospira.html|Halorhodospira}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halorhodospira abdelmalekii|H. abdelmalekii]]'' ( (Imhoff and Trüper 1982) Imhoff and Süling 1997, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''abdelmalekii'', of Abd-El-Malek, named for Yousef Abd-El-Malek, an Egyptian microbiologist.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> * ''[[Halorhodospira halochloris|H. halochloris]]'' ( (Imhoff and Trüper 1979) Imhoff and Süling 1997, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''chlōros'', green;  [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halochloris'', green-colored and from salt lakes.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> * ''[[Halorhodospira halophila|H. halophila]]'' ( (Raymond and Sistrom 1969) Imhoff and Süling 1997, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''halophila'', salt-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s002030050304}}</ref> * ''[[Halorhodospira neutriphila|H. neutriphila]]'' ( Hirschler-Réa ''et al''. 2003, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''neutralis'', neutral; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''philos (φίλος)'' meaning friend, loving; [[New Latin]] adjective ''neutriphila'', preferring neutral pH.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/005264-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Halorubrum[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halorubrum'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halorubrum'' | binomial_authority = McGenity and Grant 1996<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. saccharovorum | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halorubrum''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halorubrum'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''rubrum'', red; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halorubrum'' salt (-requiring) and red.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halorubrum.html|Halorubrum}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 25 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halorubrum aidingense|H. aidingense]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aidingense'', from Aiding salt lake in China, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64305-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum alkaliphilum|H. alkaliphilum]]'' ( Feng ''et al''. 2005, ; Arabic article ''al'', the; Arabic noun ''qaliy'', ashes of saltwort; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philum'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''philon (φίλον)''), loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''alkaliphilum'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/1/149</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum aquaticum|H. aquaticum]]'' ( Gutíerrez ''et al''. 2011, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''aquaticum'', living, growing or found in or by water, aquatic.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.025015-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum arcis|H. arcis]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''arcis'', of a height, summit or peak, referring to the isolation of the type strain from a saline lake on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64921-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum californiense|H. californiense]]'' ( Pesenti ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''californiense'', pertaining to California, USA, where the strain was isolated from a solar saltern.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/002410-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum chaoviator|H. chaoviator]]'' ( Mancinelli ''et al''. 2009, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''chaos'', empty space, the void; [[Latin]] noun ''viator'', traveller; [[New Latin]] noun ''chaoviator'' (nominative in apposition), the traveller of the void, referring to the exposure of the type strain to conditions of outer space in the Biopan facility.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.000463-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum cibi|H. cibi]]'' ( Roh and Bae 2009, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cibi'', of food.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.017988-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum coriense|H. coriense]]'' ( (Kamekura and Dyall-Smith 1996) Oren and Ventosa 1996, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''coriense'', pertaining to Corio, a saltern along Corio Bay, Geelong, Australia, where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/4/1180</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum distributum|H. distributum]]'' ( (Zvyagintseva and Tarasov 1989) Oren and Ventosa 1996, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] participle adjective ''distributum'', distributed (widely).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/4/1180</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum ejinorense|H. ejinorense]]'' ( Castillo ''et al''. 2007, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ejinorense'', of Ejinor, referring to the isolation of the organism from the saline Lake Ejinor, in Inner Mongolia, China.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65241-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum ezzemoulense|H. ezzemoulense]]'' ( Kharroub ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''ezzemoulense'', pertaining to Ezzemoul sabkha, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64272-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum kocurii|H. kocurii]]'' ( Gutiérrez ''et al''. 2008, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kocurii'', of Kocur, named for the Czech microbiologist M. Kocur, a pioneer in the study of halophilic archaea and bacteria.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65840-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum lacusprofundi|H. lacusprofundi]]'' ( (Franzmann ''et al''. 1989) McGenity and Grant 1996, ;: [[Latin]] noun ''lacus'', lake; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''profundus'', deep; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''lacusprofundi'', of the deep lake, referring to Deep Lake, Antarctica, where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum lipolyticum|H. lipolyticum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''lipos'', fat; [[New Latin]] adjective ''lyticus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''lutikos (λυτικός)'' -''ē'' -''on''), able to loose, able to dissolve; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''lipolyticum'', fat-dissolving, referring to the property of being able to hydrolyse lipids.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64305-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum litoreum|H. litoreum]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''litoreum'', of or belonging to, the seashore.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65268-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum luteum|H. luteum]]'' ( Hu ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''luteum'', orange coloured.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65700-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum orientale|H. orientale]]'' ( Castillo ''et al''. 2006, ;: [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''orientale'', of or belonging to the East, eastern, pertaining to the isolation of the type strain from China.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64420-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum saccharovorum|H. saccharovorum]]'' ( (Tomlinson and Hochstein 1977) McGenity and Grant 1996, (Type species of the genus).;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''sakchâr'', sugar; [[Latin]] v. ''voro'', to devour; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''saccharovorum'', sugar-devouring.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum sodomense|H. sodomense]]'' ( (Oren 1983) McGenity and Grant 1996, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''sodomense'', pertaining to Sodom, near the Dead Sea, where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum tebenquichense|H. tebenquichense]]'' ( Lizama ''et al''. 2002, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tebenquichense'', of the Tebenquiche, the hypersaline lake of Atacama Saltern.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/52/1/149</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum terrestre|H. terrestre]]'' ( Ventosa ''et al''. 2004, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''terrestre'', of or belonging to the earth or to the land, terrestrial.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/2/389</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum tibetense|H. tibetense]]'' ( Fan ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''tibetense'', from Tibet.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/4/1213</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum trapanicum|H. trapanicum]]'' ( (Petter 1931) McGenity and Grant 1996, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''trapanicum'', pertaining to Trapani, Sicily, the site of the salt from which the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/46/1/362</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Halorubrum vacuolatum|H. vacuolatum]]'' ( (Mwatha and Grant 1993) Kamekura ''et al''. 1997, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''vacuolatum'', vacuolate (containing gas vacuoles).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/853</ref> * ''[[Halorubrum xinjiangense|H. xinjiangense]]'' ( Feng ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''xinjiangense'', pertaining to Xinjiang, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1789</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halosarcina[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halosarcina'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halosarcina'' | binomial_authority = Savage ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65398-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. pallida | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halosarcina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halosarcina'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''sarcina'', a package; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halosarcina'', a salt (-loving) package.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halosarcina.html|Halosarcina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halosarcina limi|H. limi]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2010, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''limi'', of/from mud.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.018697-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halosarcina pallida|H. pallida]]'' ( Savage ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''pallida'', pale.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65398-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halosimplex[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halosimplex'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halosimplex'' | binomial_authority = Vreeland ''et al''. 2003 (authorship reads Vreeland, Rosenzweig, Straight, Krammes, Dougherty and Kamekura)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-002-0278-3}}</ref> | type_species = H. carlsbadense | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halosimplex''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halosimplex'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''simplex'' -''icis'', simple (in a moral sense), without dissimulation, uncomplicated; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''Halosimplex'', simple salts, the simple halophile.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halosimplex.html|Halosimplex}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halosimplex carlsbadense|H. carlsbadense]]'' ( Vreeland ''et al''. 2003, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] adjective ''carlsbadense'', pertaining to Carlsbad, isolated near Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1007/s00792-002-0278-3}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halospina[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halospina'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Hahellaceae]] | genus = ''Halospina'' | binomial_authority = Sorokin ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63964-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. denitrificans | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halospina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halospina'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spina'', spine; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halospina'', a salt (loving) spine (long thin rod).<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halospina.html|Halospina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halospina denitrificans|H. denitrificans]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] v. ''denitrifico'', to denitrify; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63964-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Halospirulina[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halospirulina'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Cyanobacteria]]" | ordo = [[Oscillatoriales]] | genus = ''Halospirulina'' | binomial_authority = Nübel ''et al''. 2000<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1265</ref> | type_species = H. tapeticola | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halospirulina''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Cyanobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halospirulina'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] dim. [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''spirulina'', a small coil; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halospirulina'', salt-tolerant small coil.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halospirulina.html|Halospirulina}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halospirulina tapeticola|H. tapeticola]]'' ( Nübel ''et al''. 2000, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''tapete'' -''is'', a carpet, mat; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''tapeticola'', microbial-mat dweller.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1265</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Cyanobacteria]]


Halostagnicola[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halostagnicola'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halostagnicola'' | binomial_authority = Castillo ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64286-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. larsenii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halostagnicola''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halostagnicola'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|neuter gender]] noun ''stagnum'', a piece of standing water, pond, lake; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), inhabitant, dweller; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halostagnicola'', a dweller of a saline lake.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halostagnicola.html|Halostagnicola}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halostagnicola alkaliphila|H. alkaliphila]]'' ( Nagaoka ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'' (from Arabic ''al''-''qalyi'', the ashes of saltwort) alkali; [[New Latin]] adjective ''philus'' -''a'' -''um'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective φίλος -''ē'' -''on''), friend to, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''alkaliphila'', loving alkaline conditions.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.023119-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halostagnicola kamekurae|H. kamekurae]]'' ( Nagaoka ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kamekurae'', of Kamekura, named after the Japanese microbiologist Masahiro Kamekura, who contributed to the study of haloarchaea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.014449-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halostagnicola larsenii|H. larsenii]]'' ( Castillo ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''larsenii'', of Larsen, named for the Norwegian microbiologist H. Larsen, one of the pioneers in the study of haloarchaea.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64286-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halotalea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halotalea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Halomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Halotalea'' | binomial_authority = Ntougias ''et al''. 2007<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65078-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. alkalilenta | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halotalea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halotalea'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''talea'', a staff, rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halotalea'', rod-shaped cells living in saline conditions.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halotalea.html|Halotalea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halotalea alkalilenta|H. alkalilenta]]'' ( Ntougias ''et al''. 2007, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkali'' (from Arabic ''al'' ''qaliy''), soda ash; [[Latin]] adjective ''lentus'', slow; [[New Latin]] noun ''alkalilenta'', slow in alkaline conditions/alkalitolerant.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65078-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Haloterrigena[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Haloterrigena'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Haloterrigena'' | binomial_authority = Ventosa ''et al''. 1999<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008904-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. turkmenica | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Haloterrigena''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Haloterrigena'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', the sea, salt; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''terrigena'', born from the earth; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Haloterrigena'', salt (-requiring) and born from the earth.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/haloterrigena.html|Haloterrigena}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 9 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Haloterrigena daqingensis|H. daqingensis]]'' ( Wang ''et al''. 2010, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''daqingensis'', pertaining to Daqing, north-east China, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.013995-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena hispanica|H. hispanica]]'' ( Romano ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''hispanica'', of Hispania, from where the organism was originally isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64895-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena jeotgali|H. jeotgali]]'' ( Roh ''et al''. 2009, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''jeotgali'', of jeotgal, a traditional Korean fermented seafood.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.008243-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena limicola|H. limicola]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] noun ''limus'', mud; [[Latin]] suff. -''cola'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''incola''), dweller; [[New Latin]] noun ''limicola'', mud-dweller.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64372-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena longa|H. longa]]'' ( Cui ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''longa'', long, referring to the production of long rods in liquid medium.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64372-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena saccharevitans|H. saccharevitans]]'' ( Xu ''et al''. 2005, ; [[Latin]] noun ''saccharon'' -''i'', a kind of sugar; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''evitans'', avoiding; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''saccharevitans'', sugar-avoiding, because it uses very few sugars.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/6/2539</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena salina|H. salina]]'' ( Gutiérrez ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''salina'', salted, saline.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.2008/001602-0}}</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena thermotolerans|H. thermotolerans]]'' ( Montalvo-Rodríguez ''et al''. 2000, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''thermē (θέρμη)'', heat; [[Latin]] participle adjective ''tolerans'', tolerating; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''thermotolerans'', heat tolerating.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1065</ref> * ''[[Haloterrigena turkmenica|H. turkmenica]]'' ( (Zvyagintseva and Tarasov 1989) Ventosa ''et al''. 1999, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''turkmenica'', of Turkmen (Turkmenistan), from where the bacterium was originally isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/1/131</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Halothermothrix[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halothermothrix'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Halanaerobiales]] | familia = [[Halanaerobiaceae]] | genus = ''Halothermothrix'' | binomial_authority = Cayol ''et al''. 1994<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/534</ref> | type_species = H. orenii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halothermothrix''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halothermothrix'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''thermos (θερμός)'', hot; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''thrix'', hair; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Halothermothrix'', a thermophilic (fermentative) halophile.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halothermothrix.html|Halothermothrix}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Halothermothrix orenii|H. orenii]]'' ( Cayol ''et al''. 1994, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''orenii'', of Oren, named after Aharon Oren who has made important contributions to the knowledge of halophilic anaerobic bacteria.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/534</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Halothiobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halothiobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Chromatiales]] | familia = [[Halothiobacillaceae]] | genus = ''Halothiobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Kelly and Wood 2000, (Type genus of the family ''Halothiobacillaceae'' Kelly and Wood 2005).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/511</ref> | type_species = H. neapolitanus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halothiobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halothiobacillus'' derives from: : [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''theion (θέω)'' (Latin transliteration ''thium''), sulfur; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', a small rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halothiobacillus'', salt-loving sulfur rodlet.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halothiobacillus.html|Halothiobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 4 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halothiobacillus halophilus|H. halophilus]]'' ( (Wood and Kelly 1995) Kelly and Wood 2000, ;: [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''philus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective φίλος), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''halophilus'', salt-loving.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/511</ref> * ''[[Halothiobacillus hydrothermalis|H. hydrothermalis]]'' ( (Durand ''et al''. 1997) Kelly and Wood 2000, ;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hydrothermalis'', hydrothermal, pertaining to a hydrothermal vent in the North Fiji basin.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/511</ref> * ''[[Halothiobacillus kellyi|H. kellyi]]'' ( Sievert ''et al''. 2000, ;: [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''kellyi'', of Kelly; named after Donovan P. Kelly, a British microbiologist who has made important contributions to research on sulfur-oxidizing bacteria and their physiology.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/3/1229</ref> * ''[[Halothiobacillus neapolitanus|H. neapolitanus]]'' ( (Parker 1957) Kelly and Wood 2000, (Type species of the genus).;: [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''neapolitanus'', Neapolitan; pertaining to the seawater at Naples from which this species was probably first isolated by Nathansohn in 1902.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/50/2/511</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Halovibrio[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Halovibrio'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Gammaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Oceanospirillales]] | familia = [[Halomonadaceae]] | genus = ''Halovibrio'' | binomial_authority = Fendrich 1989<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63964-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. variabilis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halovibrio''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halovibrio'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun <em>hals</em> halos, salt; [[Latin]] noun ''vibro'', nominally meaning "that which vibrates", but in effect meaning a curved rod bacterium (a vibrio); [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halovibrio'', halophilic vibrio.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halovibrio.html|Halovibrio}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halovibrio denitrificans|H. denitrificans]]'' ( Sorokin ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] v. ''denitrifico'', to denitrify; [[New Latin]] participle adjective ''denitrificans'', denitrifying.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63964-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halovibrio variabilis|H. variabilis]]'' ( Fendrich 1989, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''variabilis'', changeable, variable; referring to variation of the cell diameter with changing salt concentrations.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63964-0}}</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Halovivax[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Halovivax'' | domain = [[Archaea]] | phylum = "[[Euryarchaeota]]" | classis = [[Halobacteria]] | ordo = [[Halobacteriales]] | familia = [[Halobacteriaceae]] | genus = ''Halovivax'' | binomial_authority = Castillo ''et al''. 2006<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63954-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. asiaticus | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Halovivax''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Euryarchaeota]] ([[Archaea]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Halovivax'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''hals, halos (ἅλς, ἁλός)'', salt; [[Latin]] adjective ''vivax'', long-lived, tenacious of life; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Halovivax'', long-living halophile.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/halovivax.html|Halovivax}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Halovivax asiaticus|H. asiaticus]]'' ( Castillo ''et al''. 2006, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''asiaticus'', pertaining to Asia, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63954-0}}</ref> * ''[[Halovivax ruber|H. ruber]]'' ( Castillo ''et al''. 2007, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''ruber'', red.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64899-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Archaea]] [[Category:Euryarchaeota]]


Hamadaea[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Hamadaea'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micromonosporineae]] | familia = [[Micromonosporaceae]] | genus = ''Hamadaea'' | binomial_authority = Ara ''et al''. 2008<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65548-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. tsunoensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Hamadaea''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Hamadaea'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Hamadaea'', named after Masa Hamada, the Japanese microbiologist who made a tremendous contribution to actinomycete research.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/hamadaea.html|Hamadaea}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Hamadaea tsunoensis|H. tsunoensis]]'' ( (Asano ''et al''. 1989) Ara ''et al''. 2008, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''tsunoensis'', pertaining to Tsuno-gun, Yamaguchi, Japan, the origin of the soil sample from which the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65548-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Hansschlegelia[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Hansschlegelia'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Alphaproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Rhizobiales]] | familia = [[Methylocystaceae]] | genus = ''Hansschlegelia'' | binomial_authority = Ivanova ''et al''. 2010<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.024562-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. plantiphila | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Hansschlegelia''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Hansschlegelia'' derives from:<br/>[[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''Hansschlegelia'', named after Hans Schlegel, the famous German microbiologist, Professor Hans G. Schlegel, known for his classic studies on autotrophic bacteria..<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/hansschlegelia.html|Hansschlegelia}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 2 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Hansschlegelia plantiphila|H. plantiphila]]'' ( Ivanova ''et al''. 2010, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''planta'', any vegetable production that serves to propagate the species, a young plant, a plant; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''phila'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''philē (φίλη)''), friend, loving; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] adjective ''plantiphila'', plant-loving.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.024562-0}}</ref> * ''[[Hansschlegelia zhihuaiae|H. zhihuaiae]]'' ( Wen ''et al''. 2011, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''zhihuaiae'', named after Zhihua Wu (1935–2001), a Chinese pedologist who devoted herself to the study of soil biology.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.021543-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Proteobacteria]]


Helcobacillus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Helcobacillus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Actinobacteria]]" | classis = [[Actinobacteria]] | subclassis = [[Actinobacteridae]] | ordo = [[Actinomycetales]] | subordo = [[Micrococcineae]] | familia = [[Dermabacteraceae]] | genus = ''Helcobacillus'' | binomial_authority = Renvoise ''et al''. 2009<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003319-0}}</ref> | type_species = H. massiliensis | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Helcobacillus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Actinobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Helcobacillus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''helkos'', wound; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''bacillus'', rod; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Helcobacillus'', a rod found in wounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/helcobacillus.html|Helcobacillus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains a single species,<ref name=main/> namely ''[[Helcobacillus massiliensis|H. massiliensis]]'' ( Renvoise ''et al''. 2009, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''massiliensis'', of ''Massilia'', the old Roman name for Marseille, where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.003319-0}}</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Actinobacteria]]


Helcococcus[edit]

{{italic title}} {{Taxobox | name = ''Helcococcus'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Firmicutes]]" | classis = [[Clostridia]] | ordo = [[Clostridiales]] | genus = ''Helcococcus'' | binomial_authority = Collins ''et al''. 1993<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/3/425</ref> | type_species = H. kunzii | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Helcococcus''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Firmicutes]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Helcococcus'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''helkos'', wound; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''coccus'' ([[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] mas. noun ''kokkos (κόκκος)''), berry; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Helcococcus'', a coccus found in wounds.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/helcococcus.html|Helcococcus}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 3 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Helcococcus kunzii|H. kunzii]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1993, (Type species of the genus).; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''kunzii'', of Kunz, named after Lawrence J. Kunz, an American bacteriologist.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/3/425</ref> * ''[[Helcococcus ovis|H. ovis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 1999, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ovis'', of a sheep.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/49/4/1429</ref> * ''[[Helcococcus sueciensis|H. sueciensis]]'' ( Collins ''et al''. 2004, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''sueciensis'', from Sweden, pertaining to Sweden, the country in which the organisms was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/54/5/1557</ref> ==See Also== * [[Bacterial taxonomy]] * [[Microbiology]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Bacteria]] [[Category:Firmicutes]]


Helicobacter[edit]

{{italic title}} <!--Errors: emendment --> {{Taxobox | name = ''Helicobacter'' | domain = [[Bacteria]] | phylum = "[[Proteobacteria]]" | classis = [[Epsilonproteobacteria]] | ordo = [[Campylobacterales]] | familia = [[Helicobacteraceae]] | genus = ''Helicobacter'' | binomial_authority = Goodwin ''et al''. 1989, (Type genus of the family ''Helicobacteraceae'' Garrity ''et al''. 2006).<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/397</ref> | type_species = H. pylori | subdivision_ranks = Species }} '''''Helicobacter''''' is a genus in the phylum [[Proteobacteria]] ([[Bacteria]]).<ref>{{lpsn|classificationdl.html|Classification of Genera DL}}</ref> ==Etymology== The name ''Helicobacter'' derives from:<br/>[[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] adjective ''helix'' -''îkos'', twisted, curved, spiral; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun , a rod''[[-bacter|bacter]]'', nominally meaning "a rod", but in effect meaning a bacterium, a rod, a staff; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''Helicobacter'', a spiral rod.<ref name=main>{{lpsn|h/helicobacter.html|Helicobacter}}</ref> ==Species== The genus contains 32 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely<ref name=main/> * ''[[Helicobacter acinonychis|H. acinonychis]]'' ( corrig. Eaton ''et al''. 1993, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''acinonychis'', of  ''Acinonyx'', referring to the feline species ''Acinonyx'' ''jubatus'' (cheetah), from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/1/99</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter anseris|H. anseris]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''anseris'', of a goose.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter aurati|H. aurati]]'' ( Patterson ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Latin]] adjective ''auratus'', adorned with gold, covered with gold, gilded, golden; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] noun ''aurati'', of the golden one, named after the golden Syrian hamster, ''Mesocricetus'' ''auratus'', from which it was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/52/1/3</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter baculiformis|H. baculiformis]]'' ( Baele ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] noun ''baculus'', rod; [[Latin]] suff. -''formis'' (from [[Latin]] noun ''forma'', figure, shape, appearance), -like, in the shape of; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''baculiformis'', rod-shaped.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65152-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter bilis|H. bilis]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 1997, ; [[Latin]] noun ''bilis'' -''is'', bile; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bilis'', of the bile, referring to the bodily fluid from which it was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63245-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter bizzozeronii|H. bizzozeronii]]'' ( Hänninen ''et al''. 1996, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''bizzozeronii'', of  Bizzozero, named in honor of Guilio Bizzozero, an Italian pathologist who was one of the first scientists to describe spiral organisms in the canine gastric tract.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/1/160</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter brantae|H. brantae]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''brantae'', of ''Branta'', the zoological genus name of Canada geese (''Branta'' ''canadensis'').)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter canadensis|H. canadensis]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 2002, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''canadensis'', pertaining to Canada, the country of original isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/52/1/3</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter canis|H. canis]]'' ( Stanley ''et al''. 1994, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''canis'', of the dog, after source of first isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/2/370</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter cetorum|H. cetorum]]'' ( Harper ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''cetorum'', of cetaceans (whales, dolphins).)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter cholecystus|H. cholecystus]]'' ( Franklin ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''cholecystis'' (from. [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''cholē'', bile, and [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kustis'', bladder); gallbladder; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''cholecystus'', related to the gallbladder.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/47/2/601</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter cinaedi|H. cinaedi]]'' ( (Totten ''et al''. 1988) Vandamme ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''cinaedi'', of a homosexual.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010157-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter cynogastricus|H. cynogastricus]]'' ( Van den Bulck ''et al''. 2006, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''kuon'', dog; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''gastricus'', pertaining to the stomach; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''cynogastricus'', pertaining to a dog's stomach.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.63860-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter equorum|H. equorum]]'' ( Moyaert ''et al''. 2007, ;: [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''equorum'', of horses, from where the type strain was isolated.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64279-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter felis|H. felis]]'' ( Paster ''et al''. 1991, ; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''felis'', of a cat.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/31</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter fennelliae|H. fennelliae]]'' ( (Totten ''et al''. 1988) Vandamme ''et al''. 1991, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] [[grammatical gender|feminine gender]] noun ''fennelliae'', of Fennell, named after C.[[Latin]] Fennell, the person who first isolated this organism from rectal swabs of homosexual males.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/88</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter ganmani|H. ganmani]]'' ( Robertson ''et al''. 2001, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''ganmani'', of ganman which, in the language of the Gadigal people (indigenous Australians who live in the Sydney Harbour area), means "snake finder". Thus ganmani is intended to refer to both the spiral, snake-like morphology of the organism and to the area in Australia from which it was first described.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/51/5/1881</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter hepaticus|H. hepaticus]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 1994, ; [[Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''hepaticus'', belonging to the liver.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.010157-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter marmotae|H. marmotae]]'' ( Fox ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Marmota'', scientific name of a genus of rodents; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''marmotae'', of ''Marmota'', isolated from ''Marmota'' ''monax''.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter mastomyrinus|H. mastomyrinus]]'' ( Shen ''et al''. 2006, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''mastomyrinus'', pertaining to ''Mastomys'', a rodent genus (the type strain was isolated from ''Mastomys'' ''natalensis'').)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.64643-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter mesocricetorum|H. mesocricetorum]]'' ( Simmons ''et al''. 2000, ; [[New Latin]] noun ''Mesocricetus'', generic name of the the Syrian hamster (''Mesocricetus'' ''auratus''); [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''mesocricetorum'', of ''mesocriceti'', of Syrian hamsters, the original source of isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/50/5/1699</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter muridarum|H. muridarum]]'' ( Lee ''et al''. 1992, ; [[New Latin]] pl. noun ''Muridae'', family name for Old World rats and mice; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''muridarum'', of the ''Muridae''.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/42/1/27</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter mustelae|H. mustelae]]'' ( (Fox ''et al''. 1988) Goodwin ''et al''. 1989, ; [[Latin]] noun ''mustela'', a weasel, and also a generic name (''Mustela''); [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''mustelae'', intended to mean of a ferret (''Mustela'' ''putorius'' ''furo'').)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/397</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter nemestrinae|H. nemestrinae]]'' ( Bronsdon ''et al''. 1991, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun nemestrinae, of ''nemestrina'', of the macaque species ''Macaca'' ''nemestrina'', from which the organism was isolated.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/41/1/148</ref><!-- Manual check required due to emendment! --> * ''[[Helicobacter pametensis|H. pametensis]]'' ( Dewhirst ''et al''. 1994, ; [[New Latin]] [[grammatical gender|masculine gender]] adjective ''pametensis'', pertaining to the Pamet River, Truro, Mass.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/44/3/553</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter pullorum|H. pullorum]]'' ( Stanley ''et al''. 1995, ; [[Latin]] noun ''pullus'', a young fowl, a chicken; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''pullorum'', of chickens, the source of first isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/45/2/418</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter pylori|H. pylori]]'' ( (Marshall ''et al''. 1985) Goodwin ''et al''. 1989, (Type species of the genus).; [[Latin]] noun ''pylorus'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] noun ''pulōros'', gate keeper), the lower orifice of the stomach, the pylorus; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''pylori'', of the pylorus.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/39/4/397</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter rodentium|H. rodentium]]'' ( Shen ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] plur. [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''rodentium'' (from [[Latin]] participle adjective ''rodens'' -''entis'', gnawing), of rodents, of gnawing animals, referring to the first reported source (mice).)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/3/627</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter salomonis|H. salomonis]]'' ( Jalava ''et al''. 1997, ; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''salomonis'', of Salomon, named in honor of Hugo Salomon, a German scientist who was one of the first workers to describe three morphologically distinct spiral organisms in canine gastric mucosa.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/4/975</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter suis|H. suis]]'' ( Baele ''et al''. 2008, ; [[Latin]] noun ''sus'', pig; [[Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] noun ''suis'', of a pig.)<ref>{{cite doi|10.1099/ijs.0.65133-0}}</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter trogontum|H. trogontum]]'' ( Mendes ''et al''. 1996, ; [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] participle adjective ''trogon'' ''trogontos'' (from [[Ancient Greek language|Greek]] v. ''trōgō'', to gnaw),  gnawing; [[New Latin]] [[Latin declension|genitive case]] pl. noun ''trogontum'', of gnawing animals, referring to source of first isolation.)<ref>http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/4/916</ref> * ''[[Helicobacter typhlonius|H. typhlonius]]'' ( Franklin ''et al''. 2002, ; [[Ancient Gree