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* MB 103 Introductory Topics in Microbiology, [http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/JWB/home.html James Brown], NC State University (student pages in progress)
 
* MB 103 Introductory Topics in Microbiology, [http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/JWB/home.html James Brown], NC State University (student pages in progress)
* USNA 247 Epidemics in Human History, [http://pharmacology.case.edu/department/faculty/primary/maguire.aspx Dr. Michael Maguire ], Case Western Reserve University
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Managing Editor
Daniel Barich '05
Advisor: Joan Slonczewski, Biology Dept, Kenyon College.
Funding: HHMI awards to Kenyon College, 2000, 2004
Student Editors at Kenyon College: Ryotaro Tashiro '09, Molly Schlemmer '08, Shrochis Karki '09, Allison Whipple '06, Zeva Levine (Beloit), Laura Damon-Moore (Beloit), Ariel Kahrl (Oberlin), Hannah Sacks '08, Michael Stulberg '05, Casey M. Smith '06, and Shana Scogin '07

Reviewed by: Focus on Microbiology Education, Jennifer L. Taylor, Summer 2005. Licensed for use, ASM MicrobeLibrary

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Microbial Phylogeny

The three Domains of Life each have defining characteristics that are both separate and similar.
Within each Domain these ranks are shown: Division, Order, Genus. Links provide full taxonomy and description. See also Taxonomy Index.

Bacteria

Archaea

Eukarya

Acidobacteria

Actinobacteria

Aquificae

Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi group

Chlamydiae/Verrucomicrobia

Chloroflexi

Cyanobacteria

Firmicutes (Gram positive)

Nitrospirae

Planctomycetes

Proteobacteria (Alpha)

Proteobacteria (Beta)

Proteobacteria (Gamma)

Proteobacteria (Delta/Epsilon)

Spirochaetes

Thermotogae

Thermus/Deinococcus group

Crenarchaeota

Euryarchaeota

Korarchaeota

Nanoarchaeota

Opisthokonta

Viridiplantae (algae & plant)

Amebozoa

Cercozoa (shelled amebas)

Alveolata (have cortical alveoli)


Marine flagellates (other)


Heterokonta (Stramenopiles)

Discicristata

Excavata

Emerging Eukaryotes