A Microbial Diversity Resource
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
New contributions are welcome. Students, researchers, and others with knowledge and interest in microbiology are welcome to compose and edit pages. To become an editor, please request a free account.
Recommended Sites: NCBI Taxonomy, NCBI Microbial Genomes, The Prokaryotes: An Evolving Electronic Resource, LBSN List of Bacterial Names, MB451 Microbial Diversity, Science, PNAS, ASM Journals, Nature
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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.
Firmicutes (Gram positive)
Viridiplantae (algae & plant)
Cercozoa (shelled amebas)
Alveolata (have cortical alveoli)