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Chapter 1 : Bacteria

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This section presents a taxonomy (the names of the microorganisms) to provide clinicians with a convenient means of understanding the taxonomic designations of the various bacteria and mycobacteria. It provides information on normal microbial flora and a compilation of microorganisms that constitute the normal flora encountered in various body sites. The section suggests material for further reading before concluding with a list of references.

Citation: Jorgensen J, Pfaller M. 2004. Bacteria, p 1-143. In A Clinician's Dictionary of Pathogenic Microorganisms. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555817756.ch1

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