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Abstract

Lists of abbreviations for genus names of bacteria and codes for commonly occurring parts of genus names are expanded to accommodate 135 new entries which are names that have been validly published since the publication of the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names in 1980. Also, 61 abbreviations of yeast genus names are included for the first time.

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