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ABSTRACT

The biochemical characters of the bacteria of the tribe are tabulated in order that conclusions may be drawn as to their taxonomic relationships. The evidence indicates that , , and all belong in a major subdivision of the family of tribal rank which justifies the recognition of the tribe . The biochemical characteristics include in the tribe. The biochemical differences between the above-mentioned members are at generic level and the division of the tribe into four genera — , , , — seems to be justified. and may be considered as two biogroups of the genus . The serotypes of the genera are composed of many i nfra subspecific entities such as biogroups, biotypes and phage types; they are in reality more inclusive taxa and should be regarded as species. Proposals for the classification and nomenclature of the tribe are outlined.

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