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Abstract

SUMMARY

Specific groups (or taxa) of micro-organisms can be defined as to their location and extension in a space which is produced when the recorded characters are imagined as dimensions. Since a culture to be identified can be imagined as a point in this space, identification can be achieved by examining which group or taxon occupies the region where the ‘unknown’ lies.

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