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Schroth Department of Plant Pathology University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720 USA Heide N. Schulz Institute for Microbiology University of Hannover D-30167 Hannover Germany Peter Schumann DSMZ-German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures GmbH D-38124 Braunschweig Germany Contributors Arthur Schüßler Institut Botany 64287 Darmstadt Germany Tom G. Schwan Rocky Mountain Labs Hamilton MT 59840 USA Edward Schwartz Institut für Biologie/Mikrobiologie Homboldt-Universität zu Berlin D-10115 Berlin Germany James Scott Geophysical Laboratory Carnegie Institution of Washington Washington, DC 20015 USA Margrethe Hauge Serres Marine Biological Lab Woods Hole, MA 02543 USA Jim Shapiro Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Cummings Life Sciences Center University of Chicago Chicago, IL 60637-4931 USA James Shapleigh Department of Microbiology Cornell University Wing Hall Ithaca, NY 14853-8101 USA Lawrence J.
Although] the indispensability of physiological characters for the purpose of classification has also been generally accepted. . 1 How We Do, Don’t and Should Look at Bacteria and Bacteriology witnessed their ever increasing use. . The fundamental nature of the energy providing processes justifies the view that they should be rated first amongst the physiological characters suitable for classification. . Because the classification sought was a natural one, the kinds of choices Kluyver and van Niel were entertaining required the answers to certain evolutionary questions.
Only with the later accumulation of large numbers of bacterial species (mainly through enrichment culturing) would the problem of their classification become a choking one, and only then, when traditional taxonomic approaches failed to yield a satisfactory (natural) classification system, would the problem become genuinely acute (Stanier and van Niel, 1962). Beijerinck’s successor at Delft was Albert Jan Kluyver. A brilliant and sophisticated scientist, Kluyver was by training a biochemist, not a microbiologist.