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Welch Medical Microbiology and Immunology University of Wisconsin Madison, WI 53706-1532 USA William B. Whitman Department of Microbiology University of Georgia Athens, GA 30605-2605 USA Friedrich Widdel Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie D-28359 Bremen Germany Jürgen Wiegel University of Georgia Department of Microbiology Athens, GA 30602 USA Robert A. Wiley Queen Mary, University of London London E1 4NS UK Tracy Wilkins TechLab, Inc. Corporate Research Center Blacksburg VA 24060-6364 USA Anne Willems Laboratorium voor Mikrobiologie Universiteit Gent B-9000 Gent Belgium Carl R.

An interest in bacterial evolution used to be perceived as metaphysical and worthless. Today evolutionary relationships are the foundation and motive force behind a new and resurgent microbiology, and thence biology as a whole. Microbial genomes can be sequenced today in their entirety, and when measured against the information gained, the cost of so doing is actually small—and that cost is continually decreasing. An exploration of a given bacterium can now start with knowledge of all of its genes.

1 useful classification, or were bacteria given the evolutionary significance Beijerinck (quoted above) seemed to accord them? Clearly, most microbiologists of the time simply wanted some kind, any kind, of useful pigeonholing system. Bergey’s Manual, a (much criticized though popular) determinative system, provided precisely that (Stanier and van Niel, 1941). Kluyver and van Niel’s classic paper of 1936 on bacterial classification represents the Delft School outlook. The paper was a reasoned discussion of the problems faced in contemporary bacterial classification, in the context of which the authors then proposed a system of their own, which they hoped would overcome some of the problems and, so, move bacteriology closer to a genuine natural bacterial system.

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