3 edition of World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms found in the catalog.
World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms
|Statement||edited by Jo E. Staines, Vicki F. McGowan and V.B.D. Skerman.|
|Contributions||McGowan, Vicki F., Skerman, V. B. D., Staines, Jo E., World Data Center on Microorganisms., World Federation for Culture Collections.|
|LC Classifications||QR64.5 .W67 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlix, 689 p.|
|Number of Pages||689|
Microorganisms (ISSN ; CODEN: MICRKN) is a scientific peer-reviewed open access microbiology journal published monthly online by MDPI.. Open Access - free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.; High Visibility: indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE - Web of Science), BIOSIS Previews (Web of . of the contents of the various collections of the world were obtained SCC agreed to undertake a survey with the aim of preparing a World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms It was decided to attempt to include all collections, regardless of size, from all parts of the world: to cover interesting, unique, important.
Experimental procedures must be reproducible and must follow Good Cultural Practice (Mycological Research –), with sequences lodged at GenBank, alignments in TreeBase, voucher specimens in a registered herbarium (IRAN), or another recognized on-line herbarium (Index Herbariorum or World Directory of Collections and Cultures of. Dried reference specimens, slides, and (or) living cultures should be deposited in a public institution, for example ones recognised in the Index Herborum or the World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms. Where a large number of collections was used, the deposit of a representative selection of strains is acceptable.
Australian collections are encouraged to register with the World Data Centre for Microorganisms and the Atlas of Living Australia and to connect their entries. In , the AMRRN held a meeting in Brisbane with representatives of the ALA to establish the Council of Heads of Collections of Microorganisms (CHACM).Author: Lindsay I Sly. Fungal Planet is a global initiative to highlight fungal diversity by or another recognized on-line herbarium (Index Herbariorum or World Directory of Collections and Cultures of Microorganisms acronym, with accession numbers where allocated, and accompanying ex-type and other cultures in CBS and other culture collections. In: Seifert S.
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Get this from a library. World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms. [Vicki F McGowan; V B D Skerman; World Data Center on Microorganisms.; World Federation for Culture Collections.;] -- Descriptions of collections in 52 countries.
Arranged numerically with indexes by geography, by general and specific kinds of organisms, by main interests of collections, and. Get this from a library. World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms: bacteria, fungi and yeasts. [Hideaki Sugawara; World Data Center on Microorganisms.; World Federation for Culture Collections.;].
Book: World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms. + pp. Abstract: This world directory resulted from a survey undertaken by the section on Culture Collections (later the World Federation for Culture Collections) of the International Association of Microbiological Societies, following a meeting sponsored by Cited by: Book: World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms.
+ pp. Abstract: The introduction and instructions for the use of the directory, in all 6 languages, are followed by a list of collections (in arbitrary numerical order), a geographical index, an index of collections (major groups of micro-organisms), an.
The World Data Center for Microorganisms (WDC), now the responsibility of WFCC (Komagata, ), produced the first World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms in ; the third edition of this directory (Staines et al., ) includes information on the names of organisms in culture collections distributed throughout Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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3rd edn. Brisbane: World Data Center. Takishima, Y, Shimuira, T, Udagawa, Y & Sugawara, H (). Guide to World Data Center on Microorganisms with a List of Culture Collections in the World. Saitama: World Data Center on Microorganisms.
The World Federation for Culture Collections (WFCC) needed comprehensive information on culture collections and their holdings worldwide. WDCM started the development of an international database on culture resources and the first edition of the World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms (CCINFO) was published in It was.
V.F. McGowan, V.B.D. Skerman (Eds.), World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms, World Data Center, University of Queensland () Available in book form (US$) or microfiche (US$) from the UNEP/UNESCO/ICRO panel on Microbiology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, S, Uppsala, SwedenCited by: 5.
To establish collections of microorganisms aiming at characterizing microbial diversity and microbial evolution in the world.
Microorganisms are essential parts of the biosphere; they can be also used in production of drugs, as biocontrol agents, Cited by: Microbiology Society journals contain high-quality research papers and topical review articles. We are a not-for-profit publisher and we support and invest in the microbiology community, to the benefit of everyone.
This supports our principal goal to develop, expand and strengthen the networks available to our members so that they can generate new knowledge about microbes. World Federation for Culture Collections. Title(s): World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms. Edition: 2nd ed.
/ edited by Vicki F. McGowan and V.B.D. Skerman. World Directoryof Collections of Culturesof Microorganisms Edited by S. Martin, National Research Council of Canada,andV. Skerman, UniversityofQueensland, Brisbane Compiled with the assistance of UNESCO, this book offers a wealth of information previously unattainable in asingle volume.
Collection listings are cross-referenced. Title(s): World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms/ compiled by S. Martin [et al.] ; edited by S. Martin and V. Skerman ; for the World Federation for Culture Collections of the International Association of Microbiological Societies.
Culture collections over the world. Int Microbiol Article Literature Review in International Microbiology 6(2) July with 89 Reads. Book review Full text access World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms, 2nd edition, V.F.
McGowan, V.B.D. Skerman (Eds.). World Data Centre on Microorganisms, University of Queensland, Oxford (), World Directory of Collections of Cultures of Microorganisms.
Second edition. Second edition. World Data Centre, University of Queensland, St. Lucia Google ScholarAuthor: Dennis Allsopp. Although most industrial companies would be reluctant to deposit their best cultures with any recognized culture collection, yet these collections serve as a ready source of cultures: A very big list of culture collections is given in the “World Directory of Collection of Microorganisms” (), updated by V.F.
Mc Gowan and V.B.D. Skerman. World directory of collections of cultures of microorganisms. University of Queensland: World Data Center. University of Queensland: World Data Center. Google ScholarCited by: 2. Alignments and phylogenetic trees should be deposited in TreeBASE, voucher specimens in a recognized fungarium (Index Herbariorum or World Directory of Collections and Cultures of Microorganisms acronym; accompanying ex-type and other.
According to January data, culture collections in 68 countries were registered in the World Database Centre for Microorganisms (WFCC) and the Author: Federico Uruburu.developed and the developing world.
The culture collections collect, keep and preserve the newly isolated strains, genetically engineered strains, strains with plasmids and other useful microorganisms, cell cultures and germ-plasm in a systematic and well organized manner.
The leading World's Culture Collections, mostly in the developed world, are.World Data Centre for Microorganisms (WDCM) provides a comprehensive directory of culture collecions, databases on microbes and cell lines, and the gateway to biodiversity, molecular biology and genome projects.
11 sections: A guide, directory culture collections worldwide (CCINFO culture collections worldwide search; STRAIN: fungal and.