Roger Yate Stanier (22 October 1916 – 29 January 1982) was a Canadian microbiologist who was influential in the development of modern microbiology.
Roger Yate Stanier (22 October 1916 – 29 January 1982) was a Canadian microbiologist who was influential in the development of modern microbiology. As a member of the Delft School and former student of C. B. van Niel, he made important contributions to the taxonomy of bacteria, including the classification of blue-green algae as cyanobacteria.
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General Microbiology. general microbiology. How we measure 'reads'. Edward A. (Edward Allen. Brief chapters on history and methods are followed by detailed treatment of structure, metabolism, growth, environmental factors and microbial genetics. An introductory section dealing with bacterial classifications prefaces 13 chapters concerned with characteristics of groups of micro-organisms.
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