Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 31, No. 3, 2005, pp. 200–201. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Biologiya Morya, Dobrovolskaya. REVIEWS V.V. Mikhailov, The Prokaryotes (PROKARYOTA) (Volume 2 of the Series “Biota of the Russian Waters of the Sea of Japan”), V.L. Kasyanov, Ed., Vladivostok: Dalnauka, 2004, 168 pages; in Russian and English T. G. Dobrovolskaya Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia The appearance of the series on marine organisms The book is arranged in the following order: “Biota of the Russian Waters of the Sea of Japan” has descriptions of genera and species of bacteria are become possible due to the cooperation of several given in sections titled after the branches of the uni- versal tree of life containing three domains. First, bac- research institutions and universities dealing with the study of the biology and ecology of various animals, teria of the domain ARCHAEA are described, then plants, fungi, and microorganisms of the Far Eastern true BACTERIA follow. True bacteria are subdivided seas of Russia, and, in particular, due to contribution of into ﬁrmicutes (gram-positive bacteria) with a low the Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Division, of (mainly bacilli) and a high (actinobacteria) G+C con- tent
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