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Firmicutes division with strong (and thick) skin, to indicate Gram-positive type of cell wall. Gibbons and Murray (1978) described the division Firmicutes encompassing all of Gram-positive Bacteria (“bacteria with a Gram-positive type of cell wall”). Thus, both Gram-positive bacteria with a low DNA mol% G + C as well as Gram-positive with a high DNA mol% G + C were included in the division whereas the Mollicutes were placed in a separate division. In (2001), Garrity and Holt described the new phylum Firmicutes encompassing both Gram-positive bacteria with a low DNA mol% G + C (classes “Clostridia” and “Bacilli”) and the class Mollicutes.
SucciniclasticumVP Genus XXIV. SuccinispiraVP Genus XXV. ThermosinusVP Genus XXVI. ZymophilusVP Family XI. Incertae Sedis Genus I. AnaerococcusVP Genus II. FinegoldiaVP Genus III. GallicolaVP Genus IV. HelcococcusVP Genus V. ParvimonasVP Genus VI. PeptoniphilusVP Genus VII. SedimentibacterVP Genus VIII. SoehngeniaVP Genus IX. SporanaerobacterVP Genus X. TissierellaVP Family XII. Incertae Sedis Genus I. AcidaminobacterVP Genus II. FusibacterVP Genus III. GuggenheimellaVP Family XIII. Incertae Sedis Genus I.
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