Name DOI
10.1601/nm.3091
Name
Rahn 1984 emend. Adeolu et al. 2016
Name Status
Validly Published
Current Authority
Rahn 1984 emend. Adeolu et al. 2016
Taxonomic Rank
family
Nomenclatural Type
(genus on whose name the name of this taxon is based)
Castellani and Chalmers 1919 emend. Ørskov 1974 (Approved Lists 1980)
 
Taxonomy
CrossRef
Digital Object Identifier
https://doi.org/10.1601/nm.3091
https://doi.org/10.1601/nm.3091
Proper Form
Enterobacteriaceae Rahn 1984 emend. Adeolu et al. 2016
Nomenclatural History
The family Enterobacteriaceae was originally proposed by Rahn 1937. This name was validly published by Hill et al. 1984. This name was placed onto the nomina taxorum conservanda by Judicial Opinion 15 in 1958. Adeolu et al. published an emended description of this family in 2016.
 
Citation
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This information was last reviewed on December 9, 2016.

References


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  2. Rahn O. New principles for the classification of bacteria. Zentralbl Bakteriol Parasitenkd Infektionskr Hyg 1937; 96:273-286.
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