Microbial Diversity and Taxonomy

Microbial diversity encompasses a vast array of microscopic life forms, including bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses. These tiny organisms inhabit every corner of our planet, from deep-sea hydrothermal vents to extreme desert environments. Taxonomy, the classification of these organisms, helps us understand their relationships, functions, and evolutionary history. Modern techniques like DNA sequencing unveil the hidden richness of microbial communities, unveiling novel species and genetic insights. This microscopic world's exploration enhances our comprehension of life's complexity and its impact on ecosystems, human health, and biotechnological advancements.

  • Microbial Systematics and Classification
  • Exploring Cryptic Microbial Diversity
  • Molecular Methods for Microbial Taxonomy

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