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do we have access to an online version of Bergey's Manual

I attended the Master Teaching workshop at Fremont on 1-19 and heard mention of databases and articles, etc. that Ohlone library may provide access to for classroom/reference use.
I teach Microbiology, and we often refer to Bergey's Manual of Bacteriology.  We have the shortened version, book, in lab. But I wonder if there is any online e-version available. I was looking at Stanford libraries, and they appear to have such a thing.


Margaret S. Lee
Instructor, Biology
Ohlone College
Last Updated: Jan 26, 2017  |  2 Views
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As far as I can determine, the 1954 version is available online as a pdf, but the 9th edition is not.  If you can send me a link to what you saw at Stanford, I can investigate further, but from what I can find in Stanford's catalog, the 9th edition (1993) isn't available online.

We have a copy of the 9th edition on Reserve at Newark, and will have a 2nd copy next week.


Julie Griffith

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