Eubacteria

A major subdivision of the prokaryotes (includes all except Archaebacteria. Most Gram positive bacteria, cyanobacteria, mycoplasmas, enterobacteria, pseudomonads and chloroplasts are Eubacteria. The cytoplasmic membrane contains ester-linked lipids, there is peptidoglycan in the cell wall (if present) and no introns have been discovered.

Eubacteria

One of the three major evolutionary lines of cellular life forms, primarily procaryotic micro-organisms which possess a peptidoglycan cell wall (mycoplasma are the only exception).

eubacteria

[n] - a large group of bacteria having rigid cell walls
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Eubacteria

<organism> A major subdivision of the prokaryotes (includes all except Archaebacteria. most gram-positive bacteria, cyanobacteria, mycoplasmas, enterobacteria, pseudomonads and chloroplasts are Eubacteria. The cytoplasmic membrane contains ester linked lipids, there is peptidoglycan in the cell wall (if present) and no introns have been disco...
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eubacteria

eubacterium noun a large group of bacteria having rigid cell walls; motile types have flagella
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Eubacteria

The eubacteria are the true bacteria, that is those typically having simple unbranched cells, rigid cell walls, and flagella for movement.
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eubacteria

In the five-kingdom system of taxonomy, one of the two main orders of true bacteria (the other being archaebacteria). They lack photosynthetic pigments and have very strong cell walls that are generally spherical or rod-shaped. Motile eubacteria possess a flagellum for locomotion.
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Eubacteria

The subunit of the Monera that includes the true bacteria such as E. coli. One of the three major gr
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