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Description of Eubacteria

One of the three major domains of cellular life, the others being Archaebacteria (Archaea) and Eukaryotes. The Eubacteria are also referred to as Bacteria by some, but this term has an alternative meaning (all non-eukaryotic cellular life). Peptidoglycan cell walls, lipids are straight chain fatty acids linked to glycerol molecules by ester linkages, genome typically but not always as a single loop of DNA, RNA polymerases with smallish number of subunits. The most diverse and abundant of the non-nucleated cellular life forms.


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