Definition of Eubacteria

1. Noun. A large group of bacteria having rigid cell walls; motile types have flagella.




Definition of Eubacteria

1. Noun. (biology) (plural of eubacterium) ¹

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Medical Definition of Eubacteria

1. 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. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eubacteria

etymonic
etymons
etyms
etypic
etypical
eu-
eu-stress
euallele
euarthropod
euarthropods
euascomycete
euascomycetes
euasterids I
euasterids II
euatmotic
eubacteria (current term)
eubacterial
eubacterium
eubiotics
eubolism
euboxic
eucain
eucaine
eucaines
eucains
eucairite
eucalyn
eucalypt
eucalypti
eucalyptoid

Literary usage of Eubacteria

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1. Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Sciences by Estelle Denis Buchanan, Robert Earle Buchanan (1913)
"The eubacteria include practically all of the forms of economic importance. ... OF THE eubacteria (MODIFIED) (Forms of Economic Importance only) Suborder I. ..."

2. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles E. Marshall (1921)
"... colorless or faintly colored eubacteria FAMILIES OF eubacteria Cells globose in a free state, not elongating in any direction before division into i, ..."

3. A Text Book of General Bacteriology by William Dodge Frost, Eugene Franklin McCampbell (1910)
"Migula divides all bacteria into two orders: the eubacteria, or true bacteria, ... Under the eubacteria, Migula places four families, viz. ..."

4. A Manual of bacteriology clinical and applied by Richard Tanner Hewlett (1908)
"The latest system of classification is that proposed by Migula.1 The bacteria are divided into two orders: the eubacteria, bacteria proper, ..."

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