Eubacteria are considered to be "true bacteria," according to Reference.com. They are characterized by a lack of nuclear membrane, single circular chromosome and have cell walls composed of peptidogycan. More »

Eubacteria organisms, also referred to as true bacteria, are organisms that are complex yet singled-celled. An example of bacteria in the Eubacteria kingdom are Streptococci, the bacterium responsible for strep throat. S... More »

Eubacteria reproduce asexually through binary fusion. Binary fusion is a complete replication of the bacteria's genetic material that results in one parent cell dividing into two identical bacteria cells. It can occur ra... More »

Eubacteria organisms, also referred to as true bacteria, are organisms that are complex yet singled-celled. An example of bacteria in the Eubacteria kingdom are Streptococci, the bacterium responsible for strep throat. S... More »

Gram staining separates bacteria into two classes, Gram-positive and Gram-negative, allowing medical providers to determine an appropriate antibiotic to prescribe a patient, according to Reference.com. The cell wall, whi... More »

Also known as true bacteria, eubacteria obtain energy from light and inorganic and organic chemicals. These bacteria reproduce asexually from spores that are resistant to dehydration and moist temperatures. More »

Eubacteria, known to most simply as bacteria, are found in every ecosystem on Earth. They have a vast amount of diversity; some varieties such as salmonella and E. coli are deadly to humans, while others live within the ... More »