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 »

Archaebacteria include many unique characteristics and traits: they comprise one kingdom of living organisms, are among the oldest life forms on earth and prefer to live in the most extreme environments on the earth to n... More »

The kingdom Plantae includes all land plants, mosses, flowering plants, ferns and so on. With an excess of 250,000 plant species, the kingdom Plantae is the second largest family of organisms. Only the Arthropoda family ... More »

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 are one of the two major groups of single cell organisms that lack nuclei and many other organelles found in eukaryotes. They have vast diversity, with a wide range of habitats and lifestyles, but all either h... More »

There are four modes of nutrition for the kingdom Eubacteria: photoautotrophs, chemoautotrophs, photoheterotrophs and chemoheterotrophs. Each of these has a different combination of ways that they obtain energy and carbo... More »