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Synonyms for eubacteria

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Mitochondria and plastids originated from [alpha]-proteobacteria and cyanobacteria of eubacteria, respectively, and increased in number during evolution.
13) The eubacteria on the other hand utilized the oxidative environment to bank on the huge energy advantages of oxidative phosphorylation.
This ancient protein family functions as water channels and is found in all kingdoms (including archaea, eubacteria, fungi, plants, and animals).
Enterobacteria are Eubacteria that inhabit the intestinal tract of both humans and animals.
Coral mucus--a micro-layer of polysaccharides and glycoproteins deposited over the surfaces of these animals--has been found to contain representatives of the three primary domains Archaea, Eubacteria and Eukarya (Meikle et al.
1993) in fact isolated and characterized XIs from the hyperthermophilic eubacteria Thermotoga maritima and Thermotoga neapolitana.
After a career spent researching the flagellar motor of Salmonella typhimurium and other related species, Shin-Ichi Aizawa was left with thousands of electron microscope images of eubacteria and archaeal species.
13] cells of which 10% are eukaryotes and 90% archaea and eubacteria (27).
The detailed microbiological analysis proved the elimination of dominant physiologic important microorganisms of Eubacteria, Bifidobacteria genera (in few cases) and Enterococci microbes.
Archaea and Eubacteria have one kingdom within them each: archaebacteria and eubacteria.
Currently, the main prebiotic targets are bifidobacteria and lactobacilli; however, more genera may be soon included, such as roseburia, eubacteria faecalibacteria," projected Dr.
Two-component systems are the predominant signal transduction devices of Eubacteria, and their simple molecular architecture allows them to be employed in many different cellular processes.