ARCHAEBACTERIA Introns in DNA Lack peptidogycan in cell walls Live in extreme environments EUBACTERIA Includes most bacteria Most have one of three shapes May be divided into up to 12 phyla Classification is controversial BACTERIA TYPES OF ARCHAEBACTERIA
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Introns in DNA
Lack peptidogycan in cell walls
Live in extreme environments
Includes most bacteria
Most have one of three shapes
May be divided into up to 12 phyla
Classification is controversialBACTERIA
Methanogens living in sewage
Thermoacidophilies Living in hot springs
living in the Great Salt Lake
Lack thicker layer of peptidoglycan
Thicker layer of peptidogycan
Exotoxins (released when bacteria die)
Gram- negativeMost Species of Eubacteria may be Grouped Based on Staining
Most bacteria grow at at neutral pH but some grow best at a pH of 6 or lower
Transformation - Bacteria take in DNA from its external environment.
Transduction – a virus obtains DNA from host bacteris
This fungus makes antibiotics and cheese. Other varieties of the fungus produce blue cheese and Roquefort cheeses.