All about Bacteria
Bacteria are small, single cells and are the only ones characterized by prokaryotic organization. Too tiny to see with the naked eye, a bacterial cell is usually one of three basic shapes; bacillus, a rod shaped cell; coccus, a spherical cell; or spirillum, a spiral cell. A few kinds of bacteria aggregate into stalked structures or filaments.
A bacterium's plasma membrane is encased within a cell wall. Members of the kingdom Eubacteria have a cell wall made of peptidoglycan, a network of polysaccharide molecules linked together with chains of amino acids.…
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