group of bacteria thought to have evolved more recently than the archaebacteria; from the Greek eu- + bakterion, meaning "true" + "small staff"
Biologists separate the bacteria into two groups that differ in the composition of their cell walls and cell membranes and in the structure of some of their proteins. Because the differences between these two group are so great, it is likely that they diverged early in the history of life.
One group is the eubacteria, or "true bacteria" the most common bacteria today. Most living bacteria, including those that cause disease and decay, are eubacteria.
A characteristic unique of the Eubacteria kingdom is that they have a cell wall made of peptidoglycan.
Fungi is mostly multicellular but has some that are unicellular. Eubacteria is unicellular only.
Fungi is multicellular while Eubacteria is unicellular. Fungi is heterotropic while Eubacteria is both heterotrophic and autotrophic. Fungi needs a place to grow on while Eubacteria can grow practically anywhere on the earth.
The Kingdom Eubacteria ^-^
they are single celled organisms that live in every habitat on earth
Eubacteria are prokaryotic.
It is in the eubacteria kingdom.
the eubacteria kingdom
Eubacteria is the Kingdom of shigella.