the cell type is prokaryote.
Most do, although there is a type of eubacteria that only has cell membrane and not walls.
It's an autotroph
Because it has to have sexual intercouse with the strutcure
Yes, eubacteria contain a cell wall. :]
Their cell type is Prokaryote, their cell structures are cell walls with peptidoglycans.
No, eubacteria are prokaryotes.
Eubacteria are a type of bacteria found in the human body. They have strong cell walls and some are able to move around with flagella.
The cell walls of eubacteria contain peptidoglycan.
eubacteria only have 1 cell
Eubacteria are a type of bacteria that possess a rigid cell wall and they may be motile or non-motile. It is not known exactly how many species of eubacteria exist, but it is thought that there are at least 5,000.
contrast the cell wall composition of eubacteria and archaebacteria
Eubacteria is unicellular,which means that it has 1 cell.
Eubacteria are surrounded by cell walls which contain peptidoglycan, a carbohydrate.
The Kingdom Eubacteria ^-^
eubacteria is prokaryotic cell.therefore it may have a well developed cellular organisation . whether it is a aututroph ir heterotroph depends on the presence of plastid in the cell of the bacteria . It may also depend on the type of eubacteria talking about.
Eubacteria are type of prokariyotes.Lysosomes are only in eukariyotes
no it dose not
Eubacteria and Archaebacteria lack a cell nucleus and other cell structures called organelles.