Bacteria - Archaebacteria Eubacteria Prokaryotic Cells...

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Unformatted text preview: Archaebacteria Eubacteria Prokaryotic Cells Bacteria Have a circular DNA Have plasmids self-replicating circle of DNA Have a cell wall Reproduce by binary fission Can sense & respond to light Function of Flagellum/pili kentsimmons.com Shapes of Bacteria Coccus Bacillus spirilla kentsimmons.com Archaebacteria Archaebacteria The methanogens are "methane-makers." Found in swamps, mud, sewage, & animal guts Are anaerobic - convert CO 2 & hydrogen to methane www.biology.edu Archaebacteria The extreme halophiles are "salt- lovers." Found in high salt environments such as brackish ponds, salt lakes, volcanic vents on the seafloor Most are heterotrophic aerobes serc.carleton.edu Archaebacteria The extreme thermophiles are "heat- lovers." Found in hot springs & oceanic thermal vents (100 degrees C) They use hydrogen sulfide for ATP formation www.biology.edu Eubacteria the true bacteria Eubacteria Photoautotrophs Undergo photosynthesis Cyanobacteria the guardians.com Eubacteria...
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