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EubacteriaEubakterien (ger.)

  • 1) A genus of bacteria of the order Eubacteriales, comprising Gram-positive anaerobic bacilli found in the intestines of vertebrates and in soil and water; formerly a subgenus (see quot. 19392).

    Janke […] 1930 […] proposes an outline which is slightly modified […]. Two new generic terms are used, Anaerobacillus and Eubacterium.

    Bergey, D.H. et al. (1939). Manual of Determinative Bacteriology (5th ed.): 29.

  • 2) Any prokaryotic organism which is regarded as belonging to the group of ‘true bacteria’, currently taken to include all prokaryotes which are not archaebacteria. (OED 1993)
    The group has three major subdivisions, the blue-green bacteria and chloroplasts, the "Gram-positive" bacteria, and a broad "Gram-negative" subdivision [...]. It is appropriate to call this urkingdom the eubacteria.
    Woese, C.R. & Fox, G.E. (1977). Phylogenetic structure of the prokaryotic domain: the primary kingdoms. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 74, 5088-5090: 5089.