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- morphology (with some exceptions) from monoderms to transitional diderms to traditional diderms. in the cladogram below, yellow=pseudopeptidoglycan monoderms
- (gram-positive) and diderm (gram-negative) bacteria. the diderm bacteria can also be further differentiated between simple diderms lacking lipopolysaccharide
- (gram-positive) and diderm (gram-negative) bacteria. the diderm bacteria can also be further differentiated between simple diderms lacking lipopolysaccharide;
- with two membranes have been designated as diderm bacteria. the distinction between the monoderm and diderm prokaryotes is supported by conserved signature
- bacteria and archaebacteria, and those with an inner and outer cell membrane (diderm), including gram-negative bacteria. this system was preceded by haeckel's
- interestingly stain gram-negative, the proteins responsible for the unusual diderm structure of the negativicutes may have actually been laterally acquired
- cavalier-smith theory, the last common ancestor (cenansestor) was a gram-negative diderm bacterium with peptidoglycan, while archaea and eukaryotes stem from actinobacteria
- staining and have rod/vibrioid cell shape. although synergistetes have a diderm cell envelope, the genes for various proteins involved in lipopolysaccharides