How do eubacteria reproduce?


Eubacteria is a type of bacteria that produces simply and easily. As such, eubacteria reproduces by binary fission. Despite popular belief, eubacteria does not produce through conjugation. This is because conjugation is actually not a method of reproduction, but is a way of sharing DNA.
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Eubacteria reproduce when its genetic material copies itself and then moves to another area in the cell. This part of the cell breaks off and forms a new eubacteria.
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