A question on mycoplasma
Jean Noël Joffin
jnjoffin at ac-idf.jussieu.fr
Sat Oct 26 21:29:42 EST 1996
In article (Dans l'article) <54t92a$8c1 at chopin.inet.co.th>, Umnarj
Paeratakul <umnarj at mozart.inet.co.th> wrote (écrivait) :
ABOUT Mycoplasma (tenericutes)
I think we have to say that mycoplasma has no wall cell, no peptidoglycan
and is enable to synthetise peptidoglycan precursors. L forms of
Streptococci by exampe can synthetise peptidoglycan precursors.
Mycoplasma haves a peptidoglycan in their walle cell.
I hope this answer good but my english is so poor that i am not sure
thinking you !
jn joffin from France
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