A mycoplasma is a minute organism intermediate in size between a bacterium and a virus. Structurally mycoplasmas consist of an outer three-layered pliable membrane surrounding proteinaceous cytoplasm that contains both RNA and DNA. Mycoplasmas cause diseases of man, animals, and plants.
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