Mycoplasma refers to a genus of bacteria that lacks a cell wall while Mycobacteria are acid-fast gram positive bacteria that have a very thick, protective, waxy cell wall.
There are many difference between the two and here are some;
Compare and contrast Mycobacteria and Mycoplasma regarding 1) structure, 2) favored location, 3) virulence factors.
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