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The Archaea are a group of single-celled microorganisms. A single individual or species from this domain is called an archaeon . They have no cell nucleus or any other organelles within their cells. In the past they were...
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Introduction to the organism that can be found thriving along deep sea vents, in the digestive tracts of cows, ... the term Archaebacteria was a misnomer, ...
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... Biochemistry of Archaea (Archaebacteria) (Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers. ... C. R. Woese, 1981. Archaebacteria. Scientific American (Jun): 98-122. ...
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Asks if these unusual bacteria, which live in some very inhospitable places on Earth, could survive on Mars.
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The salt crust is colored red by dense colonies of halophilic archaebacteria. ... Archaebacteria: A Possible Life Form On Mars? ...
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A summary of Archaebacteria in Monera. Learn exactly what happened in this ... The ability of these archaebacteria to survive near such vents greatly interests ...
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Two bacteria kingdoms, known as archaebacteria and eubacteria, serve important functions in our world. Here's an explanation of what's going on in this small world.
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Archaebacteria are contrasted with the Eubacteria, from which they differ ... major known groups of Archaebacteria: methanogens, halophiles, and thermophiles. ...
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archaebacterium n. , pl. archaebacteria . An archaeon. [ ARCHAE(O)– + BACTERIUM. ... Archaebacteria (är'kēbăktĭr'ēə) , diverse group of bacteria (prokaryotes) ...
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archaeon or Archaeon ( ) n. , pl. archaea . Any of various single-celled prokaryotes genetically distinct ... Are archaebacteria merely derived 'prokaryotes' ...
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Brief and Straightforward Guide: What are Archaebacteria? ... Archaebacteria are a type of prokaryote, that is, a unicellular organism without ...
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Archaea, common name for a group of one-celled organisms, many of which do not ... Before the discovery of archaebacteria, scientists divided all living organisms ...
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Archaebacteria ... Archaebacteria are found in extreme environments such as hot boiling water and ... Like archaebacteria, eubacteria are complex and single celled. ...
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Get information, facts, and pictures about Archaebacteria at Encyclopedia.com. ... Z. Archaebacteria. Home > ... Archaebacteria , diverse group of bacteria ...
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Simple explanation of archaebacteria in the framework of the history of the Universe ... But heat does not kill some archaebacteria. ...
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Archaea or Archaebacteria is a major division of living organisms, as well as ... Polar lipids of archaebacteria in sediments and petroleums. Science 217(4554) ...
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These archaebacteria live in environments without oxygen. ... The second group of Archaebacteria are known as the extreme halophiles. ...
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However, when their ribosomal RNA was sequenced, it became obvious that they ... they were referred to as archaebacteria, but now to emphasize their distinctness, ...
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Archaebacteria have a wide range of shapes: spheres, rods, spirals, lobed, flat ... Archaebacteria reproduce by either splitting in two (binary fission), budding or ...
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