How Are Archaea and Bacteria Different?

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There are several differences between bacteria and archaea. One is that archaea has metabolic pathways more similar to eukaryotes. Also, archea only uses lipids in their cell membranes. Unlike bacteria, archea do not produce spores.
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The only difference is in their cell way. Bacterial cell walls contain peptidogylcan, while archaea contains unusual lipids...also, Archaea are "extreme living" and exsists
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Members of Archaea (say ARE-key-uh) differ from bacteria in that they do not have the polymer peptidoglycan as part of their cell wall structure. This tough organic molecule is found
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