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genetically similar to eukarya than bacteria is to either of them. Similarities and
Differences cont. Differences. • Unlike bacteria, archaea cell walls do not contain
There are two kinds of microorganisms that are divided into prokaryotes and
those include bacteria and archaea. But not all bacteria and archaea belong to.
Archaea and bacteria are both single-celled microorganisms known as
prokaryotes but this is one of the few things they have in common. Even though
they both ...
Bacteria and archaea, however, differ in cell wall characteristics and membrane
lipid ... A comparison of key characteristics from the three domains of life ...
Bacterial RNA polymerase is relatively simple, containing 5 different proteins. In
contrast, RNA polymerase from methanogens and halophiles (both Archaea) ...
Mar 18, 2015 ... For example, in a comparison of human proteins to proteins from 224 prokaryotic
genomes (24 archaea and 200 bacteria), only 5833 human ...
Bacteria are single celled prokaryotes. No organelles - only a cell wall, cell
membrane, DNA, and enzymes; Cell wall - not rigid like a plant cells, but flexible
State the similarities between the cell walls of archaea and bacteria ... but major
differences in chemical composition between bacterial and archaeal cell wall.
Sep 8, 1998 ... C. Differences between Bacterial and Eukaryotic DNA. 1. Bacteria have one large
loop of "naked" DNA; may contain plasmids. 2. Eukaryotes ...