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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.
There are three domains of life: Bacteria (also known as Eubacteria), Archaea,
and Eukarya. The Bacteria and Archaea are made up entirely of microorganisms;
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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 ...
It was Carl Woese who found out they were different by comparing the 16S ... that
you intended to ask the difference between the domains Archaea and Bacteria.
[Comprehension, Analysis] -See Bellow • Compare and contrast cells of bacteria,
archaea and eukaryotes, identifying similarities and key differences between ...
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 ...
There are differences between bacteria and archaea RNA. Bacterial RNA
polymerase has 14 subunits only, whereas archaea has several sets of eight to