Archaebacteria are single-celled microorganisms that are prokaryotes with no
cell nucleus. There are lots of examples as you can see here.
Psychrophiles, halophiles, methanogens and thermophiles are all examples of
Archaebacteria, according to the American Society for Microbiology.
Jul 27, 2015 ... Archaebacteria survive and thrive in hostile environments, like hot springs and
your intestines. This lesson will explore archaebacteria, ...
Aug 5, 2016 ... Archaebacteria are known to survive in conditions where life can't be even ...
Take a look at the examples of archaebacteria in this article.
The Kingdom Archaebacteria consists of bacteria found in harsh environments
such as those that are extremely salty or hot. Bacteria in this kingdom have cell ...
Aug 3, 2016 ... Methanogens. They produce methane. Examples are the methanococci and the
Apr 11, 2014 ... Phylum, Types, Cell, Information about Archaebacteria. ... Genus: Methanopyrus
Species: kandleri Examples: Methanogens; 13. Ferroplasma ...
Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria. Plants and ...
Mushrooms, mold and mildew are all examples of organisms in the kingdom
Archaebacteria are a group of most primitive prokaryotes which are believed to
have evolved immediately after the evolution of the first life. They are of three ...
Kingdom: Archaebacteria Cell Type: Prokaryote ... Example: AMOEBA,
PARAMECIUM, MOLDS, GIANT KELP. ... Sponges. An examples of Animalia ...