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Archaebacteria are a type of single-cell organism which are so different from other modern life-forms that they have challenged the way scientists classify life.

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Nov 29, 2012 ... How can termites digest wood? Unlike us, termites can get nutrition from wood. Mutualistic archaea found in the gut of termites help them digest ...

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Archaebacteria Types - Video Classes and Notes along with Online Quiz, Mock Tests, Previous Years Question Papers for Class 11 and 12 for CBSE, State ...

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är˝kēbăktĭr´ēə [key], diverse group of bacteria (prokaryotes), sometimes called the archaea and considered a major group unto themselves. Archaebacteria are  ...

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Lifeeasy Biology Authors Team. Super Administrator. 0. The three types of archaebacteria are: Methanogens; Halobacteria or Halophiles; Thermophilic bacteria.

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The Archaebacteria kingdom is made up of THREE different kinds of Archaebacteria. Their funtions and structers of their genes are more similar to ...

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This came from a simple lookup on Google. There are three types of Archaea: crenarchaeota (kren-are-key-oh-ta), which are characterized by their ability to ...

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Bacteria are the most ubiquitous organism on earth. Prokaryote includes bacteria and blue green algae. Bacteria are of two groups eubacteria and archae ...

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Archaebacteria are single-celled microorganisms that are prokaryotes with no cell ... One type of archaebacteria is crenarchaeota, which can live in extreme ...