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humans cells contain dna, but the cell of archaea do not
Archaea have no nucleus
The bacteria cell wall is made of peptidoglycan, while archaea cell walls lack peptidoglycan. Also, the archaea cell membrane contain ether linkages, while the bacteria cell membrane contains ether bonds.
Carl Richard Woese (July 15, 1928 â?? December 30, 2012) is famous for being the one to define the archaea as a kingdom of life. His efforts to clarify the evolution and diversity of microbes proved invaluable to ecologists and conservationists. Woese's work on archaea is also significant in its implications for the search for life on other planets, as organisms similar to archaea that exist in extreme environments may have developed on other planets which harbor conditions conducive to extremophile life.
it is not archaea
bacteria and archaea
Archaea do have a cell wall.
Archaea are prokaryotic cells.
Archaea are both heterotrophs And autotrophs!
archaea are ancient prokaryotes and humans are eukaryotes. archaea and eukaryotes have some similar genetic processes so it is thought that archaea are evolutionary closer to eukaryotes. this in turn means that humans have evolved indirectly from archaea
The answer is Archaea trust me i have been looking it up
The archaea in the geyser was very hot.
The Surprising Archaea was created in 2000.
Eukaryotes have a nucleus, Archaea do not.