Question: Science

how are the archaea different from bacteria?
In Science | Asked by bookragstutor
Asked from the Bacteria study pack
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All bacteria have peptidoglycans in the cell wall whereas the archaea do not. Both also have different RNA polymerases and  their protein synthesis is different. 

Dr. John Carmen | 1439 days ago

a. different from bacteria because it has a nucleus, also, it is extreme bacteria, which can survive extreme conditions (heat/cold, flood, drought..),  which bacteria cannot

(guest) | 208 days ago