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Hadeel_Ibrahim

  • 4 years ago

how are Archaea cells are different from bacteria cells?

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  1. heena
    • 4 years ago
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    by sexual reproduction method

  2. Rogue
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    "Archaea: cell membrane contains ether linkages; cell wall lacks peptidoglycan; genes and enzymes behave more like Eukaryotes; have three RNA polymerases like eukaryotes; and live in extreme conditions. Bacteria: cell membrane contains ester bonds; cell wall made of peptidoglycan; have only one RNA polymerase; react to antibiotics in a different way than archaea does." http://www.differencebetween.net/science/difference-between-archaea-and-bacteria/

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    Archea use Histone proteins to pack their DNA Bacteria use super coiling to pack their DNA

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    Their Ribosomes are also different and close to that of eukaryotes

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