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Kingdom Archaebacteriae and Eubacteriae & Kingdom Protista
Archaebacteria grow in extreme habitats like acidic aquatic environments, anaerobic environments, salt flats and hot boiling water.
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Kingdom Archaebacteriae and Eubacteriae & Kingdom Protista Kingdom Archaebacteriae The term achae comes from Greek meaning ancient. There is a probability that Archaebacteria evolved from a common ancestor like eukaryotes and Bacteria but there is a close relationship between Archaebacteria and eukaryotes than Bacteria. Margulis & Schwartz (1998) state that Archaebacteria are single celled and complex organisms. There are many features that distinguish Archaebacteria from Eubacteria. They include: • They have a unique lipid bilayer of cell membranes. • No polypeptide in their ...
... sources of food for ocean life forms. Secondly, they produce most of the earth’s oxygen through their photosynthesis process. Chemicals that are produced by algae have medicinal value as they treat stomach ulcers if when utilized in foods rich in iron and vitamin C.
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