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28 March, 12:01

Archaea differ from bacteria in that archaea Archaea differ from bacteria in that archaea use organic compounds for food. lack nuclei. have diverse cell wall compositions. reproduce by binary fission. are prokaryotic.

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  1. 28 March, 13:44
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    The correct answer is - have diverse cell wall composition

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    Bacteria and archaea are both prokaryotes because they both lack membrane-bound nucleus and other membrane-bound organelle. There are differences between bacteria and archaea which allow their differentiation into two different domains.

    One of the main difference is the difference in their cell wall. The cell wall of bacteria is made up of peptidoglycan and the cell wall of archaea is made up of pseudo-peptidoglycan.

    In peptidoglycan N-acetylglucosamine and N-acetylglucosamine are the two sugars but in archaea N-acetyltalosaminuronic acid (NAT) replaces NAM.
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