1. Archaebacteria-
Archaea:
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above is a picture of Halobacterium, a type of archaea

  • organisms:
  • archaea are found in extreme oxygen-free climates like hot springs & salty oceans
  • unicelluar
  • prokaryotic
  • characteristics:
    • have no membrane-bound organelles- such as a nuclei
    • the rigid cell wall contains no peptidoglycan
    • DNA contains a single membrane
  • they produce their own food from chemicals found in their environment


2. Eubacteria
  • organisms:
3. Protista
4. Fungi
5. Animalia
6. Plantae
7. Virus

sources:
http://science.jrank.org/pages/474/Archaebacteria-General-characteristics.html