Archaebacteria

Environment:

They are often called "extremophiles" (a microorganism, esp. an archaean, that lives in conditions of extreme temperature, acidity, alkalinity, or chemical concentration.) They are mostly found in hot springs. They are found in the depths of the ocean. They are found in these place also swamps, deep-sea waters, sewage treatment facilities, and even in the stomachs of cows.
It is an unicellular and it is prokaryotic.

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Characteristics:

  • They are the first organism to be on the Earth
  • It survives in condition that other organism can't survive in
  • Its diameter is around 0.0002–0.0004 in
  • It has no membrane
  • It eats nutrients just like any other single cell organism
  • Archaebacteria obtain food by absorption, non-photosynthetic photophosphorylation, or chemosynthesis.
Ecologically archaebacteria help the enviroment that it's in

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Eubacteria


Environment:

  • They are all around
  • Just about anywhere were there are bacteria
  • They are the ones that are in your toilet
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Characteristics:

  • It are the ones that make you sick
  • The analyst say that they were made after Archaebacteria.
  • It are the most common
  • It feeds on protein
  • It is prokaryotic
  • It is unicellular
  • It cause disease
  • It it dead things lol
  • It helps decay things
  • It has a cell membrane
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Protista


Environment:

  • fresh water
  • marine water
  • snow
  • damp soil
  • polar bear hairs

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Characteristics:

  • Most are eukaryotic
  • And are unicellular
  • Those that are multicellular lack tissue
  • It has both characteristics of plants and animal
  • It moves when it wants to.
  • Its mostly Eukaryotic and unicellular
  • Ecological wise it helps create sea weedprotista.jpg
Citations
Encyclopedia. 19 Feb. 2009 <http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-Archaea.html
>.
Essortment. 19 Feb. 2009 <http://www.essortment.com/all/
archaebacteriae_rmkr.htm>.
Microbiology Online. 19 Feb. 2009
<http://http://www.microbiologyonline.org.uk/archbac.htm>
RIC.EDU. 19 Feb. 2009 <http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/Six_Kingdoms/
Index.htm>.
Science. 19 Feb. 2009 <http://science.jrank.org/pages/475/
Archaebacteria-Groups-Archaebacteria.html>.
Science . 19 Feb. 2009 <http://science.jrank.org/pages/474/
Archaebacteria-General-characteristics.html>.