ARCHAEA [ärˈkēə, ärˌkāə]
See also: Archaea
1. Archaea are microorganisms that define the limits of life on Earth. They were originally discovered and described in extreme environments, such as hydrothermal vents and terrestrial hot springs
2. The Domain Archaea wasn't recognized as a major domain of life until quite recently
3. Archaea are single-celled microorganisms with structure similar to bacteria. They are evolutionarily distinct from bacteria and eukaryotes and form the third domain of life
4. Archaea are obligate anaerobes living in environments low in oxygen (e.g., water, soil).
5. Medical Definition of Archaea 1 capitalized : a domain of primitive single-celled prokaryotic microorganisms including methane-producing forms and others that thrive in extremely salty or hot, often acidic environments They are largely Archaea, a domain of life first identified 20 years ago …
6. Archaea are a group of microscopic organisms that were discovered in the early 1970s. Like bacteria, they are single-celled prokaryotes
7. Archaeans were originally thought to be bacteria until DNA analysis showed that they are different organisms.
8. Archaea vs Bacteria – Characteristics Compared Archaea are microscopic, single-celled organisms
9. The Archaea are a diverse and fascinating group of micro-organisms and the Korarchaeota (one of the group’s […]
10. Archaea [ ahr-kee- uh ] plural noun, singular ar·chae·on [ahr-kee-on].
11. Although the domains Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya were founded on genetic criteria, biochemical properties also indicate that the Archaea form an independent group within the prokaryotes and that they share traits with both the bacteria and the eukaryotes
12. Archaea differ from Eukaryota in their ribosomal structure and the presence—in some—of introns in the genome, as well as other features (e.g., different membrane composition)
13. Molecular biology Archaea are of interest in biotechnology as they have unique biochemical features (e.g., enzymes of theromophiles, such as Taq polymerase, the
14. Archaea is a group of primitive prokaryotes that based on their distinct characteristics form a separate domain from bacteria and eukaryotes
15. The term ‘Archaea’ is derived from a Greek word, ‘archaios’ which means primitive or ancient, indicating the primitive structure of these organisms.
16. The Archaea comprise a group of single-celled microorganisms that, like bacteria, are prokaryotes that have no cell nucleus or any other organelles within their cells
17. Archaea are famous for their love of living in extreme environments
18. If it’s super hot (more than 100° Celsius), freezing, acidic, alkaline, salty, deep in the ocean, even bombarded by gamma or UV radiation, there’s probably life there, and that life is probably Archaeal species.
19. The Archaea are a group of organisms that were originally thought to be bacteria (which explains the initial name of “Archaeabacteria”), due to their physical similarities.
20. Archaea are a group of micro-organisms that are similar to, but evolutionarily distinct from bacteria
21. Many Archaea have been found living in extreme environments, for example at high pressures, salt concentrations or temperatures
22. The Archaea (or Archea) are a group of single-celled organisms
23. Archaea are tiny, simple organisms.
24. Domain Archaea/Archaebacteria: In the 1970s, while studying the relationships among prokaryotes using DNA sequences, a scientist named Carl Woese discovered some “unusual” organisms that appear to be very distinct from prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
25. The Archaea (/ ɑr ˈ k iː ə / or / ɑr ˈ k eɪ ə / ar-KEE-ə or ar-KAY-ə) constitute a domain and kingdom of single-celled microorganisms.These microbes (Archaea; singular archaeon) are prokaryotes, meaning that they have no cell nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles in their cells.Archaea were initially classified as bacteria, receiving the name archaebacteria (in the
26. Prokaryotes are divided into two different domains, Bacteria and Archaea, which together with Eukarya, comprise the three domains of life (Figure 1)
27. Bacteria and Archaea are both prokaryotes but differ enough to be placed in separate domains.
28. Archaea synonyms, Archaea pronunciation, Archaea translation, English dictionary definition of Archaea
29. Ar·chae·a Any of various prokaryotic microorganisms of the domain Archaea, being genetically distinct from bacteria and often living in habitats with
30. Thermophilic Archea found in Yellowstone National Park Domain Archaea
31. Phylogenetic relationships between Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya
32. While the term prokaryote (“before-nucleus”) is widely used to describe both Archaea and Bacteria, you can see from the phylogenetic Tree of Life below that this term does not describe a monophyletic group: A phylogenetic tree of living things, based on RNA data and proposed by Carl Woese, showing the separation of bacteria
33. Domain Archaea contains some prokaryotic cells that live in conditions that are too extreme for other forms of life
34. Archaea display a wide range of lifestyles, including anaerobic and aerobic respiration, fermentation, chemoautotrophy, heterotrophy, and photoheterotrophy
35. Through these various energy metabolisms, many Archaea are able to fix carbon from inorganic sources, making them major ecological actors in the Earth’s global geochemical cycles.
36. Archaea do not use fatty acids to build their membrane phospholipids
37. He Archaea kingdom Or Archaea domain is a biological category that constitutes a diversity of prokaryotic unicellular microorganisms, ie, they have no nucleus.
38. Archaea are not known to cause any disease in humans, animals, plants, bacteria, or in other Archaea
39. Although this makes sense for the extremophiles, not all Archaea live in extreme environments
40. Many genera and species of Archaea are mesophiles, so they can live in human and animal microbiomes, although they rarely do.
41. Bacteria have peptioglycan, but Archaea have s-layers, polysaccharides, and no peptidoglycan cell walls
42. S-layer is a regularly structured layer composed of protein or glycoprotein that lies on the surface of many Archaea
43. Archaea thường có một nhiễm sắc thể đơn dạng vòng, kích cỡ có thể lớn tới khoảng 5.751.492 cặp bazơ như ở Methanosarcina acetivorans, bộ gen lớn nhất của vi khuẩn cổ được biết đến.
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46. Archaea and the prokaryote-to-eukaryote transition
47. Archaea are of different shapes
48. The cell wall of Archaea is made of pseudopeptidoglycan
49. Archaea have been observed to have lipids linked with ether with the branching of aliphatic acid
50. The reproduction process of Archaea is carried out Asexually.
51. Synonyms for Archaea in Free Thesaurus
52. 1 synonym for Archaean: archean
53. Archaea: They are single-celled organisms that comprise cells with distinct properties that make them unique from the other two domains of life, namely Eukaryota and Bacteria
54. The Archaea (or Archea) are a group of single-celled organisms.The name comes from Greek αρχαία, "old ones"
55. Archaea are tiny, simple organisms.They were originally discovered in extreme environments (extremophiles), but are now thought to be common to more average conditions.Many can survive at very high (over 80 °C) or very low
Other Archaebacteria Examples
Archaea are a major part of Earth's life. They are part of the microbiota of all organisms. In the human microbiome, they are important in the gut, mouth, and on the skin.
Characteristics of the archaea Cell walls: virtually all bacteria contain peptidoglycan in their cell walls; however, archaea and eukaryotes lack... Fatty acids: bacteria and eukaryotes produce membrane lipids consisting of fatty acids linked by ester bonds to a... Complexity of RNA polymerase: transcription within all types of organisms is performed by an... More ...
The Differences among Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryotic Microorganisms
|Cell wall||Made of peptidoglycan||Does not contain peptidoglycan||In plants and fungi, composed of polysac ...|
|Sensitivity to antibiotics||Yes||No||No|
|First amino acid during protein synthesi ...||Formylmethionine||Methionine||Methionine|