Archaeabacteria

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Archeabacteria are classed as unicellular organisms and exist in extreme conditions<ref>Rhode Island College. The Six Kingdoms. Cited [2/12/18]. Available from: http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/six_kingdoms/.</ref>. They can also be termed [[Archea|'Archea']]<ref>UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html</ref>. The group of organisms was discovered as recently as in the 1970s and altered the classification of life. 'Life' was hence&nbsp; separated into three groups: Eukaryota, Eubacteria and Archeabacteria<ref>UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html</ref>.  
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Archeabacteria are classed as unicellular organisms and exist in extreme conditions<ref>Rhode Island College. The Six Kingdoms. Cited [2/12/18]. Available from: http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/six_kingdoms/.</ref>. They can also be termed [[Archea|'Archea']]<ref>UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html</ref>. The group of organisms was discovered as recently as in the 1970s and altered the classification of life. 'Life' was hence separated into three groups: Eukaryota, Eubacteria and Archeabacteria<ref>UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html</ref>.  
  
 
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 Archaeabacteria are a group within the Kingdom class in taxonomy. The remaining groups within this class are  Animalia, Eubacteria, Fungi, Plantae and Protists[1].


Archeabacteria are classed as unicellular organisms and exist in extreme conditions[2]. They can also be termed 'Archea'[3]. The group of organisms was discovered as recently as in the 1970s and altered the classification of life. 'Life' was hence separated into three groups: Eukaryota, Eubacteria and Archeabacteria[4].

References  

  1. Rhode Island College. The Six Kingdoms. Cited [2/12/18]. Available from: http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/six_kingdoms/.
  2. Rhode Island College. The Six Kingdoms. Cited [2/12/18]. Available from: http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/six_kingdoms/.
  3. UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html
  4. UCMP Berkeley. Intro to the Archea. Cited [2/12/18]. Accessible from: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html
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