MMG Review - that branches close to the archaeal root. Not...

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Lectures 5 and 6 Archaea and Eukarayotic Microorganisms Vocabulary Crenarchaeota- a major phylum of Archaea that contains both hyperthermophilic (>80°C) and cold dwelling organisms. Euryarchaeota- another major phylum of Archaea that contains mostly methanogens, extreme halophiles, and Thermoplasm. Korarchaeota- a phylum of hyperthermophilic Archaea
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Unformatted text preview: that branches close to the archaeal root. Not found in pure culture. Nanoarchaeota Halophile Methanogen Bacteriohodopsin Retinal Coenzyme M Coenzyme F420 Coenzyme F430 Volta Experiment Achlorophyllous Euglena Merozoites Chitin Mycoses Plasmodia Pseudoplasmodium Photoautotroph Chemoorganotroph Dunalielia Spyrogyra Endolithic Concepts...
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