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d the archaea different from all the other cellular microbes? -They have cell walls? -They can move? -They reproduce asexually? -They have no nucleus?...

How are the bacteria and the archaea different from all the other cellular microbes? -They have cell walls? -They can move? -They reproduce asexually? -They have no nucleus?

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Archaea are a group of microscopic organisms that were discovered in the early 1970s. Like bacteria, they are single-celled... View the full answer

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  • Archaea are a group of microscopic organisms that were discovered in the early 1970s. Like bacteria, they are single-celled prokaryotes.
    • tokto800
    • Jul 19, 2016 at 9:16pm

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