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What Are Some Examples Of Archaebacteria?

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- Pyrococcus abyssi: The toughest Archaebacteria on earth
- Haloarchaea: Used in antibiotics
- Sulfolobus used in antibiotics.
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Like bacteria, archaea are single-celled organisms that lack nuclei and are therefore prokaryotes. These are also called Archaebacteria and are classified in kingdom Monera in the traditional five-kingdom taxonomy.
Examples of archaebacteria include thermophiles inhabiting the hot springs, or the halophiles occupying habitats in the Dead Sea.
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1. Methanogens Phyla- These organims are anerobic methane producers that produce nearly 2 trillion kg of methane gas annually.
   2. Thermoacidophiles Phyla- These organisms live in very hot enviorments that can be acidic, nearly all organisms are anerobes.
   3. Extreme Halophiles Phyla- Live in areas of very high salt content, nearly all animals are anerobic, and all are gram-negative.
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The materials in your intestines
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