Best Answer : Difference Between Archaea and Bacteria - 89497

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The similarities are that archaea and eubacteria are single-celled organisms that do not have a nucleus or organelles. Size and shape Both archaea and eubacteria are similar in shape and size. They are both found occurring as rods, cocci, spirals, plates, coiled etc. Difference in Cell structure The general cell structure of archaea and bacteria are the same but composition and organization of some structures differ in archaea. Similar to bacteria archaea do not have interior membranes but both have cell wall and use flagella to swim. Archaea differ in the fact that their cell wall does not contain peptidoglycan and cell membrane uses ether linked lipids as opposed to ester linked lipids in bacteria. Flagella...
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The similarities are that archaea and eubacteria are single-celled organisms that do not have a nucleus or organelles.

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