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Why are bacteria and archaea in different domains?
As I understand it, the main difference between the Bacteria and the Eucaryota domains are that eukaryotes have a nucleus and bacteria don't. I understand that bacteria and archaebacteria have enough ...
Jan 7 '13 at 3:04
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