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I understand that archaea are closer to eukarya than they are to bacteria (especially in the proteins of their RNA polymerase) but are they also similar in their ribosomes? (despite having different s values)

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  • $\begingroup$ Archaebacteria show some similarities to eukaryotes but also some to eubacteria. As they are thought to represent a separate kingdom, I'm not sure that your first statement is correct. That aside, what specific features of ribosomes are you thinking about? $\endgroup$ – David Feb 21 at 17:57

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