Archaea: A microbiological world yet to be discovered

It is a group of prokaryotic morphology unicellular microorganisms (without nucleus), which are part of one of the three great living beings’ domains: archaea, bacteria and eukaryotes. Archaea are microscopic organisms, (size between 0.1 μm to more than 15 μm), which may have flagella. Their cells are surrounded by a cover (cell wall) with membrane […]

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