yeah their motile :)
No archaebacteria can not move on its own
most archaebacteria don't move and are instead moved around by their environment. some have flagella, though
they move on nick Jonas
They use flagella.
the move by flagellums
Archaebacteria uses two types of movements. They move using a threadlike structure called cilia or a long whip-like tail (flagella) at one end of the bacteria.
The fact the only some move around.
They move using flaggella in a motor boat propellor sort of way. They also twist their flagella in a corkscrew movement. Glides on secreted slime.
The archaebacteria are unicellular.
Archaebacteria is anaerobic.
Archaebacteria are heterotrophs
Archaebacteria are prokaryotic.
Archaebacteria lives in the bottom of the ocean. Archaebacteria lives in the bottom of the ocean.
how long has archaebacteria been on earth? how long has archaebacteria been on earth?
there is 15 cell in the archaebacteria
Archaebacteria is older. :D
Most archaebacteria have to ability to harmful to humans. This is because archaebacteria can weaken the immune system and cause disease.
Here are the 3 types of Archaebacteria Archaebacteria>>>>> 1. Methanogens 2. Halophiles 3. Thermoacidiophiles
one kind of archaebacteria is the methanogens
Archaebacteria can be both helpful and harmful.
Archaebacteria may eat other bacteria.
Eubacteria has peptidoglycan and Archaebacteria Does Not.
They have their own kingdom called Archaebacteria.
Yes, archaebacteria have a cell wall.
Both archaebacteria and eubacteria
archaebacteria consists of complex cells
Archaebacteria are unicellular and eubacteria are multicellular.
The organisms in archaebacteria is methanogens,halophiles and thermoacidophiles.
Archaebacteria reproduce asexually: by division, budding, or fragmentation. Miosis is not part of the reproductive processes for archaebacteria. They are also unicellular.
The majority of archaebacteria are autotrophs. However a small percentage of archaebacteria is heterotrophic.
Archaebacteria is still present today and not extinct. Archaebacteria is a single cell microorganism and was once classified as bacteria.
Motile - The Moving or having the power to move spontaneously: motile spores. Archaea bacteria is motile.
The common name for Eubacteria and Archaebacteria both is bacteria. The scientific names are Eubacteria/Bacteria and Archaebacteria/Archaea.
Archaebacteria can cause lyme disease.
a characteristic of archaebacteria are that they live in environments without oxygen
archaebacteria is helpful to humans in many ways!
Archaebacteria belongs in domain archaea.
Methane gas, but it depends on the kind of archaebacteria, I think.
how archaebacteria survive in extreme environment
Methanogenic Archaebacteria is found in swamps.
Does Archaebacteria have methane gas?
Archaebacteria is a kingdom of single-cell organisms. Archaebacteria can get energy for life processes from sugars, hydrogen, metals and the sun.
Archaebacteria and Eubacteria are placed in separate kingdoms because eubacteria has a different chemical makeup than archaebacteria.
Most archaebacteria need to have air and water to survive. Some archaebacteria don't need air only sunlight to survive.
three types of archaebacteria are halophiles, thermoacidophiles, and methanogens
Archaebacteria is asexual, I just learned it in biology class.