archaebacteria can live where no other organism could live
yes archaebacteria can live in the most extreme conditions
they are in kingdom archaebacteria.
a characteristic of archaebacteria are that they live in environments without oxygen
Eubacteria live in extreme environments. archaebacteria live everywhere else.
In extreme environments
Hot and acidic enviroments.
they live just everywhere
Archaebacteria organisms are single celled. One type of archaebacteria is the methanogens which live in oxygen free environments. The halophiles live in water. The thermophiles live in hot areas. Some examples are nanoarchaeum equitans, methanococcus voltae, sulfolobus shibatae, and salarchaeum.
unlike archaebacteria that live in extreme environments, eubacteria live elsewhere
yes they do
The types of archaebacteria which live in hot springs and boiling deep ocean vents are thermophiles.
Archaebacteria live in extreme conditions that are hot, acidic etc. (e.g volcanoes, hot springs, sewage)
Unicellular or single celled prokaryotes are part of the archaebacteria kingdom. Many archaebacteria live in hot climates. The waste products that they produce may have flammable gases.