what characteristics distinguish members of the kingdom of archaea from the members of the kingdom eubacteria
-The main difference between archaebacteria and eubacteria is that archaebacteria are usually found in extreme environmental conditions whereas eubacteria are found everywhere on earth.
- Introns are present in archaebacteria
but are absent in eubacteria.
- Archaebacteria exhibit neither glycolysis nor Kreb’s cycle whereas eubacteria exhibit both glycolysis and Kreb’s cycle.
- Archaebacteria are three types: methanogens, halophiles and thermophiles. Eubacteria are two types: gram positive and gram negative