Archaebacteria Biological Classification Biology Class 11th Kingdom Monera


In this article we will discuss Archaebacteria

In this article, we will discuss Archaebacteria. So, let’s get started.


These bacteria are special since they live in some of the most harsh habitats
such as extreme salty areas (halophiles), hot springs (thermoacidophiles)
and marshy areas (methanogens). Archaebacteria differ from other bacteria
in having a different cell wall structure and this feature is responsible for their survival in extreme conditions. Methanogens are present in the gut of several ruminant animals such as cows and buffaloes and they are responsible for the production of methane (biogas) from the dung of these

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