Archeabacteria

Bryce McCracken and Sarah Zimmerle

Nucleus Structure

Archeabacteria have one of the simplest forms of cell structure. They do not have a nucleus.

Interesting Facts

- Allowed to live in extreme environments because they do not have any peptidoglycan. ( Made of sugars and amino acids)

Peptidoglycan allows the cell wall to remain stronger and will keep the bacteria from bursting in the extreme environment.

- Live in the ocean because its salty

- Discovered recently about 1983

- What is the domain? Archea.
- Is Archeabacteria unicellular, multicellular, or both? They are unicellular.

- Is Archeabacteria autotrophic, heterotrophic, or both? They are both.