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Archaea (spider)
Archaea is an extinct genus of spiders in the family Archaeidae. As of October 2016[update], four species are placed (or possibly placed) in the genus
Archaea (disambiguation)
Archaea or Archea may refer to: Archaea, a domain of single-celled organisms Archean, a geological eon Archaeidae, a family of spiders Archaea (spider)
Archaeidae
as assassin spiders and pelican spiders, is a spider family with about ninety described species in five genera. It contains small spiders, ranging from
N. occultus
occultus, an archaea species in the genus Natronococcus Nicagus occultus, a beetle species in the genus Nicagus Nosferattus occultus, a spider species Occultus
M. taiwanensis
Macrothele taiwanensis, a mygalomorph spider species in the genus Macrothele Methanocalculus taiwanensis, an Archaea species in the genus Methanocalculus
Taxonomy (biology)
One main characteristic of the three-domain method is the separation of Archaea and Bacteria, previously grouped into the single kingdom Bacteria (a kingdom
Marine life
now recognised as archaea. Flat, square-shaped cells of the archaea Haloquadratum walsbyi Methanosarcina barkeri, a marine archaea that produces methane
Glutathione
(GSH) is an antioxidant in plants, animals, fungi, and some bacteria and archaea. Glutathione is capable of preventing damage to important cellular components
Vitamin B12
ring. The only organisms to produce vitamin B12 are certain bacteria and archaea. Bacteria are found on plants that herbivores eat; they are taken into
Archaeol
main core membrane lipids of archaea, one of the three domains of life. One of the key features that distinguishes archaea from bacteria and eukarya is