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This paper examines the kingdom Archaea and its uses in science and biotechnology. The writer discusses that these organisms were once thought to belong to the prokaryotic kingdom but warranted their unique classification, especially after research showed they were closer to eukaryotes. The origins of discovering this kingdom are discussed as well as uses in plastics, petroleum, and other industrial applications.
From the Paper:"Until approximately thirty years ago, there were two widely-accepted "super-kingdoms" into which all life on Earth could be easily classified into. These classifications were based primarily on whether an organism contained a true nucleus inside of its cells and were either called Eukarya (eukaryotes - which include humans) or Bacteria (prokaryotes). As early as the beginning of the 20th century, researchers challenged this widely held convention but could not provide substantial evidence. In fact, many who tried to assert this claim were thought to be ..."
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Archaebacteria (2007, December 01) Retrieved July 03, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/archaebacteria-136616/
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