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Crenarchaeota

Crenarchaeota (domain Archaea) The less derived (see APOMORPH) of the two kingdoms of the Archaea, composed principally of extreme thermophiles and psychrophiles. Members of the Crenarchaeota show a greater genetic similarity to those belonging to the domains Eucaryota and Bacteria than do those of the Euryarchaeota.

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Crenarchaeota

Crenarchaeota(domain Archaea) The less derived (see apomorph) of the two kingdoms of the Archaea, composed principally of extreme thermophiles and psychrophiles. Members of the Crenarchaeota show a greater genetic similarity to those belonging to the domainsEucaryota and Eubacteria than do those of the Euryarchaeota.

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Crenarchaeota

Crenarchaeota (domain Archaea) The less derived (see APOMORPH) of the 2 kingdoms of the Archaea, composed principally of extreme thermophiles and psychrophiles. Members of the Crenarchaeota show a greater genetic similarity to those belonging to the domains Eucarya and Eubacteria than do those of the Euryarchaeota.

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