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15 April, 18:35

How do Protista differ from bacteria and archaea

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  1. 15 April, 20:01
    protist are at least ten times bigger than both bacteria and archaea

    protista are eukaryotes, bacteria and archaea are prokaryotes

    protista consist both sing and multiple celled organism, bacteria and archaea are singled celled

    protista have a membrane bound nucleus

    protista live in environment that are at least moist, if not aquatic bacteria are ubiquitous and archaea exist in large numbers both in extreme environment, such as hot springs and in the world's ocean

    protista were the first to evolve as sexual mode or reproduction, bacteria and archaea reproduce sexually through simple cell splitting called binary fission
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