What is archaebacteria? How is it used in genetic engineering?



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    Archaea is a Kingdom of classification along with plants, animals, fungi, protists, and bacteria. Archaeans resemble bacteria under a microscope, but are genetically and biochemically much different–they are not bacterial at all. Many Archaeans live in extreme environments such as alkaline or acidic hotsprings, and incredibly hot vents in the ocean floor. Scientists have studied them and their resistance to heat, methane and other extremes in their genetic engineering work.

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