Questions About Remote Learning? Click Here

Eubacteria vs Archeabacteria
Updated: 2/4/2020
Eubacteria vs Archeabacteria
This storyboard was created with StoryboardThat.com

Storyboard Text

  • Tell it to me straight doc.What's the difference between eubacteria and archebacteria?
  • They're actually quite similar. Both are unicellular, mobile, organisms that have no bound organelles. They both have cell walls, though made up of different substances. Both are capable of asexual reproduction, though eubacteria can also reproduce sexually. They can also be hetero or autotrophs.
  • The main difference between them is that eubacteria can be found all over the world, while archeabacteria are found in extreme enviroments like hot springs.
  • Eubacteria and archeabacteria have different shapes and structures
  • C I T A T I O N SC, Rachna, et al. “Difference Between Archaea and Bacteria (with Comparison Chart and Similarities).” Bio Differences, 6 Mar. 2018, biodifferences.com/difference-between-archaea-and-bacteria.html.That is all.
Over 13 Million Storyboards Created
Storyboard That Family