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Archaeobacteria

Archaeobacteria is a major group of bacteria that includes the anogens, the red extreme basophiles, and the thermoacidophiles, and which diverged from other bacteria at a very early stage in evolution. Also called archaebacteria.

Category: Microbiology
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