Definition of Archaeobacteria

1. Noun. Considered ancient life forms that evolved separately from bacteria and blue-green algae.

Exact synonyms: Archaebacteria, Archaebacterium, Archeobacteria
Generic synonyms: Moneran, Moneron
Group relationships: Division Archaebacteria
Specialized synonyms: Methanogen, Halophil, Halophile, Thermoacidophile



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Archaeobacteria

archaeal proteins
archaean
archaeans
archaeastronomy
archaebacteria
archaebacterial
archaebacterium
archaei
archaeintensities
archaeintensity
archaelogical
archaeo-
archaeoastronomer
archaeoastronomers
archaeoastronomy
archaeobacteria (current term)
archaeobotanical
archaeobotanist
archaeobotanists
archaeobotany
archaeocerebellum
archaeogenetic
archaeogeneticist
archaeogenetics
archaeoglobales
archaeoglobus
archaeoglobus fulgidus
archaeography
archaeolithic
archaeologian

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