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CBSE - IX - Biology

Sir please explain me what is flame cell, archea, and difference between archea and eubacteria 

Asked by Saquib 3rd March 2017, 8:19 AM
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Hi Saquib,

1. Flame cell is an organ of excretion in invertebrates like nephridia and flatworms. It contains cilia that draws in waste products and propel them outside through a connecting tubule.

2. Archaea is a domain of a group of single-celled prokaryotic organisms whose cells lack a defined nucleus.




Single celled

Complex and multicellular

Present everywhere

Present in extreme conditions

Presence of muramic acid the cell wall

No muramic acid present

Answered by Expert 3rd March 2017, 5:49 PM

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