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Many are bacteria or archaea, all of which are prokaryotes,

Spanish translation: Archaea/arqueobacterias

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English term or phrase:Archaea
Spanish translation:Archaea/arqueobacterias
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17:32 Apr 23, 2008
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Science - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-) / Many are bacteria or archaea, all of which are prokaryotes,
English term or phrase: Many are bacteria or archaea, all of which are prokaryotes,
Microbes are referred to as such, simply because they cannot be seen by the naked eye. Many are bacteria or archaea, all of which are prokaryotes, but the term ‘microbe’ also encompasses some eukaryotes, including yeasts, which are unicellular fungi, as well as protozoa and unicellular plants
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muchos son bacterias o Archaea/arqueobacterias, toas ellas procariotas
Explanation:
Yo prefiero arqueobacterias a Arquea.

En lugar de "todas ellas procariotas", puede ser "en ambos casos procariotas", o como te parezca bien.

"taxonomías tradicionales y adoptar una visión nueva que separaba a los seres vivos en tres grandes dominios: las Archaea (las arqueobacterias), "
http://www.microbiologia.org.mx/microbiosenlinea/CAPITULO_26...
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4 +6muchos son bacterias o Archaea/arqueobacterias, toas ellas procariotas
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many are bacteria or archaea, all of which are prokaryotes,
muchos son bacterias o Archaea/arqueobacterias, toas ellas procariotas


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Explanation:
Yo prefiero arqueobacterias a Arquea.

En lugar de "todas ellas procariotas", puede ser "en ambos casos procariotas", o como te parezca bien.

"taxonomías tradicionales y adoptar una visión nueva que separaba a los seres vivos en tres grandes dominios: las Archaea (las arqueobacterias), "
http://www.microbiologia.org.mx/microbiosenlinea/CAPITULO_26...


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agree  Gabriella Maldonado: agree. Bacterias en plural (bacteria en Ingles es plural)
32 mins
  -> Gracias Sangaropo

agree  Egmont
1 hr
  -> Gracias AVRVM

agree  sugrass
1 hr
  -> Gracias sugrass

agree  Marta Favale: Bacteria y Archaea son dominios si están con mayúscula, si están con minúscula, bacterias y arqueobacterias
2 hrs
  -> Gracias Marta

agree  brainfloss
3 hrs
  -> Gracias brainfloss

agree  Silvia Serrano: Prefiero la opción "en ambos casos procariotas" :)
14 hrs
  -> Gracias Silvia
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