What do eukarya and archaea have in common?

1 Answer
Aug 21, 2016

Quite a few that Archaea are closer to Eukaryotes than Prokaryotes .


Neither the cell walls of Eukaryota or Archaea are made of peptidoglycan,which is what the cell walls of most bacteria are composed of.

Both can carry out asexual reproduction.

Translation and transcription that occurs in Archaea is similar to that that occurs in Eukaryota (the one in bacteria is unique).

DNA replication in Archaea is similar to that in Eukarya.