The three-domain system recognizes fundamental differences between two groups of which one of these?
The three domain system recognizes fundamental differences between the two groups of Prokaryotes
Bacterias and Archaes are the two primary groups of Prokaryotes. Though both Bacteria and Archaea are in the same group of Prokaryotes, they are distinct from one another.
The following are the major differences between Archaea and Bacteria
Archaea possess a Pseudopeptidoglycan Cell wall, whereas Bacteria have a Peptidoglycan cell wall.
Archaea have 3 types of RNA but bacteria have only 1 RNA.
Archaes are rigid in nature whereas Bacteria are very fragile.