Difference between revisions of "Domain (biology)"

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A '''domain''' is the highest taxonomic rank used to classify organisms.  Taxonomists currently recognize three domains of life, [[prokaryote|prokarya]] (also called ''bacteria''), [[archaea]], and [[eukaryote|eukarya]].
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A '''domain''' is the highest taxonomic rank used to classify organisms.  Taxonomists currently recognize three domains of life, [[bacteria]], [[archaea]], and [[eukaryote|eukarya]].

Revision as of 02:49, 26 January 2013

A domain is the highest taxonomic rank used to classify organisms. Taxonomists currently recognize three domains of life, bacteria, archaea, and eukarya.