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Biology Ch 14.3

Ch.14 vocab

Ribozyme a type of RNA that can act as an enzyme
Archaea in modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of prokaryotes that can live in extreme environments; differentiated from other prokaryotes by various important chemical differences; this domain aligns with the traditional kingdom archaebacterial
Chemosynthesis the production of carbohydrates through the use of energy from inorganic molecules instead of light
Cyanobacteria a group of bacteria that can carry out photosynthesis; formerly called blue green algae
Ozone a gas molecule that is made up of three oxygen atoms
Endosymbiosis a mutually beneficial relationship in which one organism lives within another: a theory that eukaryotic cells originated through endosymbiotic relationships between ancient prokaryotic cells
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