Microbial Biology: Microbiology's Scarred Revolutionary

  title={Microbial Biology: Microbiology's Scarred Revolutionary},
  author={V. Morell},
  pages={699 - 702}
Carl Woese started a scientific revolution--and paid a price. Twenty years ago, the University of Illinois evolutionist announced that the Archaea--a group of one-celled organisms--are so different from all other living things, including bacteria, that they belong in a separate domain of life. Far from being just one of life9s five major kingdoms, microbes are actually two of its three broad domains: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya (which includes all multicellular organisms, from plants to… Expand
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