Cellular Organization and Behavior in the Archaea domain of life
How the evolution of molecular systems shaped the function and behavior of cells and created the life diversity observed today is still an exciting puzzle. From the apparent simplicity of bacterial cells to the multi-compartmentalized eukaryotes, all these organisms are capable of employing similar molecular components by different mechanisms through different physical and temporal scales to propagate and survive. To understand how such complexity emerged and the mechanisms in which is regulated, we aim to study the cell biology of Archaea.
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