What is a Domain?


A domain is the highest taxonomic rank of all organisms. It is used to classify and group organisms based on shared characteristics and evolutionary history. There are three domains of life: Archaea, Prokaryote and Eukarya. Each domain contains a collection of organisms with similar properties and evolutionary histories, as scientists have organized them.

  • Last Updated Apr 09, 2024
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