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Bacteria and Viruses

What is a vaccine? a fluid containing weakened disease-causing viruses that is injected into the body
What are archaea that can only survive in extreme temperatures called? thermophiles
What are archaea that can survive in the guts of animals called? methanogens
What are archaea that can survive in salty water called? halophiles
What is the correct sequence for a viral infection? attachment, injection, production, assembly, release
What does a vaccine do to your body? stimulates your body to fight future infections
Bacterium that is spherical coccus
Bacterium that is spiral spirillum
Bacterium that is shaped like a rod bacillus
Define Archaea prokaryotic organism that lives in an extreme environment
Define aerobic bacteria that require oxygen to survive
This part of a virus protects the genetic material capsid
A disease causing bacteria pathogen
What structure do both bacteria and viruses have in common? DNA
Created by: jyohn