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Blume Ch 7.1

Many bacteria that live in moist conditions also have whip-like tails called _____. flagella
An organism that uses oxygen when breaking down food is called an _____. aerobe
This is the process that produces two new cells with genetic material identical to each other and that of the original cell. It is the simplest form of asexual reproduction. fission
An organism that is adapted to live without oxygen is called an _______. anaerobe
Bacteria are classified into two kingdoms. This is the larger of the two kingdoms. eubacteria
This is one of the kingdoms that bacteria are sorted into. They are often found in extreme conditions. It is the smaller of the two kingdoms. archaebacteria
This bacteria is part of the producer eubacteria. These bacteria make their own food using carbon dioxide, water, and energy from sunlight. They also produce oxygen as a waste. They contain chlorophyll and another pigment that is blue. cyanobacteria
Created by: tblume