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7th Gd. Bact. Quiz

Bacteria Quiz

The 2 kingdoms in bacteria differ in what area? cell wall composition
Who are some members of the Archaebacteria? halophiles, methanogens, thermophiles
What organelle is necessary for protein production in bacteria? ribosome
What are the 3 forms of cells in the Eubacteria? coccus, bacillus, spirillum
A bacteria that is spherical is coccus
A bacteria that is rod shaped is bacillus
A bacteria that is spiral shaped is spirillum
What group of bacteria are autotrophic? (photosynthetic) Cyanobacteria (blue-green bacteria)
What is the major role of bacteria in the environment? decomposers
What is the role of a decomposer in the ecosystems of the earth? to recycle nutrients through the ecosystem
An organism that breaks down the nutrients in dead matter into simpler substances that are taken up by plant roots are called decomposers
Name 3 uses of bacteria in our lives. food production, chemical production, synthesis or antibiotics
The bacteria of harsh environments are the archaebacteria
What is the basic structure of a virus? protein coat surrounding a nucleic acid core
Cholera, tetanus, tooth decay, tuberculosis, Lyme disease, typhoid fever, AIDS, which is not caused by a bacterium? AIDS
Botulism food poisoning, influenza, AIDS, polio, measles, small pox, rabies, which is not caused by a virus? botulism food poisoning
Created by: biobob