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Raczkowski- Bacteria

Raczkowski- Bacteria and Viruses

Bacteria reproduce by Binary fission
The Dead Sea has a high level of ______ salt
Rod-shaped bacteria are bacilli
Are bacteria single-celled or multi-celled? single-celled
Do bacteria have a nucleus? No, bacteria do not have a nucleus
Name the three common shapes of bacteria cocci, spirilla, bacilli
How do viruses reproduce? Only within a host cell
A cell with no nucleus is called ____. prokaryote
How does a bacterium survive boiling, freezing, and extremely dry environments? by becoming an endospore
(Decomposer, parasites or producers) feed on dead organic matter? decomposers
_____ surrounds viruses and enclose genetic material a protein coat
What is the Hippocratic Oath? an oath doctors take in which they pledge to do no harm and prescribe regimens for the good of their patients.
Four steps in the lytic cycle are: 1. Virus enters host cell 2. Virus releases genes in to the host cell 3. The host cell makes more viral genes, and new proteins are made to make coats for the new viruses 4. The host cell is destroyed. The viruses move to infect other cells
Bacteria or Virus- which is smaller? Virus
Bacteria or Virus- which kills its host cell? Virus
Bacteria or Virus- which is a methane maker? bacteria
Bacteria or Virus- which has the Latin origin meaning poison? Virus
Bacteria or Virus- which splits it cell in two? bacteria
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