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Bacteria Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Bacteria prokaryotes that do not contain a nucleus
Cytoplasim region inside the memebrain which contains a jelly like fluid
Ribosome region inside the cytoplasm where proteins are are produced
Fagellum long whip like structure that helps the cell move
Cellular respiration process of breaking down food to release energy
Binary fission when bacteria reproduces asexually when a cell splits into two
Conjugation when bacteria reproduces sexually by transferring some genetic material into another bacteria
Endospore small rounded thick walled resting cell that forms inside a bacteria cell
Pasterization when food is heating enough to kill all bacteria
Decomposers organisms that break down large complex chemicals into small simple chemicals
Created by: Acampbell!