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single-celled organisms that are prokaryotes. Bacteria
the region inside the cell membrane. Cytoplasm
located in the cytoplasm, these are tiny structures. ribosomes
small whip like structure that helps a cell to move. flagellum
He was a Dutch merchant who first discovered bacteria in the late 1600's . Anton von Leeuwenhoek
The process of breaking down food to release energy. cellular respirsation
one cell divides to form two identical cells. binary fisssion
during conjugation, one bacterium transfers some of its genetic material into another bacterium through a thin, threadlike bridge. conjugation
a small rounded, thick-walled resting cell that forms inside a bacterial cell. endospore
during pasteurization, the food is heated to a temperature that is high enough to kill most harmful bacteria without changing the taste of the food. pasteurization
organisms that break down large, complex chemicals in dead organisms into small, simple chemicals. decomposers
Created by: PaigeHeppard