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Science

Bacteria

QuestionAnswer
Some bacteria ______ other organisms or the food of those organisms? eat
Tiny structures called ________ produce proteins inside bacteria ribosomes
What do scientists use to make medicine bacteria
Autotrophic bacteria release what into the air oxygen
______________ is a method of slowing down food spoilages? pasteurization
(T or F) bacteria are eukaryotes. False
( t or f) bacteria live in almost everywhere excluding in the ocean and in the human body. false
(t or f) some bacteria get energy by eating other organisms . True
All bacteria asexually reproduce bacteria (t or f) False
(t or f) most bacteria are harmless or helpful to people. True
Where does the genetic material located in a bacterial cell. It is in the cytoplasm, and it floats freely.
Created by: maryregan