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Bacteria

Parent Category: Microbiology
Bacteria are a large domain of single-celled, prokaryote microorganisms. Typically a few micrometres in length, bacteria have a wide range of shapes, ranging from spheres to rods and spirals.
Well some bacteria have cells in them and their are good and bad  bacteria
Bacteria changes the desingned absorb light and change the chemical energy.
Bacteria are important for more than two reasons but two of these  reasons are:   1. They are decomposers - they break down the chemical molecules of  dead organisms. This releases the nutrients or chemicals from that  organism's body back into the environment so it can be reused.   2. They...
Listeria is a harmful bacterium that can be found in refrigerated,  ready-to-eat foods (meat, poultry, seafood, and dairy -  unpasteurized milk and milk products or foods made with  unpasteurized milk), and produce harvested from soil contaminated  with L. monocytogenes.
Most bacteria divides itself by cloning itself in the body cells. This process is called binary fission.
H2S Green and purple bacteria carry out anoxygenic photosynthesis, using reduced molecules other than water, as an electron source for the generation of NADH and NADPH- Purple sulfur bacteria use reduced sulfur compounds as electron sources and accumulate sulfur granules within their cell- Green...
One way that they help is by helping us digest our food. We have what are called intestinal flora, a group of many different bacteria in our digestive system that help us by breaking down food particles so we can absorb them better. One kind of helpful bacteria is called acidophilous and it can be...
The typical treatment for bordatella pertussis are the macrolides,such as azithromycin and erythromycin.
Most bacteria cannot survive high temperatures for a sustained period of time
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1) They successfully out-compete harmful bacteria - no room for the wicked- ; 2)
A halophile is a type of archeabacteria, this peticular species thrives in salty sollutions there for it is found in places such as the dead see and the great salt lake. Halophile acutally means "salt-lover" in greek. While many other organisms, being placed in such a hypertonic sollution, would go...
5   Iron Oxidizing Bacteria    Sulfur Oxidizing Bacteria    Sulfur Reducing Bacteria    Infections    Coliform Bacteria
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The answer, right from my Medical Assisting textbook: Bacilli. Kinda sounds like a type of pasta LOL.
The importance of washing your hands before handling food is to  stop harmful bacteria from spreading and growing which can cause  diseases. Hands can easily spread bacteria around the kitchen and  onto food. Wash your hands with soap and warm water not only before  touching food but also after...
you get rid of bacteria by the antibodies in your blood
Spirilla is the plural of spirillum, which is a bacterium. Spirilla  has a spiral shaped cell body and is an aerobic bacteria.
Clorox wipes smell better, so that makes them better.
Cream, oysters, basically anything with too much fat (saturated fat), sugar or salt.
no they can't but they can catch rabies
All bacteria are unicellular
Because when we read absorbance, it's the amount of light absorbed  by the bacteria itself. Absorbance is directly related to the  amount of bacteria. More absorbance = more bacteria.
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Yes.It infects fungi,plants,animals and bacterias
Sure, you can get rid of lactobacillus, but that often results inproblems like bacterial vaginosis.
No, just archaebacteria
F. Grifth.Incineration is a well known process used for sterlization .
Most people would think bacteria in or on food can only be harmful. True, food poisoning caused by bacteria and their products is a serious problem, and how to ensure food safety is treated in a different exhibit. However, certain bacteria are safe in food, and are required for the desired taste and...
coliform ferment lactose and are non pathogenic, non-coliform do not ferment lactose and are pathogenic (true pathogens)
Group A beta strep are responsible for strep throat, most commonly.
nope. just fatty acids and a few other things
Answer:We could not live without the protective bacteria on our bodies and in our bodies. We have over 50,000 bacteria per square inch on our skin and if you use a scrub brush to wash the skin, you can remove this protective bacteria and skin disease will follow. Our stomach used bacteria to digest...
No. Only a nuclear reaction can change oxygen into nitrogen, and bacteria are not capable of such reactions.
1 Provide at least two reasons to classify bacteria.
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Streptococcus consists of chains of cocci, or round bacteria.Spirochetes are spiral shaped bacteria. Diplococci such asNeisseria gonorrhea are doubled cocci.
The symptoms of bacterial vaginosis are a milky white dischargewith a fishy odor that is worse with soap or semen.
Prokaryote archaeabacterial extremophile. Salt tolerance in this one.
it is helpful through the study of health and medicines
The ubiquity of bacteria refers to the theory that bacteria is EVERYWHERE. It occupies the surface of almost everything, including our skin.
Bacteria can live and grow without thiamine. They do, however, need  water, iron, phosphate, and a nitrogen source.
E coli is a normal part of your bacterial flora. It lives in yourcolon.
No, it's the name of the kingdom, the bacteria is in.
Yes, bacteria do have flagella. A flagella is whiplike projection on the surface of the bacterial cell, which makes/helps the bacteria to move.
mutualism because the bacteria gets food and the human gets to decompose of certain foods
Yes, teichoic acids are bacterial cell wall polysaccharides.
FLAGELLATE BACTERIA: Escherichia coliVibrio choleraeSalmonella entericaHelicobater pyloriPseudomonas aeruginosa
Irradiation Is a process that uses gamma rays to eliminate harmfulbacteria in meat and poultry.
They eat decomposing wastes algi fungi and other things such as dead skin cells and hair. And they use extra-cellular digestion where the bacterium releases enzymes that break down the food so they can pass through the cell, they have no mouth so they use a process called osmosis to break down and...
Red blood cells and many white blood cells are made in bone marrow. (Some types of White blood cells are made in the spleen, live and lymph glands.)
yes, there are bacteria called flora normally colonized on the skin. Skin flora are usually non-pathogenic. One of the benefits of bacteria (flora) can offer preventing transient pathogenic organisms from colonizing the skin surface.
No. Cyanobacteria produce oxygen.
Bacteria can get on food in loads of ways such as soil, raw meat, decay, dead skin cells, fingernails, unclean equipment. As soon as you pick a vegetable or fruit from where is is growing then i starts to die, Take strawberries they taste great just picked, leave for a few days and they are...
Bacteria can eat your cells from the inside out or outside in or attach themselves to cells by their pili
Bacteria usually respirate gases through their cell walls into the surrounding environment.
UHT milk goes through a very high heat treatment compared to  pasteurisation. The goal of pasteurisation is to reduce bacteria  and kill of any pathogens in the milk. This is achieved at  relatively low temperature (72°C for 15 seconds).   UHT (Ultra Hight Temperature) kills off all bacteria...
By Spirochaetes, a helical bacteria which have a specializedinternal structure known as the axial filament which is responsiblefor rotation of the cell in a spiral fashion and consequentlocomotion, sort of like a corkscrew motion. Credit: MicrobiologyBytes, Bacterial Mobility
It is a false assumption that  Oregano oil kills  good bacteria.  Oregano oil does kill pathogens but it feeds beneficial  bacteria.    Try this simple experiment to confirm for yourself the amazing  intelligence of  Oregano oil to discern between harmful and beneficial micro ...
very close to that of water!
urine is sterile so the answer would be: there are no bacteria in urine
There are sexually transmitted bacterial infections, but there are  also bacterial infections that are not sexually transmitted/.
E. coli bacteria can live outside of the body for long durations of  time. This is especially true when there are conditions available  that allow for these organisms to eat and multiply.
kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
Bacterial genomes are termed as chromatid in contrast to complex  chromosome structures of eukaryotes
In 6 months 1,459 bacteria's can grow in your hands..
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Usually means a urinary tract infection.