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yeah, viruses are smaller then bacteria . both of these are small and cannot be spotted by the naked eye. bacteria - they are single-celled organisms that can replicate thems…elves (duplicate themselves) viruses - in contrast, contain a piece of genetic material that is encapsulated by a protein coat (protected by a protein coat).
no bacteria is larger than viruses
yes a virus is way smaller
In this case, bacteria can grow more and divide into more organisms, but fungus, however, can grow into mushrooms that are bigger than organisms. so in opinion, it … is fungus.
I wouldn't call bacteriophages parasites, but yes they are viruses which infect bacteria.
No, viruses are not cells but pieces of genetic code such as RNA or DNA enclosed in a capsule.
the answer is false
Fungi are biggest as they have much longer cell structures than both bacteria and viruses. Bacteria are 2nd largest and viruses smallest.
Bacteria and viruses can breed. i.e. When bacteria breeds, they form large colonies visible to the naked eye When viruses breed, they become more deadly or mutate but ar…e still virtually invisible to the naked eye.
there are some bacteria that approach the size of larger viruses but, viruses are smaller than bacteria
They are very small and can be considered ultramicroscopic. We were not able to see them with the best light microscopes as we could bacteria (prokaryotes). We have to use an …electron microscope to see them as they are that small. This was not available until recently.
I do not know about Native Americans, but I do know that a clan is a part of a tribe in Africa so I would say that a tribe is bigger than a clan. A tribe is actually a group o…f clans.
Is this true or false Bacteria respond better to medications that attempt to eradicate the contagious illness than viruses do?
That is true. Bacteria respond to medications (antibiotics) and viruses do not.