Archaebacteria and eubacteria.
the two main groups of bacteria are archaebacteria and eubacteria.hope this helped!
It is a different name for the kingdom Monera, where all the bacteria is classified in.
Actinobacteria is a large group (phylum) of bacteria each having a specific name.
Actually, most algae is classified in the kingdom Protista. Cyanobacteria (also algae) is classified as a bacteria. Very few organisms that take the common name "algae" are still classified as plants. Response: So, no, algae is not a plant Response: yes
Colony (plural: colonies)
bacteria can be classified into 3 main categories (according to pH): 1-acidophillic 2-neutrophillic 3-basophillic so your question i really generalized, if u need specifics ask for the name of the disease or the name of the bacteria. about the blood part, the blood is slightly alkaline, so most probably all bacteria that live in the blood would be basophillic.
Organisms are classified into kingdoms, phylums, classes, orders, families, genuses, and species. There are several subcategories, such as subspecies. An organism's scientific name is the combination of its genus and subspecies (ex. Puma Concolor, Puma is the genus, concolor is the species).
Nanoarchea is the name of the smallest bacteria:)
The scientific name of bacteria is prokaryote.
That is classified
It is called Entomophobia (also known as insectophobia). It is a specific phobia characterized by an excessive or unrealistic fear of one or more classes of insect, and classified as a phobia.
The name of the bacteria is the parasite
scientific name of bacteria that smells good.
archae is the common name of the domain bacteria
They are classified as either cumulus, stratus or cirrus clouds.
No, it's the name of the kingdom, the bacteria is in.
Christian Gottfried is believed to be the one who gave bacteria their name. She first described bacteria and their shape in 1828.
Name the social classes to which most philosophes belonged?
This type of leprosy is also called the multibacillary (MB) leprosy, because of the presence of large numbers of bacteria.
"Botox" is a trademark brand name for botulinum toxin. It is a protein produced by a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. Bacteria, being prokaryote microorganisms, are not generally classified as "animals".
Markhor is a large species of wild goat that is found in Jammu Kashmir. This species has been classified as endangered.
Bacillus is the name given to rod-shaped bacteria or bacilli.