Asked in Biology, Botany or Plant Biology, Genetics
Are yeast cells plant or animal cells?
well yeast is a bacteria, so im guessing it would be an animal cell. No, this is wrong! There are 3 types of micro-organism - Virus, bacteria and fungi. Yeast is a fungi. Yeast cells have many organelles in common with both animal and plant cells but it is very difficult to assign one or the other to a yeast cell. ...
Can you have a urinary tract infection if test results came back negative for yeast and bacteria?
Yes. There are three organisms that cause infection: fungi, bacteria, and viruses. If tests show negative for bacteria and fungi, a virus is always possible. ...
What are the differences between bacteria fungi and virus?
Covered by-- Virus is covered by protein coat Bacteria is covered by cell wall Fungi is covered by a cell wall Cell Membrane-- Virus-No Bacteria-Yes Fungi-Yes Cytoplasm-- Virus-No Bacteria-Yes Fungi-Yes Genetic Material-- Virus has DNA or RNA; only a few genes present Bacteria has DNA and RNA both' enough for several hundres genes Fungi is a Eukaryotic carrying definite nucleus with enough genes Living or Non-Living-- Virus- non-living outside host cell Bacteria- living Fungi- living Size-- Virus- 30-300nanometer Bacteria- 0.1-10micrometer Fungi- macroscopic(exception yeast) Useful or Harmful-- Virus- harmful(exception biological control) Bacteria- useful in producing antibyotics Fungi- useful Parasatic or Sacrophytic-- Virus- parasatic or pathogenic Bacteria- pathogen as...
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
What cell is bigger a virus cell a bacteria cell or a yeast cell?
The biggest of the three is the yeast cell, then bacteria, then virus cell. Virus cells are incredibly minute compared to most cells ...
Asked in Breads
Is bread made with the help of bacteria and fungi?
No. The micro-organism that helps in making bread is yeast, which is a separate category of organism from bacteria or fungi. ...