What Part of bacteria cell that helps it move?
The part of the bacteria cell that helps it move is the flagella
The two functions of the cytoskeleton is it helps the cell maintain its shape and it helps the cell move The cytoskeleton is a web of proteins inside the cell. It acts as both a skeleton and a muscle. The cytoskeleton helps the cell keep its shape. It also helps some cells, such as bacteria, to move.
Bacteria are unicellular organisms that have a cell wall but do not have a nucleus. They have DNA material that are of two types - plasmids and chromosomal. Chromosomal DNA have genetic information and the plasmids have extra information that gives the bacteria genetic advantage such as antibiotic resistance. Some bacteria have a whip like flagellum that helps the bacteria to move along.