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Bacterium is the singular word.

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No, it is a plural. The singular is bacterium.


Singular word for bacteria?

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What is the singular form for bacteria?

The singular form of the word "bacteria" is "bacterium".


Is bacteria a singular word?

Bacteria is the plural form of bacterium.


Is bacterium singular or plural?

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Is bacterium one or many cells?

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Is bacterium plural?

No. Bacterium is singular. The plural of bacterium is bacteria.


Is bacteria singular plural or both?

Apparently, the singular form of bacteria is bacterium, but you can use the word bacteria for singular, too, and no one will correct you. If you are in science class or something, ifyou want to use a word other than bacteria for singular, then bacterium is the word to use. But you can't just use bacteria for singular all over the place and then put bacterium, you could confuse some people.So the final answer is: Bacteria is singular and plural at the same time, though bacterium works for singular as well.I hope I helped & good luck w/ your project or whatever you need this for!


The singular of bacteria is?

The singular form is... bacterium.


Is Bacteria plural and singular?

Techincally, bacteria is plural. Bacterium is the singular. The reality of contemporary usage is that most people are unfamiliar with the word "bacterium" and use bacteria for both the singular and plural. However, you should try to avoid using bacteria as a singular in formal communication.


What is the singular of bacteria?

Bacterium


Singular of bacteria?

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Singular for bacteria?

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Is the word bacteria plural?

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What is the difference between bacteria and bacterium?

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Is bacteria the same as bacterium?

Yes, bacteria is the plural form and bacterium is the singular form.


Are bacteria same as bacterium?

biologically yes, grammatically no. Bacterium is the singular form of bacteria.


What is the singular name for bacteria?

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What is the singular of the word bacteria?

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What is the plural of Bacteria?

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What is the plural form of bacteria?

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What is the plural for bacteria?

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