What structures are found in E. coli?
Cell membrane, pilli, and ribosomes are common structures found in E. coli. Also, nucleolus and plasmids are found in E. coli.
E. coli and other intestinal bacteria could be transmitted if mom has poor hygiene. E. coli is passed by the fecal-oral route and is in the normal intestinal flora. When E. coli is found in food it generally comes from fecal contamination. What typically makes a person ill is not the bacterial infection but the poisoning from the breakdown of the dead bacteria. If mom has a systemic infection of E. coli, she is at…
Yes, dogs can get both E. coli and Giardia. E. coli is a bacterial infection, typically in the gastrointestinal tract although urinary tract infections and skin infections are not unheard of. Giardia is a protozoal parasite that can be found in water; infections are typically limited to the gastrointestinal tract.
There are several different strains of E. coli, each having about five million (5,000,000) base pairs. For example, uropathogenic E. coli (the one commonly associated with urinary tract infections) has about 5,231,428 base pairs, while E. coli K-12 has 4,639,221. The number of base pairs an organism has in its genes is commonly referred to as genome size. A web search for "genome size E. coli" is how I found these numbers.
The E. coli was first identified in the colon region of large intestine and so it was given the name "coli" (found in colon) they are coliforms. It luxuriously grows in our large intestine and it is an important normal microflora of human. Most strains won't do any harm when present in the intestine. If they enter the blood or other sites of the body, the bacteria can cause infections, including urinary tract infection. E…
Did you mean e. coli? If so then: A bacillus (Escherichia coli) normally found in the human gastrointestinal tract and existing as numerous strains, some of which are responsible for diarrheal diseases. Other strains have been used experimentally in molecular biology. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/escherichia-coli#ixzz1gHlXik37
escherichia is the "E" in E-coli, the symptoms are severe abdominal pain and diarrhea. its a bacterial infection resulting from consuming undercooked meat or unpasturized dairy products ANSWER E coli also live in our digestive tract producing vitamin K and some vitamins B. Some strains of e.coli will give you problems and symptoms described in answer above mine.