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What do helpful bacteria eat?
algae
why do cities put bacteria in sewers? wah
To help break down material
What bacteria acts as a decomposer?
Eubacteria
what are three types of harmful bacteria?
spirilla
bacilli
cocci
what are three types of harmful bacteria?
spirilla
bacilli
cocci
Two organisms of the Monerans are
Archaea and
Cyanobacteria
Monerans lack (do not have) a ________.
Nucleus
How many cells does a moneran have?
one
Cyanobacteria help fertilize what?
a. corn and potatoes
b. tomatoes and peppers
c. rice and beans
d. squash and pickles
a. corn and potatoes
define bacteria
m
A grooooup of animal plants or organisms
Colony
a resistant one-organed cell with a thick wall that shields the organism
endospore
process of heating to a high enough time to destroy harmful bacteria
pasteurization
the study of bacteria
bacteriology
the use of biological processes orliving microorganisms to make
valuable chemicals
biotechnology
name two types of bacteria based on their response to oxygen
anaerobic

aerobic
type of bacteria that thrives on oxygen (needs oxygen to live)
aerobic
type of bacteria that thrives without oxygen
anaerobic
how would you describe the size of bacteria
microscopic
do bacteria have a nucleus?
no
Do bacteria have a nucleus?
no
what part of the bacteria helps them beat their way through water?
flagella
an outside protective layer found usually found on desease causing bacteria
capsul
scud layer which usually gives bacteria additional durability and shape>
cell wall
gel like material inside cell that protects parts and helps materials around the cell
cytoplasm
what parts of the cell are genetic material that controls the function of the genes of the organisms
DNA
permeabler mmembrane that has a variety of functions, including bringing chemicals of the cell.
cell membrane
a gel-like material inside cell that protects parts and helps material around the cell
cytoplasm
makes various proteein
DNA
who was the scientist who discovered bacteria cause diseases
Louis Pasteur
a bacteria found by Louis pasteur
streptococcus