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cells can either be eukaryotic cells or ______ prokayotic
What are the shapes of bacteria? Bacteria can either be round, rod-shaped or spiral shaped
Rod shaped bacteria are also known as bacilli or bacillus
spiral shaped bacteria are also known as spirochetes, spirilla or spirillum
Bacteria cytoplasm is bonded by a lipid bilayer
what is the function of the cell wall create support
The cell wall is made up of a peptidoglycan
what is the function of a peptidoglycan Peptidoglycan gives the cell wall structure and strength
Where is the peptidoglycan found? It is present in both gram positive and gram negative
Peptidoglycan is made up of sugar and amino acids in a cross linked chain
What does antibiotics target the cell wall
what are gram negative bacterias they are bacteria that have a thicker peptidoglycan layer of the cell wall
how do gram negative bacteria stain they stain pink
what are gram bacterias have cell wall that is thick and resists penetration, and stains purple
what does the periplastic space contain contain enzymes that degrade antibiotics
what are endotoxins Endotoxins are components of the outer membrane of Gram negative bacteria
Are endotoxins poisonous or not They tend to be poisonous
how do endotoxins react in the body They cause the immune system to react when they are present in the body
where are exotoxins found They are found in gram positive and gram negative bacterias
what are some of the diseases they cause botulism and tetanus

cells can either be eukaryotic cells or ______

What are the shapes of bacteria?

Rod shaped bacteria are also known as

spiral shaped bacteria are also known as

Bacteria cytoplasm is bonded by

what is the function of the cell wall

The cell wall is made up of a

what is the function of a peptidoglycan

Where is the peptidoglycan found?

Peptidoglycan is made up of

What does antibiotics target

what are gram negative bacterias

how do gram negative bacteria stain

what are gram bacterias

what does the periplastic space contain

what are endotoxins

Are endotoxins poisonous or not

how do endotoxins react in the body

where are exotoxins found

what are some of the diseases they cause

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