7th - 9th grade
How are bacterial cells different from the cells of eukaryotes?
How is bacteria helpful?
Tiny structures that produce proteins inside bacteria
A process by which bacteria reproduce asexually
Organisms that break down food large, complex chemicals in dead organisms into small, simple chemicals
The region inside the cell membrane of a bacterium
A process by which bacteria reproduce sexually
Tiny single-celled organisms that live almost everywhere
A method of slowing down food spoilage
The process of breaking down food to release energy
A small, rounded, thick-walled resting cell inside a bacterial cell
A whip-like structure that helps a bacterial cell to move