Bacteria

A single cell microscopic organism.

Bacteria

(Singular: bacterium) Microscopic living organisms that can aid in pollution control by metabolizing organic matter in sewage, oil spills or other pollutants. However, bacteria in soil, water or air can also cause human, animal and plant health problems.

bacteria

(Life processes and cells) single-celled micro-organisms, some of which are pathogenic in humans, animals and plants. Singular is bacterium

Bacteria

Firmicutes (low-G+C) Tenericutes (no wall) Fibrobacteres–Chlorobi/Bacteroidetes (FCB group) Planctomycetes–Verrucomicrobia/Chlamydiae (PVC group) Spirochaetes Bacteria (ə; singular: bacterium) constitute a large domain of prokaryotic microorganisms. Typically a few micrometres in length, bacteria have a number of shapes, ranging from spheres ...
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Bacteria

Ubiquitous one-celled organisms, which are involved in fermentation. In the sausage curing process, bacteria are imperative. They promote acidification, the advancement of flavor, and fermentation
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Bacteria

• (n.p.) See Bacterium. • (pl. ) of Bacterium
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bacteria

<microbiology> One of the two major classes of prokaryotic organism (the other being the Cyanobacteria). Bacteria are small (linear dimensions of around 1 m), noncompartmentalised, with circular DNA and ribosomes of 70S. ... Protein synthesis differs from that of eukaryotes and many antibacterial antibiotics interfere with protein synthesis, ...
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Bacteria

(bak-tēr´e-ә) in the three-domain system of classification, one of the two large divisions into which prokaryotes are grouped. They are genetically distinct from the Archaea. They are made up of a large number of single-celled microorganisms that commonly multiply by cell division (fission) and whose cell is ...
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bacteria

(bak-tēr´e-ә) plural of bacterium.
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bacteria

(plural form of bacterium) a large group of one-celled microorganisms; some species cause diseases such as pneumonia
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Bacteria

(Singular bacterium) Microscopic living organisms that can aid in pollution control by metabolizing organic matter in sewage, oil spills or other pollutants. However, bacteria in soil, water or air can also cause human, animal and plant health problems.
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bacteria

bacterium noun (microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission; important as pathogens and for biochemical properties; taxonomy is difficult; often considered plants
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Bacteria

Bac·te'ri·a noun plural See Bacterium .
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Bacteria

A group of small living organisms made of just one cell.
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bacteria

A large group of single-cell microorganisms. Some cause infections and disease in animals and humans. The singular of bacteria is bacterium.
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Bacteria

A parasitic micro organism which causes disease.
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bacteria

a single-celled microorganism that lacks a nucleus
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bacteria

any of a group of microscopic single-celled organisms that live in enormous numbers in almost every environment on the surface of Earth, from ... [72 related articles]
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bacteria

any of numerous unicellular microorganisms of the class Schizomycetes, occurring in a wide variety of forms, existing either as free-living organisms or parasites, and having a wide range of biochemical, often pathogenic properties. Some bacteria are capa
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bacteria

any of numerous unicellular microorganisms of the class Schizomycetes, occurring in a wide variety of forms, existing either as free-living organisms or parasites, and having a wide range of biochemical, often pathogenic properties. Some bacteria are capable of causing human, animal or plant diseases; others are essential in pollution control becau...
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Bacteria

Any of the unicellular prokaryotic microorganisms, which vary in terms of morphology, oxygen and nutritional requirements, and motility, and may be free-living, saprophytic, or pathogenic in organisms.
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Bacteria

Any one of a group of very small living things. Bacteria are so small that they can only be seen through a microscope. Some kinds of bacteria cause disease. Others do useful things, like making soil richer.
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Bacteria

Bacteria are a diverse group of ubiquitous micro organisms all of which consist of only a single cell that lacks a distinct nuclear membrane and has a cell wall of a unique composition.
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Bacteria

Bacteria are microscopic, single-celled organisms that have a cell wall and a specific shape depending on the type of bacteria. Bacteria have no easily identifiable nucleus. There are many types of bacteria, and although many are harmful to humans there are some that actually help.
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Bacteria

Bacteria are tiny, single-celled organisms that live in the body. Some can cause illness and disease and some others are good for you.
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