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Which are one- celled organisms?
a) Endospore b) Plants c) Bacteria d) Protein
An example of a helpful bacteria is _________________.
a) Cells b) Cytoplasm c) Pathogens d) Nitrogen Fixing
An example of a harmful bacteria are _________________.
a) Cheese b) Pathogens c) Antibotics d) Immunizations
The difference between Archaebacteria and Eubacteria is ____________________.
a) Eubacteria is full of disease b) Archaebacteria is microscopic c) Archaebacteria has a cell wall d) Eubacteria must attach to a host
The Lytic Cycle is the process of _____________________.
a) Bacterial Reproduction b) Vaccination c) Transportation d) Viral Reproduction
______________ attach themselves to the host cell in order to reproduce.
a) Viruses b) Nitrogen c) Infections d) Membranes
It is important to get vaccinated every year because _____________ can change from year to year.
a) doctor b) amount of vaccination c) the virus strand d) disease
An endospore is a protective membrane which allows a cell to remain _____________________.
a) active until they die b) inactive until they reproduce c) active until the infection goes away d) inactive until the conditions are favorable
An ____________________ cures a bacteria infection, they do not heal them
a) antibiotic b) endospore c) virus d) living organism
An ________________is when an outbreak caused by a bacteria or virus and thousands of people die.
a) plague b) flu c) pathogen d) epidemic
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