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Bacteria & Viruses

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by jonahs5
Last updated 2 years ago

Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Cell Biology
Grade:
8,9,10,11

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Symptoms: Runny noseSore throatNasal congestionSneezingCoughingMuscle achesFatigueMalaiseHeadachesMuscle weaknessLoss of appetite Facts ~There are 99 types of this virus that we know of.~One of the smallest known viruses.

1. The cell grows. 2. The DNA is copied and attached to the cell membrane. 3. The DNA and its copy separate as the cell grows larger. 4. The cell splits in two. Each new cell has a copy of the DNA.

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Bacteria: small living organisms that can live almost everywhere Viruses: non living organisms that attack themselves to a host cell to reproduce

Bacteria are normally single-celled, prokaryotic, and can live in harsh conditions. (Examples: E. coli, Salmonella) Viruses are non living, attach themselves to a host cell, and none are helpful in any way. (Examples: Ebola, HIV)

Rhinovirus

Binary Fission

1. The virus finds and joins itself to a host cell. 2. The virus enters the cell, or the genetic material is injected into the cell. 3. Once the virus's genes are inside, they take over the direction of the host cell and turn it into a virus factory. 4. The new viruses break out of the host cell, which kills the host cell. The cycle begins again.

Lytic Cycle


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