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Bacteria and virus project

Definition of Bacteria and Virus:Bacteria : that are prokaryotic, single called organisms that do not have a nucleus.Virus: is a microscopic particle that gets inside a cell and after destroys the cell.

3 characteristics and 2 examples of bacteria:Bacteria are 1micrometer wide.Many often cause diseases.Only seen by an power light microscope. E. Colin. HarmfulSalmonella harmful

3 characteristics and 2 examples of virus:Obligate intracellular parasites.Active only inside the cell.Use hosts genetic material. Rables.Pox virus.

Bacteria Reproduction steps:1. The cell grown.2. The DNA is copied and atteched to the cell membrane.3. The DNA and it's copy separate as the cell grows larger. 4. The cell splits in too two new cells, each new cells has a copy of the DNA.

Virus Reproduction steps:1. The viruse finds a host cell and join its self to it.2. The virus enters the cell, or the virus's genetic material injected in to the cell.3. Once the virus's genetics are inside, they take over the direction of the host cell and turn it to a virus factory.4. The new viruses break out of the host cell, which kills the host cell. The cycle begins again.

Symptoms about Ebola: Signs and symptoms typically start between 2 days and 3weeks after contracting the virus as a fever, sore throat, muscle pain, and headaches. Then also like diarrhea and rushes.

2 additional facts about Ebola: 1. The Ebola spreads by direct contact with blood, body fluids, or other animals. 2. The Ebola virus is Not spread through:Casual contact.Air.Water.Or food that grown or legally purchased in the U.S.

By: Maelie Fowler 7grade12-13-14


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