Life cycle(s) and Reproduction
Relationship with Humans
Structure & Function
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STRUCTURE and FUNCTION
E. coli are rod-shaped bacterium that has an outer membrane consisting of lipopolysaccharides, inner cytoplasmic membrane, peptidoglycan layer, and an inner, cytoplasmic membrane.
this structure is made of a thick layer of protein and sugar that prevents the cell from bursting.
this structure is made of lipids and proteins and is used to control the movement of molecules in and out the cell.
these particles aid in the production of proteins.
these structures allow and help the eubacteria to attach itself on other surfaces.
these structures are composed of proteins, giving cells the capability to move.
this structure allows bacteria to transport copies of plasmids.
this structure allows the eubacteria to survive during harsh conditions.
this structure contains the DNA for the eubacteria. This structure doesn’t have any membrane-bound structure surrounding
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