The Function of Bacterial Endospores Is?

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The primary function of Endospores is for the survival of bacteria in the scarcity of food in the environment in which they breed. Endospores are tough non reproductive and dominant structure produced by bacteria.
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Bacterial endospores serves the survival of the bacteria. The bacteria will change form into an endospore when conditions for survival is unfavorable. In this state they are hardier
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( bak′tir·ē·əl ′en·dō′spör ) (microbiology) A body, resistant to extremes of temperature and to dehydration, produced within
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Most bacteria endospores are non-pathogenic microbes that are no threat to
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A Bacterial cell will make an endospore when it is low on food so it can survive until there is more food available in the environment. An endospore will actually contain all of the
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