They are also known to have flourished in manned spacecraft. ... the human flora
as there are human cells in the body, with the largest number of the human flora
being ... The vast majority of the b...
Bacteria reproduce by asexual means. A single bacterium replicates its
chromosome creating 2 copies. It then divides into two identical daughter cells.
Are there 5 ways bacteria can enter the human body? yes they can be ingested
via digest tract, inhaled whilst breathing passed on through direct contact ...
Although they include such deadly diseases as plague, tuberculosis, and cholera
, ... In the human body, bacteria help keep the digestive tract working properly. ...
Unlike viruses, most bacteria are complete cells that can reproduce on their own
Fission: A form of reproduction in which a single cell divides to form two new cells
. ... Bacteria can also be classified according to the effects they have on human
life. ... live on the human skin, but cause no harm unless they are able to enter the
Many human illnesses are caused by infection with either pathogenic ... body.
Bacteria reproduce by splitting in two, while viruses replicate themselves inside
host cells. ... They are among the most successful life forms on the planet, and
range in habitat from ice slopes to deserts. ... How bacteria and viruses enter the
They are among the smallest living things. ... The bacteria enter a human being's
body through its natural openings, such as the nose or mouth, ... For example, if
bacteria in the throat reproduce faster than the body can dispose of them, ...
Viral or Bacterial Infection - Inside your body there is a mechanism designed to ...
They are perhaps 1/100th the size of a human cell and might measure 1 ... to eat
and reproduce - they are sort of like fish swimming in the ocean of your body.
They grow on and in other bacteria, worms, insects, plants, animals, and people.
... A colored transmission electron micrograph of Streptococcus bacteria attached
to a human tonsil cell. Growth and Reproduction ... allow small molecules (sugars
, peptides, salts) to enter the area between the two membranes (the periplasm).
www.bio.davidson.edu/people/sosarafova/assets/bio307/emrivard/Pathogen Life Cycle.html
Unlike most bacteria, M. tuberculosis can reproduce with in the phagocytic ... In
fact, the bacteria will only grow in a warm host (typically human), but can ...
Growth slows because as the bacteria reproduce, they kill all the surrounding
nonactivated ... Secondary lesion can develop almost anywhere within the body,
but are ...