Thursday, March 1, 2012

Structure of A Bacterial Cell

Animal biology
Bacterial cell
 

Structure of a bacterial cell: unicellular parasite that is neither plant nor animal. It reproduces by scissiparity, and there are a great number of different varieties.
Flagellum: long, mobile filament used by a bacterium for locomotion.
Capsule: membrane covering the bacterium.
Nuclear area: part related to the nucleus of a bacterium.


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