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Bacteria & Viruses

March 29, 2013


Bacteria represent a large domain of prokaryotic harmful bacteria. Typically very small in length, bacteria have a variety of types, which range from areas to supports and spirals. Parasites were among the first life types to appear on Earth, and are present in most environments on the planet, growing in ground, water, acid hot rises, radioactive waste and deep in the Global brown crust area, as well as in organic matter and the live systems of creatures and plants, providing excellent illustrations of mutualism in the intestinal areas of people, harmful termites.

Viruses are very small creatures that may lead to light to serious diseases in people, creatures and vegetation. This may consist of flu or a cool to something more deadly like HIV/AIDS.

Are viruses alive?

An image displaying the bacteria-blood-infectionViruses by themselves are not in existence. They cannot develop or increase on their own and need to get into a human or animal cell and take over the cell to help them increase. These viruses may also contaminate microbe tissues.

The virus compound or the virions strike the cell and take over its equipment to bring out their own life procedures of multiplication and development. A contaminated cell will generate popular contaminants instead of its regular items.

Difference between virus and bacteria:


1. Bacteria are protected by a cell walls made upon of polysaccharides etc.

2. Cell tissue layer is existing below the cell walls.

3. Cytoplasm is existing.

4. DNA is the inherited material.

5. They synthesize their own proteins.

6. They are residing and display growth and duplication. They increase in air, water, and ground and in residing variety cells.


1. Viruses are protected by a sheath of proteins known as capsid.

2. No cell tissue layer is existing.

3. Cytoplasm is missing.

4. DNA or RNA may be the inherited content.

5. They do not synthesize their own proteins. They get their proteins from variety cell.

6. They display the figures of both residing and non-living and increase only in residing variety.

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