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Viruses vs. Bacteria Compare / Contrast
Viruses: – Not a kingdom Bacteria:
Viruses: – Not a kingdom Bacteria: – 2 kingdoms
Viruses: – Not a kingdom – Not alive Bacteria: – 2 kingdoms
Viruses: – Not a kingdom – Not alive Bacteria: – 2 kingdoms – Alive
Viruses: – Not a kingdom – Not alive – Smaller than a cell Bacteria: – 2 kingdoms – Alive
Viruses: – Not a kingdom – Not alive – Smaller than a cell Bacteria: – 2 kingdoms – Alive – Is a cell
Viruses: – Can’t reproduce on its own Bacteria:
Viruses: – Can’t reproduce on its own Bacteria: – Can reproduce on its own
Viruses: – Can’t reproduce on its own – Not a microorganism Bacteria: – Can reproduce on its own
Viruses: – Can’t reproduce on its own – Not a microorganism Bacteria: – Can reproduce on its own – Microorganism
Viruses: – Can cause disease Bacteria:
Viruses: – Can cause disease Bacteria: – Can cause disease
Viruses: – Can cause disease – Not helpful Bacteria: – Can cause disease
Viruses: – Can cause disease – Not helpful Bacteria: – Can cause disease – Can be very helpful
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