Presentation on theme: "Bacteria. The bacteria (singular: bacterium) are a large group of unicellular microorganisms."— Presentation transcript:
The bacteria (singular: bacterium) are a large group of unicellular microorganisms.
Bacteria are ubiquitous in every habit on Earth, growing in: 1)Soil
2) Acidic hot springs
3) Radioactive waste
4) Earth’s crust
Information about Bacteria Bacteria are asexual. Bacteria do have a cell-wall made of MUREIN and divide themselves to split up in about 20 minutes. There for organisms can grow extremely rapidly. Bacteria exist since nearly 3.8 billion years. (early evolution) There are 2 types of Bacteria: a) Archaea,the oldest creatures on earth. b) and the normal ones.
Tuberculosis The lungs are the major concerned organs. Also Animals can get Tuberculosis. In 2006 probably 1,5 million people died because of this.
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