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A substance that stimulates the body to produce chemicals that destroy viruses or bacteria is called a(n)
What is a vaccine?
The best treatment for an unknown viral disease is
What is bed rest?
Bacteria that break down large chemicals in dead organisms into small chemicals are called
What are decomposers?
The area inside the cell membrane of a bacterium
What is the cytoplasm?
The chemical factories in cells that produce proteins
What are ribosomes?
The process in Bacteria that produces energy
What is respiration?
To survive in unfavorable conditions bacteria form these
What are endospores?
A whiplike structure that helps a bacterial cell move
What is a flagellum?
Found in the cytoplasm of bacterial cells
What is genetic material?
A process that results in genetically different bacteria
What is conjugation?
An organism that provides energy for a virus
What is a host?
Bacterial diseases are often treated with this method
What are antibiotics?
A virus which becomes part of the host cell’s genetic material
What is a hidden virus?
The major component of viruses
What is protein?
An Illness that passes from one organism to another
What are infectious diseases?
Heterotrophic bacteria obtain food by consuming these
What are autotrophs and other heterotrophs?
A virus though nonliving harms the organism in which they multiply
What is a parasite?
The only characteristic that viruses share with living organisms
What is multiply?
A poison produced by a bacteria that can cause a disease
What is a toxin?
Bacteria which forms on plant roots converts this gas into compounds aiding in plant growth
What is nitrogen gas?
Infectious diseases are spread by contact with contaminated people and objects, with animals and
What are environmental sources?
A virus which infects a specific particular organism
What is a bacteriophage?
A bacteria that survives in the presence of an antibiotic
What is an antibiotic resistant bacteria?
This component of a virus allows a virus to attach to its host
What are proteins?
A characteristic of viruses that makes them useful in gene therapy
What is their ability to enter cells?
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