What Do You Know About General Characters Of Bacteria?


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A bacterium consists of a thinly grainy accumulation of protoplasm, together with this in a slim jellylike cover. Many shapes are motile—a few in asset of well thread-like flagella and others during contractility of the protoplasm. The large mass increase by easy fission, every close relative cubicle giving increase to two daughter cubicles, and this procedure goes on by means of unexpected speed. Other diversity, chiefly bacilli, is spread by the configuration of spores. A spore is a miniature accumulation of protoplasm bounded by a thick, hard casing, developed in the center of the close relative cubicle. Spores are amazing for their stubbornness of life, and for the confrontation they present to the act of warm and substance germicides.

Germs are mainly expediently secret according to their form. Hence we be familiar with those that are spherical—coccid, those that look like a bar—bacilli, the twisting or curly shapes—spirally.

Coccid or micrococcus is miniature surrounding bodies, averaging concerning 1 in width. The vast bulks are non-motile. They increase by fission; and when they split in such a manner that the resultant cubicles stay in pairs, are called diplococcic, of which the germs of gonorrhea and pneumonia. When they split erratically, and shape grape-like groups, they are recognized as staphylococci, and to this diversity the commonest phylogenic or pus-forming organisms. When separation takes place just in one bloc, so that extended manacles are shaped, the word streptococcus is practical.
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Kk polly answered

I read somewhere that If your Betta fish has bacteria, you're supposed to cool the water temperature to 74 degrees. And to 84 degrees for fungus. Or maybe it's the other way around. :)

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