· No growth and development.
· 10,000 times smaller than bacteria.
· No Cytoplasm or Nucleus.
· If not treated then will cause more threatening infections.
· 6 kingdoms
These are the good side of the notes that i took from the 3 powerpoints that i looked out and researched. Unfortunately these powerpoints were unable for me to find when i went back and spent 35 minutes trying to find the powerpoints. In my opinion the powerpoint about the viruses showed the best information cleary and in a better teaching way. Kind of revising my notes they say that bacteria has 6 kingdoms. Pilli, DNA, Ribosomes, Plasma Membrane, Cell Wall, and Flagellum. These are all pretty much the characteristics of all bacteria. However, there are 3 main shapes of bacteria. The first shape is a round or circle "ball" looking shape called a cocci. The second shape is more of a rod shaped figure called bacilli. The last main shape of bacteria is more of a spiral looking shape that propels itself by twitching it's body and moving like that. This is called Spirilla. These are the shapes of all bacteria but there is also something that forms itself when the bacteria is in harsh surroundings or when its cole or warm. This is called a endosphere. It is probably the main reason why cells can stay alive and reproduce as many and as fast as it can.
The second revisation of my article is on the Virus section of my notes