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Asked Oct 22, 2019

list 3 differences in structure in bacterial and fungal cells.

 

how do fungal spores differ from bacterial endospores? 

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Microorganisms include a large family of bacteria, fungi (adult forms) and viruses. These microbes vary from single celled form to colony of cells. They can be either useful, harmful or both. They are well noted for their extreme diversity and the ability to live in extreme conditions ranging from hot deserts to deep sea and also the ability to live in the intestine of animals.

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The three differences between bacterial ...

Bacterial cella
They are usually-single-celled They
(unicellular)
Criteriac
Cellsa
Fungal cella
generally
are
multicellular (with few
exceptions) and live as-
hypha, which-is a-long thin
strand made-up-ofa network
of filaments connecting-
thousands of cells.
They- have organelles and
each organelle has-a specific
job.
Organelles
Well- defined- organelles are
absent.
They are used in- making They are useful in preparing
antibiotics and rot-things
Usesa
beer, bread making and
baking industry.
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Bacterial cella They are usually-single-celled They (unicellular) Criteriac Cellsa Fungal cella generally are multicellular (with few exceptions) and live as- hypha, which-is a-long thin strand made-up-ofa network of filaments connecting- thousands of cells. They- have organelles and each organelle has-a specific job. Organelles Well- defined- organelles are absent. They are used in- making They are useful in preparing antibiotics and rot-things Usesa beer, bread making and baking industry.

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