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Organic Listing Variations
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bacterial morphology
Mar 8, 2005 ... Each cell will start growing into a colony. The morphology (shape, color, shine, etc.) is often characteristic of the bacterial family or ...
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bacterial morphology
Mar 8, 2005 ... Listed below are the best picture galleries of Bacteria available on ... Bacterial colonies and cell shapes (Source: The Microbial World) ...
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mutation
Mar 8, 2007 ... Two mechanisms are responsible for the spread of antibiotic resistance among bacteria: every once in a while spontaneous mutations are ...
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shigella
Oct 14, 2001 ... The Virtual Museum of Bacteria offers general and advanced bacteria information for the general public and researchers.
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bacteriology/microbiology
Mar 8, 2005 ... List of professional links on Bacteriology and/or Microbiology ... Bacteriology 303: procaryotic microbiology (University of ...
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bacteriology/microbiology
Mar 8, 2005 ... Bacteriology 303: procaryotic microbiology (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Bacteriology 330: Host-parasite interactions (University of ...
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Neisseria Meningitidis
Sep 5, 2002 ... View the organism: Neisseria meningitidis under the microscope (courtesy D. Kunkel). ... of the bacteria (Bristol BioMed Image Archive) ...
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Evolution and the origin of life
Mar 8, 2007 ... Important is that bacteria (Eu and Archae) have been on earth much longer than eukaryotes; they are probably the oldest forms of life and ...
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Pathogenic bacteria
Mar 8, 2007 ... Bacteria that cause disease are called pathogenic bacteria. Bacteria can cause diseases in humans, in other animals, and also in plants. ...
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Evolution and the origin of life
Mar 8, 2007 ... The Kingdom Monera is the taxonomic kingdom that comprises all prokaryotes: Eubacteria and Archaebacteria (Source: Bartleby.com). ...
 
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