Bacterial cells and yeast cells

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What does a bacterial cell consist of?
Cytoplasm and a membrane surrounded by a cell wall. They DO NOT contain a nucleus. The genetic material is inside the cell. Many may also contain plasmids, which are small circular bits of DNA.
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Name a single-celled living organism
Bacteria
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Name a single celled organisms that is very useful to people.
Yeast
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What does a yeast cell consist of?
Nucleus, cytoplasm, and a membrane surrounded by a cell wall.
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What is the size of most yeast cells?
3-4 micrometers.
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