Yeast vs Bacteria

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Name the structures in a bacterial cell
Slime capsule; cell wall; cell membrane; cytoplasm; genetic strand; plasmids; flagella
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What is the size of a bacterial cell?
1 micrometre
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What is formed when bacterial cells multiply?
A bacterial colony
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Can you see bacterial colonies with the naked eye?
Yes
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What is contained in plasmids?
Genes
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What type of organism is yeast?
A single-celled organism
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What are the structures in a yeast cell?
Cell wall; cell membrane; cytoplasm; nucleus
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Give an adaptation of yeast
Can survive with little oxygen
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What is another name for anaerobic respiration?
Fermentation
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How do yeast cells respire?
Aerobically or anaerobically if there is little oxygen
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How do yeast cells reproduce?
Asexual budding
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What is asexual budding?
A new cell grows out of the original
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Give some uses of yeast
Ethanol production; antibiotics; decomposer of food chains/ stored food
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How can you see bacteria on its own?
Powerful microscope
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