How do bacteria reproduce?
Bacteria reproduce with a process called binary fission, which is a kind of asexual reproduction it is the most common reproduction in prokaryotes and in most single called eukaryotes. First the bacteria divides into two daughter cells then binary fission starts and the two daughter cells split apart. Scientists have witnessed bacteria reproducing in warm areas almost instantly
Which organic materials can be broken down by bacteria?
The process in which bacteria breaks down bacteria is called decomposition which is the process of orgainc material being broken down into a much simpler form of matter. This process is for the essential process is for the recycling of the matter the is in the biome. Almost any organic material can be broken down by bacteria
What is penicillin. What is its effect on viruses?
Penicillin is a group of antibiotics drive from penicillium fungi including penicillin G penicillin V penicillin procane and Byzantine fungi. Penicillin actually has little to no affect of viruses. This is because penicillin inhabits the cell wall and interferes with it viruses have no cell awl therefor viruses can't be effected by penicillin