Bacteria and Viruses are NOT the same….
So…how are the two different???
- Bacteria are prokaryotes. Prokaryotes are:
- Bacteria can be identified by three characteristics:
- Bacteria reproduce “3” ways:
- Defenses against bacteria
- Immune system
- Viruses are non-living. How do we know that?
- What are viruses composed of?
- Viral structure
- Can you describe the typical shape of a virus?
- The viral structure that is commonly drawn is a bacteriophage.
- Viruses reproduce (INFECT) two ways