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Microbiology: Bacterial Nomenclature

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Jun 15 2021, 1:37 pm


A discussion of structural components of a bacteria. Covers: Plasma membrane Cell Wall N-acetylglucosamine N-acetylmuramic acid for peptidoglycans wall Outer membrane of the gm-ive bacteria Flagellum Fimbriae/Pilli Sex pili F+ and F- bacteria DNA Plasmid Ribosomes and nutritional granules

In this video we will learn about :

1. Structure of bacteria. 

2. Nomenclature according to shape. 

3. Nomenclature according to size. 

4. Nomenclature according to arrangement. 

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