How do bacteria reproduce?
How Do Bacteria Reproduce?
· Study Aids
Free Biology Newsletter![INPUT]
*Discuss* in my forum
** How Do Bacteria Reproduce? **
By Regina Bailey, About.com GuideJuly 10, 2008
· My Bio
Follow me on:
Bacterial reproduction most commonly occurs by a kind of cell division
called binary fission. Binary fission results in the formation of two
bacterial cells that are genetically identical. Binary fission is an
effective way for bacteria to reproduce, however it does introduce
problems. Since the cells produced through this type of reproduction are
identical, they are all susceptible to the same types of antibiotics.
Through bacterial recombination, bacteria can gain genetic variation by
incorporating genes from other bacteria.
· Comments (40)
· See All Posts
Leave a Comment
July 11, 2008 at 10:59 pm
(1) Mohammad Alkhateeb says:
Great people , great designers………to give like this great
thank you all.
July 15, 2008 at 11:54 am
(2) Boris korey says:
Iam grateful to all those who are sharing their experiences
,knowledge with us. My duty to them is to ask the Almighty GOD to protect
them always. When ,iam taking these lessons in, tears of joy and
satisfaction are flowing on my innocent face. Who are those people ?
You are sent to us by the almighty .
July 17, 2008 at 4:35 am
(3) Tiisetso Lephoto says:
Well, if bacteria gains genetic variation that can make it to be
more resistant to phagocytosis if that bacterium is phathogenic, depending
on the type of species. Also, this will increase the probabilty of bacteria
to tolerate harsh environmental conditions or become virulent.
© 2005-2018 HaveYourSay.org