Restriction enzyme：Protein (more specifically, an endonuclease) produced by bacteria that cleaves DNA at specific sites along its length.
Simple organisms such as bacteria and alga have been found as fossils in rocks more than 3000 million years old
A specialized pigment - bearing organelle in certain photosynthetic bacteria and cyanobacteria.
This natural mixture of bacteria and yeasts gives unpredictable fermentation results.
It is possible to multiply bacteria and other living organisms in the laboratory.
Most cases are due to bacteria (including salmonella and staphylococcus) and their toxins (including botulism).
Folic acid or folate:Organic compound essential to animal growth and health and needed by bacteria as a growth factor.
Many drugs destroy bacteria that have invaded the body and made a person ill. These drugs include antibiotics and sulpha drugs.
Dutch microscopy pioneer and naturalist who formulated early descriptions of bacteria and spermatozoa.
A toxin produced by bacteria that is specific for intestinal cells and causes the vomiting and diarrhea associated with food poisoning