selective media, is made up of certain nutrients that can either inhibit or enhance the growth of certain bacteria and or fungus. this is why they call it selective media, it is generally only selective for one kind of bacteria or does certain things when that bacteria or fungus is present.
carefully pick up a small colony of bacteria from the plate with an inoculation loop and streak out a fresh medium containing plate
virus is the smallest, then bacteria and then fungus is the largest
mold is a fungus. spores are not created by bacteria and mold gives of spores to procreate.
virus are smallest in size than bacteria, fungus and yeast.
fungus cells are eukariyotic cells. bacteria have prokariyotic cells
yeast is a fungus, not a bacteria
because bacteria lack a nucleus.
his name was alexander, not alexandra . . . he accidentally discovered that a type of fungus would kill bacteria when he accidentally got a bit of bread mold on a culture dish that had a good growth of bacteria on it. the mold killed the bacteria! when this type of fungus was refined, it became the active ingredient of the antibiotic, "penicillin".
moss is a bryophyte, and is thus neither a bacteria or a fungus, but a rather primitive form of plant.
one fungus that produces an antibiotic and will kill some bacteria is penicillium.
staphylococcus aureus is a bacteria, not a fungus.
potato blight is a fungus.
a skin culture is a test that is done to identify the microorganism (bacteria, fungus, or virus) causing a skin infection and to determine the antibiotic or other treatment that will effectively treat the infection.
fungus grows when it has nutrients and water and air. it is not a bacteria.
no, a fungus.
name of that fungus is penicillium notatum. sir alexander fleming discovered the antibacterial property of this fungus in 1928. penicillin is extracted from this fungus, which kills the strep throat causing bacteria.