Microbes Comparison/ Biology/ Jesus H.F.
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Difference between viruses and bacteria: the method of reproduction. Bacterium can reproduce without the help of a host. A virus, on the other hand, cannot reproduce without a living host. It must convert the host cell to duplicate. The difference between bacteria and protists can be found on the complexity of a cell's organization. The cellular organization of bacteria is particularly simple, they do not have membranes binding their nuclear material which makes them prokaryotic. The cellular organization of protists is more complex, they have a membrane-bound nucleus (also other organelles distinct from the cytoplasm) and they are therefore called eukaryotes. Animals, plants and fungi, being derived from protists, are also eukaryotes.
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