Allgemeine Bakteriologie

  • H. Hahn
  • P. Klein
  • P. Giesbrecht
  • R. E. Streeck
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Zusammenfassung

Als Bakterien bezeichnet man einzellige Mikroorganismen mit einem für Prokaryonten typischen Zellaufbau (Tabelle 1.1). So fehlt bei Bakterien im Vergleich zu den eukaryonten Zellen die Kernmembran. Weiterhin fehlen Nucleolus, endoplasmatisches Retikulum, Golgi-Apparat, Lysosomen, Chloroplasten, Mitochondrien und Mikrotubuli. Andererseits besitzen Bakterien eine komplexe Zelthülle, die den Eukaryonten fehlt. Die Größe der meisten Bakterien liegt — bezogen auf den kleineren Durchmesser — zwischen 0,2 und 2 μm.

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  • H. Hahn
  • P. Klein
  • P. Giesbrecht
  • R. E. Streeck

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