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Bacteroides fragilis

Introduction Bacteroides fragilis is a Gram negative pleomorphic rod shaped bacteria. It is an obligate anaerobic, non-spore forming, non-motile bacterium. Bacteroides fragilis is a normal inhabitant of human colon but if it is displaced and spread to other surrounding tissues or ...

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Do bacteria have chloroplast?

Bacteria don’t have chloroplast. They are unicellular single-celled organisms. Their cells are prokaryotic in nature. The cells don’t have membrane-bound organelles. As they don’t contain membrane bound organelles, thus chloroplast being a membrane-bound organelle absent in the bacterial cell. Chloroplast: The chloroplast ...

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