In a mechanism known as binary fission, bacterial growth is the Rapid replication of a bacterium, resulting in an increase in the number of bacteria in a population than the size of the cells. The daughter cells that results are genetically identical to the parent cell. The time taken for the growth of bacteria to develop may vary by the environmental conditions and nature of the bacterial species. The composition of the growth medium is also an important factor for controlling the growth rate.
- Track 1-1 Binary fission
- Track 2-2 Bacterial growth culture
- Track 3-3 Different phases
- Track 4-4 Natural genetic transformation
- Track 5-5 Environmental factors