External Prokaryotic Cell Walls - Fimbriae and Pili

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how are fimbriae and pili structured ?

thin straight, hair-like

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what is pili composed of?

pillin

3

what is pillin ?

protein that makes up pili

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Both Fimbriae and Pili are

more common in Gram - cells

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how is a pilus and fimbria different in size?

Fimbra are shorter and smaller around, Pilus are longer, bigger around

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How do fimbriae and pili differ on the amount on the cell?

There are many on the cell for fimbriae and a few on the cell for pili.

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what is fimbriae mainly for?

mostly for attachment

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what are pili maining for?

bacterial mating


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