I was just wondering if someone could tell me all of the key differences between bacteria and yeast
Yeast uses a type of a-sexual reproduction that is known as budding, while bacteria reproduce asexually by binary fission.. Bacteria prokaryotes and yeast are eukaryotes. Thats all i can come up with so if someone could help please do!
Yeasts are single celled, saprophytic, reproduce asexually by budding.
Bacteria are single celled, saprophytic or parasitic, pathogenic or non-pathogenic, reproduce asexually by binary fission
Yeast (saccharomyces) are members of the Fungi Kingdom.
Bacteria are members of the Monera kingdom.
They're both used used for commercial advantages.
bacteria an be chemosynthetic also