Each question needs to be 80 words? The first one is a simple two-sentence answer. Do I need to go into technical details to explain the difference?
The second question is equally simple.
I cannot see the answer.
No it doesnt have to be 80 words.
I will get it typed up right away.
Ok thank you
Gram-negative bacteria have four flagella while gram-positive have two. This is because gram-negative bacteria have two membrane layers compared with the one that gram-positive bacteria has.It is true that there are 5 nucleotide bases (adenine, guanine, cytosine, uracil, and thymine), but to make full nucleotides, they need to attach to a pentose sugar (either ribose or deoxyribose). five bases and two sugars would be 10 nucleotides, but ribose does not form with thymine and deoxyribose does not form with uracil, so there are eight possible nucleotides.It is important to differentiate between gram-negative bacteria and gram-positive because the strong wall in gram-negative makes it much more resistant to antibodies and penicillin, which will kill gram-positive bacteria. Knowing which is which makes treating a bacterial infection much easier, faster, and more effective.
If you wanted to, you could go into the details about the two membrane layers in gram-negative to pad out the first question, but if you don't need it any longer, the answer is fine as is.
Are they long enough?
If they are, please remember to rate my answer.
I think i need a little more for the first ques.