how to draw a Bacteria step-by-step

You too can easily draw a Bacteria by following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw a great looking Bacteria with easy, step-by-step drawing  instructions, and video tutorial.

Draw a curved line to enclose a bean shape, then draw a smaller bean shape inside.

Draw flagellum, converging at a point, to represent bacteria movement.

Draw a curved line that loops back on itself; this is a bacterium's DNA. Unlike animal cells, bacteria don't store it in a nucleus.

Draw a curved line and double it back to complete the outline of the DNA; then, draw small ovals to represent the ribosomes.

Draw small ovals (ribosomes) and curved hairlike lines (pili) from the bacterial cell surface for movement and infection.

Draw more hairlike pili of different lengths all over the bacterium's cell wall. Use a curved line for each.

Draw pili on bottom side of cell; label parts, writing word and draw linking line. Start with pili.

Label parts of a prokaryotic cell: Flagellum, capsule, bacterial DNA, plasma membrane.

Label cell wall, ribosomes, and cytoplasm and your bacterial cell anatomy diagram is complete.

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