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A bacterial cell is a single-celled organism found in virtually all environments on the planet. A bacterial cell consists of a nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, and various metabolic components. With its small size and lack of a membrane-bound nucleus, bacterial cells are classified as prokaryotes. The bacterial cell has evolved over millions of years to take on its own unique form and function. It is an ancient form of life intimately connected to our biosphere’s evolution. Viewing the bacterial cell with reverence and curiosity illuminates how miraculous and intertwined the web of life truly is - small, powerful, mysterious, and holy.

See also: mycelium, ecology, narrative, masculinity, soil

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