What do we mean when we say a bacteria is encapsulated?

by miriam obeng
(Ghana)

Bacteria are encapsulated when they are enclosed in a capsule which protect them from being killed by phagocytes and other intracellular killing mechanism.

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Study Bacterial Cell.

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