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Table of Contents

- What is a space in design?
- What are the 2 categories of shape?
- What are the categories of shape?
- What are the 6 basic shapes?
- What are the basic shapes?
- How many basic shapes do we have?
- How many basic shapes of bacteria are there?
- What are the 3 classifications of bacteria?
- What are the 3 main shapes of bacteria?
- What is the most common shape of bacteria?
- How many types of bacteria are there?
- What is the shape of cocci bacteria?

The Element of **Design Space** refers to the area within, around, above or below an object or objects. It is important to creating and understanding both two dimensional or three dimensional works of art. With three dimensional art the **space** things occupy is real as is the **space** around object.

**Shape** is the property of a **two**-dimensional form, usually defined by a line around it or by a change in color. There are **two** main **types of shapes**, geometric and organic.

A **shape** is a two-dimensional area that is defined in some way. There are two **types of shapes**: geometric and free-form. Geometric **shapes** are precise **shapes** that can be described using mathematical formulas.

**Squares**, **rectangles**, **triangles**, cones, cylinders, cir- cles, ovals…these are the basic shapes that will aid you in drawing objects more accurately.

Simple shapes can often be classified into basic geometric objects such as a point, a line, a curve, a plane, a plane figure (e.g. **square** or **circle**), or a solid figure (e.g. cube or **sphere**). However, most shapes occurring in the physical world are complex.

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**Bacteria** are classified into five groups according to **their basic shapes**: spherical (cocci), rod (bacilli), spiral (spirilla), comma (vibrios) or corkscrew (spirochaetes). They can exist as single cells, in pairs, chains or clusters.

**Bacteria are usually grouped into three categories, classified by shape: spherical, cylindrical and spiral.**

- The Coccus. The coccus bacteria are spherical or oval in shape, like a berry. …
- The Bacillus. The bacillus bacteria are rod-like in shape. …
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**Spirochete**. The**spirochete**bacteria are**spiral**in shape.

Individual bacteria can assume one of three basic shapes: spherical (**coccus**), rodlike (**bacillus**), or curved (vibrio, spirillum, or spirochete). Considerable variation is seen in the actual shapes of bacteria, and cells can be stretched or compressed in one dimension.

Shape of Bacterial Cell The three basic bacterial shapes are **coccus** (spherical), **bacillus** (rod-shaped), and **spiral** (twisted), however pleomorphic bacteria can assume several shapes. **Cocci** (or **coccus** for a single cell) are round cells, sometimes slightly flattened when they are adjacent to one another.

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