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    Microorganisms

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    Microorganisms started life on Earth billions of years ago. They started the Biosphere from the formation of photosynthesis by bacterial creating an oxygen atmosphere that helped plants and animals to develop. Microbes are usually unicellular and cannot be seen by the naked eye. Without microorganism, nothing would be supported and maintained on Earth in nature and life. Microbes help keep nature’s water and soil clean by removing toxins and degrade organic matter in a form of recycling from

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    Growing Microorganisms

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    Growing Microorganisms Introduction/ Aim: Yeast are a tiny form of fungi or plant-like microorganism (visible only under a microscope) that exist in or on all living matter i.e. water, soil, plants, air, etc. The yeast life cycle, like that of all higher organisms, includes a step known as meiosis, where pairs of chromosomes separate to give new combinations of genetic traits. People in today’s society use yeast for controlled fermentation of food and drink; it is also used for baking

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    Essay On Microorganisms

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    Billions of microorganisms, living creatures’ invisible to the naked eye, live among us. Microorganisms reside everywhere, and exist in our beds, hair, water, skin, soil, furniture, clothes, air, and even our food. When we touch something, they adhere (attach) to our hands. Prokaryotes make up microorganisms (microscopic organisms without a nucleus or special organelles or structures), and present strong toxins to us eukaryotes (organisms with a nucleus and special organelles). The naked eye observes

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    Common Microorganisms

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    INTRODUCTION Microorganisms such as bacteria, fungus, mold, and yeast are present and common in almost every environment on earth. The normally microscopic organisms can easily be seen using differing types of agar, which creates an ideal environment for the organisms to form colonies, which are groups of hundreds of organisms that can be seen with the naked eye. In order to see individual microorganisms, it is necessary to use the magnification of a high-powered microscope. These techniques of

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    The Cambridge dictionary defines microorganisms as living thing that on its own cannot be seen without a microscope. Also known as microbes, they are categorised into 6 main types this includes: Bacteria, Viruses, Algae, Archaea, Protozoa and Fungi. In this piece of writing I will explore the main benefits of microorganism to Man in the economy and society as well as its consequences. Microorganisms are very important in the environment and its ecosystems, however they are also very beneficial to

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    Infection is caused by micro-organisms or harmful pathogens which can be found everywhere i.e. in the air, in the water we drink and the air. Some microorganisms or microbes can be helpful to us and an alternative name for them is normal flora. However, other microbes can be harmful and detrimental to our health and these can be called pathogens. Microbes would prefer to grow in an area of no competition thus with the presence of large numbers of flora pathogens or harmful microbes are discouraged

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    Bacteria (Image source: http://www.teachoceanscience.net) Microorganisms are lifeforms that are small enough to be microscopic. In other words, they require a microscope to be seen. Examples of types of microorganisms include bacteria, protozoa, viruses, and fungi.  ROLE IN ECOSYSTEM: For an ecosystem to work effectively, it has to have many organisms working together in a constant cycle. Microorganisms exists in huge

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    microbiology, the scientific developments within this area are used in everyday life. Microbiology is the study of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. The study of microorganisms has allowed scientists to discover the pharmaceutical drugs and treatments; such as vaccines and antibiotics, which can be used to treat against the harmful species of microorganisms. The clinical use of these treatments have greatly reduced the mortality due to infectious disease, and have also

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    This research is based on the microorganisms found on the door handles. These types of microorganisms are far more dangerous to humans than those found in places such as shoes, soil among others. The project will be carried out within the institute’s compound. The main aim is to get most, if not all the door handles swabbed, and the microorganisms incubated in the laboratory to ensure all microbes that could be on doorknobs, are captured in the laboratory. The project will help people to know how

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    Microorganism means small organism which is often referred to as a microbe. A microbe is a single-cell organism which is so tiny that millions can fit into the eye of a needle. Microbes are known to be the oldest form of live on Earth, they can live individually or cluster together in communities. Microbes live everywhere. Anywhere you can think of, microbes live. They can be found in the air, soil, water and are present in and on our own body. Microbes are also known to live at temperatures less

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