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What is an extremophile?

An extremophile is any microbe that thrives in extreme conditions of temperature, pressure, salinity [dissolved salt content], or concentrations of hostile chemicals. Most bel

What are extremophiles?

Extremophiles are living creatures that live on earth. - an extremophile is a microbe that lives in extreme conditions.

How are plants harmful to humans?

Assuming that you are asking about biological plants, and not factories: some plants are poisonous to humans, or contain compounds that may be processed into poisons. Also, so

How are herbicides designed to harm plant cells but not human cells?

Systemic and target-specific formulations are ways in which herbicides are designed to harm plant -- not human -- cells. But in reality, it is difficult to comprehend and cont
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How plants can be harmful to humans?

Some plants are poisonous to humans: Deadly Nightshade is one  example. Other plants can cause rashes, stings, to humans: Stinging  Nettles and Giant Hogweed are two example