Yes, and so does "microbes", and microscopic organisms. Answer Usually the word germ carries a negative connotation (thus, usually the disease causing Pathogenic microorganisms are referred to as germs). remember, not all microorganisms are bad. In fact some are quite good. However, in some scientific circles, all microorganisms whether good or bad are germs.
Microorganisms or Microbes are referred to as germs.
Germs are bad because they introduce harmful microorganisms in the body. These pathogenic microorganisms are what causes people, animals, and plants to get sick.
The one-celled microorganisms also known as germs or microbes are bacteria.
Microorganisms or microbes.
you can get germs on virtually anything there is on the planet. microorganisms or "germs" as you called it have the characteristic of being UBIQUITOUS which means they are present everywhere. the good thing is that only a small percentage of the total population of microorganisms can really cause disease.
It's to kill microorganisms to prevent the spread of germs.
There are probably several thousand different kinds of microorganisms growing on your palm. Some are protective and reduce growth of harmful germs. If you eliminated ALL microorganisms from your skin the next harmful germs you picked up would probably do severe damage to your skin and make you very sick.
To the best of my knowledge, the term "microorganisms" is itself a common name/terminology covering various types of microorganisms like algae, bacteria, fungi, virus, etc. They can also be called germs or bugs.
They attack germs and microorganisms they deem may be harmful to the body.
Judy Oetting has written: 'Germs' -- subject(s): Hygiene, Juvenile literature, Microorganisms 'Germs' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Bacteria
Benefits of Microorganisms: The benefits of micro organisms in our day to day life we wouldn't have yeast to rise our bread. Turns out that microorganisms (germs) live in us! Germs in their "right place" are good for us; otherwise, bad. For example, in our gut we have a mess of germs. We feed them. They are happy germs. If a foreign germ tries to move in, they kill it (which saves our life). The "happy germs" don't want to share their territory. Sometimes the "happy germs" lose a battle, which is bad for us, since the fight is in us and the winner is usually not a friendly germ. On the other hand, if we get a perforated gut, those "happy germs" invade parts of our body that shouldn't have them -- ashes, ashes, we all fall down. In general, you don't want gut germs in your bloodstream. You don't want mouth germs in your gut. Every germ has a place -- many of the places are not in us; some are.
Germ warfare; the use of virulent microorganisms (aka germs or bugs) to make the enemy sick.
No, a germicide will not give you a infection because a germicide means a agent for killing germs or microorganisms.
usually stuff like clorox helps kill viruses and germs and such
Most microorganisms are so small, you need a microscope that can magnify 10000 times. Then they will have some detail.
yes because germs and microbes are carrying the same bacteria
In general, microorganisms that can make you sick are termed "germs" by the non-medical world. Bacteria that can cause disease or sickness are termed "pathogens." There are way too many to list here and certain strains of microorganisms can be harmful while other strains of that same organism may not be.
Free from germs means FREE FROM PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISM.
A disinfectant is a substance, such as Lysol or alcohol that you put on surfaces like countertops or toilet seats to kill germs and other microbes. An antisceptic is used to kill germs and microorganisms, typically used on the skin and to clean out wounds. Hydrogen Peroxide or iodine are good examples.
No, when you wash your hands, the bubbles trap the germs.
Because heat actually does kill certain types of microorganisms, like the germs on your hands. Just because some microorganisms thrive in warm environments, doesn't mean they all do. What could be helpful to one organism could be toxic and lethal to another.
Microbes are microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc., while the bacteria specifically refers to bacteria.
Iodine. In small amounts, it's harmless to the body, but lethal to microorganisms and individual cells.
Today everyone seems to be afraid of germs. It seems that the word germ is almost synonymous with evil! However, many things that we have in the world today actually are made with the help of microorganisms. Microbes also help our environment.