How much bacteria on a person's body?
Hundreds? Thousands? Millions? Who knows?
Not the people on WikiAnswers!
well it is about half of 46% of bacteria in your body so stay healthy
There are many kinds of bacteria. Some bacteria is good for your body, and if you get rid of too much bacteria you can get a infection. [For example when you don't have enough bacteria in your vagina that's when you get a infection down there]. But you also can have problems if you have too much bacteria or a bad bacteria, it all depends on the type of bacteria.
bacteria is everywhere in your water, in your body, on your food pretty much everywhere in the universe.
Aprox. 15% of your total body weight
The microflora on a human body refers to the bacteria that live on your body. Much as jungles are the habitat for all sorts of animals and plants, humans are the habitat for all sorts of bacteria - most of which are harmless and even beneficial. Bacteria reside on several parts of the human body: skin, nose, mouth, intestines, etc. Bacteria AND fungi such as Malassezia spp.
sometimes, because if your sick you have a bacteria in your body and most times you get dehydrated and drink to much liquid and to much water is drawn off the large intestine.
The liver can produce 6,500 oz. of bile in a persons lifetime
Because you can die from taking to much and also you can get some type of bacteria in your body
The weight of bacteria in human body is estimated to be 1 to 2 percent of the entire body mass. Bacteria is useful and can be harmful to the body.
diff. bacteria effect the body diff. Good bacteria has good effects. Bad bacteria has bad effects.
it cold be fond in each persons body it cold be fond in each persons body
the average persons body temperature is 98.6, although it varies for everyone
when that persons eyes are burning or when there body is burning
Yes, but it depends on the persons body type.
all body systems are affected by bacteria.
which part of the body TB bacteria effects
10% of your body mass is bacteria
what in a human body suits a bacteria? for A+ users its true
Well, prokaryotic cells are not really part of the body. A prokaryotic cell is pretty much the same as Bacteria. Are we made of Bacteria? No, we have bacteria in us but we are not made of Bacteria. The above statement is true. But! While Bacteria are prokaryotes, the reverse is not true. Archean cells are also prokaryotic. And! We actually have more prokaryotic cells in and on us then eukaryotic cells.
Yes, unless there are open sores in the persons mouth. Bacteria CAN spread I there are wounds in either persons mouth.
These bacteria enter the body and reproduce by dividing in the same way as cells in the body.
Bacteria can infect the human body cause you to catch a cold or the sniffles.
Bacteria can help your body in a great number of ways. Bacteria help fight infections and digest food for example.
The average persons body is made up of 2/3 water...you do the math!
You have bacteria in your body because they fight off illnesses.
These are bacteria that are normally found in your body and on you skin.
Yes, one example of good bacteria in your body is the bacteria in your digestive system that helps break down the food that you eat.
They help break down decaying matter and waste. Certain bacteria is good for your body because your body needs some beneficial bacteria.
the plank works on the stability/balance of a persons body. It targets the core muscles (and other stabilizers) of a persons body
Bacteria infects the body by causing an infection. The bacteria can produce a number of symptoms such as a sore throat, fatigue, diarrhea, runny nose and vomiting.
Regular bowel movements are important to keep the toxins out of your body. Feces is a bacteria. If too much of it is in your body, it could cause illness.
Bacteria in the gut help the body digest food.
by sneezing and bowel movement bacteria comes out of your bodie
Bacteria can be useful, because doctors can inject different types of bacteria into your body, and your body fights against it, and that will mean if you get that type of bacteria into your system, it will be able to fight against it more easily.
Yes..! You can find the bacteria on your body. But not with the human naked eye. You need Microscopic devices to see that.
39 vertices are in a persons body.
It Can attack The Bacteria In Our Body Because The Cell Is Not Connected To The Bacteria N That How It Can Harm It
Probiotics are helpful to the human body. They are found in yogurt and help the digestive system. There are over 800 bacteria in the human body.
your body has bacteria in it naturally for good reasons. They are mainly found in the digestive tract and are used to help your body digest the nutrients in your body.
Bacteria can carry nutrients to different places in the body. Bacteria is able to travel directly in the body a lot faster than modern science could.
Bacteria makes the body feel sick. If an organism's antibodies aren't strong enough and there is alot of bacteria it could result in the organism's death.
Eat some yogurt or cheese. It already has live bacteria in it. You also already have bacteria in your body because they live in your intestines and help you digest food.they are also in the air you breathe. not all bacteria is harmless.
Bacteria can be harmful to the body if the species of bacteria is a harmful one. It can cause food poisoning, infect wounds, and pollute water. Some harmful types of bacteria are MRSA, E. Coli, and gangrene.
When a body is acidic, it creates a welcoming environment for viruses and bacteria to come in and begin to flourish. As viruses and bacteria continue to flourish inside our body, we experience lack of energy, frequent illness and pains. If a person doesn't do anything about changing the acidic state of the body, the situation can get worse. Virus or bacteria can mutate into a serious illness. Conversely, bacteria and viruses perish in alkaline… Read More
persons use bacteria to make yogurt. They also use bacteria to turn dirty salt water into clean drinkable water. written by Simone Vickers Jamaica.
The bacteria on a human body compete for nutrients. They also need moisture and warmth, but don't actually need to compete for those.
Bacteria enter the human body on the food when it is not cooked. The human body contains white blood cells that kill the bacteria by engulfing them.
Bacteria cover your entire body, including the head.
We are covered in bacteria. In our mouth on our tongue on our skin...
they help kill bad bacteria in your body