If all the bacteria on the earth disappeared would you live?
In a word, no. The human body (along with many, many animals on earth) use basteria in their system to their advantage. They are produced by the body to eliminate foreign bodies (read:disease) and to digest food, among other things.
Normally this would come under biology, However many bacteria are involved in geological processes (e.g. stromatolites) and it has been found that bacteria live deep down in the rocks of the planet. Thus were bacteria are involved in this way their study would be of concern to the earth scientists too.
1. Vast numbers of bacteria live in our bodies. One example is found in the intestine. This bacteria and humans have formed a symbioses with each other. The bacteria help us with digestion and to produce vitamins. In exchange, they soak up a little extra food for themselves! 2. Bacteria is very important in medicine. Bacteria can actually help to fight themselves! 3. Bacteria are an extremely important part of your ecosystem. If, for some…
Bacteria is crucial to life on earth. The reason bacteria is crucial is because of their role in the ecosystems they live in. Some bacteria break down dead organic debris to decompose waste in the ecosystem. Other bacteria live inside of organisms to benefit the health of the living organism by eliminating harmful substances in the body.
In an ecosystem all the members interact with eachother.Therefore if one species disappear it will affect the others.For example if cats disappeared there would be way too many rats and if flies disappeared frogs would disappear as well. In addition,the perception that human is above all the other being on earth is completely wrong.Every being has a right to live.
Because certain bacteria live in our digestive tract and digest things for us. If we killed all bacteria, we'd starve. Plus bacteria are the base of the food chain. They also break down organic material from things that have died. Without bacteria, nothing would rot and return to the soil. Bacteria are actually vital to life on Earth.
If there were no bacteria, humans and plants wouldn't be able to live. Bacteria help our bodies develop, and they do a process of nitrogen fixation to help plants give us oxygen. Therefore, without bacteria nothing on earth would be able to live. Everyone would die since we need bacteria inside our body to digest food for us. Good bacteria (Normal Flora) breaks down nitrogen and without nitrogen, the plants cannot grow, and without plants…
Would you expect to find thermoacidophilic bacteria and enteric bacteria living in the same environment?
Answer There are a lot of bacteria all over the world that affect the environment and the creatures that live within them, including humans. Estimating their number, though, is both difficult and largely meaningless. For example, even a simple infection on one person (such as an infected cut), may contain billions of separate bacteria. trying to estimate quantities worldwide would involve numbers that are simply too large to be useful.
What if mars was where earth is today and earth was where mars was would there be life on Mars or would we still live on earth?
This is a very good question but from research that I have done in previous years would say the answer would be no because mars does not have some characteristics that earth does have. Mars does not have trees and and ocean. They have no food supply except rock. But no, I am afraid we would not be living on mars, sorry! There are some reports of scientists finding ice on Mars, so it is…