Asked in Health
What are some bad bacterias?
Asked in Ecosystems, Mycology or Fungi, Tundra
Why don't bacterias and some fungi decompose living organisms?
Bacterias and some fungi do not decompose living organisms because the immune system of living organisms do not allow bacterias to decompose them. The immune system of living organisms fight against these bacterias. In the case the immune system of the living organism dying, the bacterias can easily harm them.
Asked in Microbiology
What bacterias are good for you?
1. Bacterias help in nutrient cycle eg. Nitrogen fixing bacterias in plants. 2. Bifidobacteria (lactobacillus bifidus) as probiotic to help synthesise food in our digestive system. 3.LAB- (both good & bad) Lactic acid bacteria for digestion, fermentation,proteinceous bacteriocuins(synthesis of proteins),in industries. 4.Bacteriophagus- help to destroy other harmful bacterias
How does the sexual reproduction of bacterias occur?