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Bacteria does and affects plants by:Bacteria in the soil and in nodules on some roots change the nitrogen into a form that plants could use.

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Nitrogen fixing bacteria are important for plants as they can convert Nitrogen from the air into Nitrates in the soil which the plant can then use. Legumes have nodules on their roots to provide a suitable habitat for them.


It is possible to name ALL the helpful bacteria. Especially since the definition of helpful is so subjective. However there are numerous species of bacteria that live in the gut that assist in digestion.ONE helpful bacteria is E.coli


Amoeboid protists are helpful because they eat bacteria. Thus, they protect plants and animals that would be harmed by those bacteria.


Bacteria exists in the soil. The sunlight that is carried into the soil is then taken in by these bacteria and transformed into the gas that is needed by the plants to make nutrients for the plants and digested.


Nitrogen fixing bacteria convert atmospheric N2 to organically accessable compounds. Nitrogen is an important nutrient for plants. Kevin 2012


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Because some bacteria like rhizobium fixed nitrogen in the atmosphere which is essential for plant growth.


There is a group of bacteria (Nitrosomonas) which lives in nodules on the roots of leguminous plants (e.g. peas and beans) that fixes atmospheric nitrogen into a form that the plant can use. Because of this the plant does not need nitrogenous fertiliser.


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Bacillus thuringiensis. It allows the plants to produce a natural insect repellnt.


Harmful bacteria will harm you. Helpful bacteria will help you.


Bacteria or bacterium are the microscopic single-celled simple plants some are harmful and some are helpful. Bacteria constitute a large domain of prokaryotic microorganisms.


In soil. Especially around certain plants (legumes).


Rhizobia are known as nitrogen fixation bacteria. Nitrogen is an essential element for plants and it is plentiful in the atmosphere but in a form that is inaccessible to plants. Rhizobia can convert atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can uptake through their roots.


Sometimes bacteria can be helpful. If we didnt have bacteria we wouldn't have some medicine or cheese or yogurt etc.


Usually we worry more about bacteria attacking and destroying plant tissues, but some flowering plants do have a deal worked out where bacteria can help them, especially in the soil, and if bacteria are where they shouldn't be, plants have a sort of immune system which destroys the offending invader.


some bacteria can be very helpful. There is bacteria that are in human's intestines and they help in digestion. There is also friendly bacteria such as intestinal flora and micro flora which release helpful vitamins.


rhizobium,streptomyces,E. coli are some of the helpful bacteria



helpful bacteria helps digest food in our bodies and the bacteria in our mouth, noise and throat help to keep harmful bacteria out!


2.) In what ways bacteria are helpful? Give Examples


Bacteria in our digestive system is helpful. These bacteria play a role in certain types of nutrient digestion.


try to ask your mother what are the example of bud plants. :P don't depend on the internet. especially to this website! it was useless. NOT HELPFUL



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