What might happen if you didnt have bacteria in degestive tract?
Foods are not properly digested.
how do the bacteria get into eggs? There are two ways this might happen: 1) Chicken poop gets on the shell of the egg. The bacteria pass through the pores and proliferate inside the egg. 2) An industrial egg-laying hen whose ovaries are contaminated with salmonella bacteria passes the bacteria along in the egg-formation process.
They had a number of Gods and people they would worship. they sacrificed because a certain god, needed to have a certain amouint of blood shed for him. Their were a number of things they believed would happen if they didnt do this. They might go to hell, the sun might go away... But the most known one was they thought the world would end
What will happen if you test positive for THC after a blood test at a hospital even though you didnt go to get tested for it?
"Bacteria producing bacteria" - this is not a specific type of bacteria, as you might say a dog is a specific type of animal. All bacteria reproduce, and form new bacteria through a process usually called binary fission. In this way, each bacteria produces more new bacteria. It is not a trait of one species of bacteria.
Well, it wouldn't be instantaneous, but pretty much everything else would die too. We depend on bacteria for our food. You yourself have helpful bacteria living inside your intestines that help you to digest your food. Without them, you'd be malnourished and eventually sicken and die. Other animals have similar bacteria and many, many animals and protists eat bacteria directly. Plants also depend on helpful bacteria to help take nutrients into their stems. They might…
some good things about bacteria is that bacteria may get you sick but bacteria is also what some people use in medicines that can cure what you might have from bacteria for example bacteria is used in germ-x and hand sanitizers so when you get bacteria and you go to take care of it your just getting good bacteria to kill the bad bacteria it's like a war.
Germs are any pathogenic (disease causing) microorganism. These might be bacteria, or they might be other things. Bacterial cells lack a nucleus. Humans are eukaryotes, whereas bacteria are prokaryotes. So people are not bacteria. People are multicellular, whereas germs are generally considered to be single celled orgamisms (most typically bacteria) or viruses. In that sense people are not germs either.