How do scientists produce oil-eating bacteria? By inducing mutations in bacteria
bacteria that eats oil
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type in on Google "animals eating plastic", and see what you get!!!!
Inducing mutations in bacteria
A bacteria-eating organism.
There are bacteria that do consume plastics (see the related link below). However, there are so many different types of plastics, and such limited locations of these bacteria, that the vast majority of plastic wastes are still a huge problem for the environment. On the other hand, do you really want to watch the many plastic objects you use every day (e.g. drink tumblers, car tires, eye glasses, combs, housings for electronic equipment) rotting into a smelly mess of goo, while you are still using them? We don't want bacteria to get too good at eating plastic.
Bacteria eating it
yes they can, it can be very harmful.
Turtles get affected by plastic just by eating it because it goes through their digestive system.
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By plastic many of the herbivorous can die by eating it.As plastic is non biodegradable it can not be degist
it comes when your sleeping
Plastics are organic molecules. Almost all molecules in living organisms are also organic, and heterotrophs (organisms that eat other organisms, like animals and many bacteria) gain energy and nutrients from food by digesting it, converting the molecules present in the food into other molecules that are useful to it. In general, organisms do not possess the ability to digest plastics because the structure of plastics is fairly different from most naturally produced organic molecules. Plastic eating bacteria have evolved the ability to digest particular plastics the same way that they would digest, say, bread, or any other food substance: by breaking it down and reusing it. They are able to break chemical bonds in plastics that are not vulnerable to most species' digestive processes. Though fairly little is known about plastic eating bacteria, they mostly seem to use the plastics as energy storage, similar to fat or glycogen in humans.
To make bacteria with new abilities. Like eating oil.
eating other bacteria
Plastic trays used for eating are commonly called simply "trays." Sometimes, however, plastic food trays are referred to as "plates" or "pizza plates."
yes,because bacteria will be growing on and in it and then you are eating the bacteria
Saprobic bacteria is that of which begins the decomposition process by eating and digesting tissues
Since perler beads are little pieces of plastic, it is definitely not good for you. Eating plastic is never recommended or beneficial.
Pork meat is not safe to eat in general condition because science tells us that it has very harmful bacteria in the meat of pork.
If yoU are asking whether or not flesh eating bacteria can be killed: my answer is no, there is no known cure for flesh eating bacteria.the doctors can amputate the effected areas before it spreads but there is no way of literally killing them:/