Bacteria will evolve faster than humans .It is because it has less number of cells and less no. of genes .
Bacteria. Generally an organism with a shorter life cycle will evolve faster.
well, I think that eventually humans would not be able to evolve at all. And that the clones would gain a conscience and memories of their own, therefore would be unwilling to co-operate with their 'masters'.
it keeps the bacteria from it
The colony would have less genetic variation. The Bacteria in the colony would be too genetically similar
Bacteria and viruses attack the body. Each type of bacteria and virus attack different areas of the body. Also, there are many different ways of gaining access to the body. They attack the body by trying to shut down a certain system, which without your immune system, would kill you. Bacteria and viruses evolve. However, viruses aren't presently categorized as living organisms.
The effector strain of bacteria is that the bacteria would colonize on the teeth and help prevent the child from developing cavities.
Well they would evolve faster, so speciation would occur faster too
Bacteria reproduce quite rapidly - in many case it takes only a matter of minutes. Changes to the genetic material would therefore be seen much faster than with humans whose life cycle is quite long.
some do :P webbed fingers are an adaptation that some animals (such as ducks) evolve to help them swim faster humans, on the other hand, are primates - known to be climbing animals, which would have needed well-defined fingers and toes the answer, therefore, is basically: why would they?
Organisation. Bacteria have cellular level of organisation and humans have organ system level of organisation.
its way to much to tell there is countless amouts of bacteria and it would be imposable to tell you.
Some Bacteria do not need and will even die in the presence of oxygen. They would thrive and probably evolve.
This may never be pinpointed. The reason being humans would not have had a chance to evolve if they did not outrun predators
They are not, bacteria is the most important species - without them humans would not last more than a few hours.