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Life Cycle of Bacteria

Bacteria can be defined as microscopic single-celled organisms that develop in diverse environments. They can live almost anywhere like: - in the ocean,

Life Cycle of Bacteria

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The Disease Fighters Germs and Bacteria

The Disease Fighters Germs and Bacteria
Before the mid-1800s, people didn’t understand what caused disease. They didn’t have vaccines or antibiotics to protect them. Millions of people died from infectious diseases. Smallpox was one of the deadliest diseases. An English doctor, Edward Jenner, noticed that women who milked cows,...

The Disease Fighters Germs and Bacteria

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Fungi – Are All Fungi Microscopic?

Fungi – Are All Fungi Microscopic?
Not all fungi are microscopic. You can see mushrooms, mold and mildew, for example. But most fungi feed through microscopic threads called hyphae. These threads dig into a food source, such as dead wood, bread, leaves or

Fungi – Are All Fungi Microscopic?

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One Celled Organisms – The Protists

One Celled Organisms – The Protists
Imagine a group of organisms so varied they seem to be from another planet. Protists are such a group. Some of them are sculptured diatoms; some have long threads or hairs that move. Some constantly change shape. Welcome to the world of protists. Protists are one-celled organisms that...

One Celled Organisms – The Protists

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Viruses: The Smallest Microbe on Earth

Viruses: The Smallest Microbe on Earth
Here’s a riddle: It’s non-living and it doesn’t eat. It doesn’t reproduce, until it invades living beings. Then it becomes active. The answer: It’s not a...

Viruses: The Smallest Microbe on Earth

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