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Video: Bacteria - The Most Interesting Facts About Bacteria, Review And Description
Last updated on 21 January 2018 at 00:28
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We begin the study of the topic of the simplest organisms in the initial lessons of biology, where they tell us that these organisms are simple and unicellular, that their body is not complex in structure, but in fact bacteria play a huge role in our life and participate in global processes every day …
Bacteria are really simple in structure and their body consists of only one cell. Microbes with two cells in the body structure are rare. The cell consists of a membrane - this is the inner part of the cell, all biochemical processes take place in it, in the very center it is endowed with seminal fluid, in which all hereditary information is embedded.
Also, all the biological substances necessary for life are contained in the internal composition of the membrane, in contrast to complex organisms, this cell is not endowed with a nucleus, but this does not particularly distinguish it in its vital activity from other forms of life.
The membrane membrane is a plasma, it is primarily involved in the protective function and protects the center of the cell from external negative factors. Plasma also makes the penetration of nutrients through its membrane to saturate the microbe cells and release the processed nutrients outside.
Sometimes the cell forms an additional capsule to protect the membrane, but this happens only under certain conditions, when the cell feels the onset of danger in terms of dryness.
- 1 Reproduction and nutrition of microorganisms
- 2 Microbes in children's lives
3 Myths and facts about microbes
3.1 Similar articles
Reproduction and nutrition of microorganisms
Microorganisms surround us everywhere, they are invisible to the naked eye and it seems to us that everything around is clean and hygienic, but even after washing our hands or wiping off the dust, microbes do not disappear, but only continue their reproduction.
In hygiene, special attention should be paid to infants, for children, getting an infection is a particularly difficult problem, they cannot tell what exactly worries them and the problem becomes common. Microorganisms develop rapidly in a favorable young microsphere and embrace the child's body.
The many microorganisms that the human body is equipped with do not interfere with their existence, but rather help in digestion. They also help fight other infections that react with the human body, such as protecting against bacteria from pets.
Myths and facts about germs
Our human body is inhabited by tens of trillions of bacteria. An interesting phenomenon is that there are more microbes in the human body than the cells themselves. It seems to us that there are no germs in our clean apartment or washed linen, although this is not the case.
The importance of bacteria plays a huge role in the life of all mankind and the planet as a whole. They participate in many vital processes and create a favorable environment for life.