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What is bacteria?
- Jan 08, 2019 -

Bacteria are a class of microorganisms. The smallest bacteria are only 0.2 microns long, and most of them can only be seen under the microscope. According to the form, it is divided into cocci (such as monococci, dicocci, staphylococcus, streptococci), bacilli and spirochetes (including vibrio and spirulina). Many human diseases are caused by a variety of bacteria, "I don't know if you have flashed the thought in your mind: If there is no bacteria, how can we live a healthier and longer life? But scientists have to Tell you: Your thoughts are neither realistic nor scientific. Because humans and bacteria are born with an indissoluble bond, since the birth of your bacteria, bacteria have "landed" on your body, and since then you will "do not leave", with you for a whole life. If you place it under a microscope, you will see that the skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal and genitourinary tracts are “open” in addition to organs such as heart, brain, liver, lungs, kidneys, and blood vessels and lymphatic systems. There are traces of bacteria in the area. It seems that it is necessary to understand some subtle relationships between bacteria and human health.


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