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  • NEET Biology Microbes In Human Welfare Chapter Notes

    Microbes • Microbes are the micro-organism which have a size of less than 0.1mm. These micro-organisms are omnipresent, they even exist on sites where no other life forms could possibly exist like high salinity (halophytes) deep inside the earth crust where temperature may be as high as 100OC ,...

  • NEET Biology Microbes In Human Welfare Revision Notes

    Bacteria   (1) Study of bacteria is called bacteriology. (2) Linnaeous placed them under genus vermes. (3) Nageli classified bacteria under schizomycetes. (4) Bacteria are unicellular, microscopic organisms. (5) These are the smallest cell wall having prokaryotic cell. (6) They differ from animals...

NEET Biology Microbes In Human Welfare Chapter Notes

Microbes

• Microbes are the micro-organism which have a size of less than 0.1mm. These micro-organisms are omnipresent, they even exist on sites where no other life forms could possibly exist like high salinity (halophytes) deep inside the earth crust where temperature may be as high as 100OC , highly acidic atmosphere and even under layers of snow.
• The term ‘microbes’ include bacteria fungi, viruses, mycoplasma, blue-green algae, nematodes and even protozoans.

 


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Bacteria
 
(1) Study of bacteria is called bacteriology.
(2) Linnaeous placed them under genus vermes.
(3) Nageli classified bacteria under schizomycetes.
(4) Bacteria are unicellular, microscopic organisms.
(5) These are the smallest cell wall having prokaryotic cell.
(6) They differ from animals in having a rigid cell wall and being capable to synthesize vitamins.
 
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