One of the most common causes is a bacterium. Also, there are many ways to eradicate the bacteria that enter our bodies. The best way to get rid of these harmful bacteria is by antibiotics. It is not easy to determine which type of antibiotics you have to take. When a person who specializes in medicine does a lot of examination in the patient, he chooses the exact one for you.
These interactions can be competitive, mutualistic (beneficial to both), antagonistic (one killing or inhibiting another), facilitative (one helping the other with no benefit to itself) or neutral. Some bacteria can be pathogenic (note pathogenicity can be a function), causing diseases and harming the hosts that they colonize and the hosts can respond by producing chemicals to inhibit or kill them, e.g. halogenated furanones of Delisea pulchra. Predators of bacteria are also important for the maintenance of bacterial communities. There are bacteriophages in both marine environments and wastewater treatment reactors.
The patient is body then becomes a battleground between the germs and the toxic chemicals used to attack them. Allopathic medicine sees the microbe as the enemy. It believes that the microbe is cause of disease. However Hahnemann said, we need some bacteria for our wellbeing. For examples, we need some bacteria in our gut to assist with digestion.
Role of Microbes in Hydrocarbon Degradation INDEX • Introduction • Rationale of Studies • Objective of the experiment • Materials and Methods • Factors Affecting Microbial Hydrocarbon Degradation Activity • Result and Discussion • Reference • Introduction – Hydrocarbon enter in environment accidently or due to human activity. It affects both marine and terrestrial ecosystem. They are some micro-organism which survive this due to their different enzymatic and physiological response. Hydrocarbon are the pollutants that cause mutation and sometime may be death when enter in environment. We can use different technology to remove hydrocarbons like burying, evaporation, dispersion and washing but these methods can be very costly, so we use microbes for this purpose.
Oil has many different effects on animals, people, and food chains. People need to start trying to prevent and help clean oil spills. Our oceans are very important for exploring and vital resources we need in our lives, and we should be trying to stop oil in our water.
In those researches they did surveys, in places like Mexico and Washington’s coast and under the oceans, and saw that due to bacteria’s adaptably their biomass may exceed that of life in oceans. Bacteria also prospers by creating a symbiotic relationship with other plans, like the plants which enable them to convert atmospheric nitrogen to ammonia. Symbiotic bacteria also play a significant role in producing vitamins and breaking down food that contains
IDENTIFICATION OF UNKNOWN BACTERIA USING BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS Introduction: Bacteria play an important role in human life; they play a major part in decomposition of organic material, they are present in our digestive tract, some even fix atmospheric nitrogen for the plants. But at the same time there are many species of bacteria which can cause harm to living organisms. Identification of these bacteria plays a vital role in medicine and biological sciences. The identification can be done by two ways, either by performing biochemical tests or by sequencing the bacterial genome. For this experiment I conducted various biochemical tests to identify the given unknown bacteria.
Crabs are particularly useful in aquatic environmental studies for several reasons and play important role in ecosystem processes and good indicator for polluted condition. The terrestrial crab plays a significant and useful modal in the study of population and also beneficial for human activities. It also contains concentrated forms of proteins, and oil that protect against heart disease. As the crabs are abundantly available locally and used in food by as diet by some people with great nutritive value, there is a potential to project it as poor man’s protein. The wide spread use of chlorinated pesticides to control pest species creates ecological disturbances which in turn affects the non target organisms.
The thing that we found are commonly found in every hand and don’t harm us if indigested. Introduction The different soaps have different effects on the bacteria and fungus that are found in the hand. Antibacterial soaps are help for not spreading the bad bacteria but it also kills the helpful bacteria that are beneficial for hands. The author Remy Melina say that we “needs bacteria to maintain a healthy, balanced environment on your skin…” (paragraph 6). Antibacterial soap can be good in the healthcare settings.
These biohazards mostly affect workers in the categories of people who work in health and community care facilities; those who are working with agricultural organisation where they are exposed to irritating chemicals, plants and animals which may inflict a disease one eats or when come in contact with certain plants, plant materials which may cause non-infectious poisoning, stinging, allergic reactions like mushroom and those who are working in food serving organisations who may be exposed to food-borne infections. Biohazards may be controlled by using biohazard engineering, administrative controls and through the use of personal protective equipment. REFERENCES • Adrian Hirst (2010) basic principles in occupational hygiene: student manual, Hirst Consulting Limited, London, UK. • Benjamin O Alli (2008) fundamental principles of Occupational health and safety, 2nd ed, ILO, Geneva, Switzerland. • Barry Levy, David Wegman, Sherry Barron and Rosemary Sokas ( 2010) Occupation and Environmental Health: recognising and preventing diseases and illness, 6th ed, Oxford Press, Oxford, UK.