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Probiotics and NASA
Transcript of Probiotics and NASA
They are microscopic. A group of bacteria are called
a colony; we know this as a population. Bacteria, living organisms, interact with their living and nonliving surroundings. What abiotic factors (nonliving things)
effect the growth of bacteria? http://www.nasa.gov/
f_bacteria.html#backtoTop We have discussed how bacteria interact with other bacteria and the human body. How do bacteria interact with their nonliving surroundings?