Transcript of What are the advantages and disadvantages of Micro Organism?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of Micro Organisms? By:Jemma,Kimberley,Kaitlyn and Lily-Rose What are Micro Organisms? Microorganisms are very tiny one-celled organisms, viruses, fungi, and bacteria, and are found everywhere in the world. They are found in all living things, plants and animal. There are more microorganisms on and inside your body than there are cells that make up your entire body. Microorganisms can live in the air, on land, and in fresh or salt water environments. Some of them, pathogens, can be harmful and causes diseases, but there are some microorganisms that are needed for living things to survive. Finished Microorganisms can be separated from clear liquids (e.g. sugar solutions) using a filter. During this process the material to be tested is sucked through the filter whereas the microorganisms contained in it remain on the surface of the filter. Using a pair of tweezers the filter is then placed into a prepared nutrient liquid. The filter method enables even low levels of microorganisms to be detected within a reasonable time period. Spark Last step How can we identifiy Micro Organisms? (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on FlickrFull transcript