Role of Bacteria In Our World.
By; Seth Holst
Bacteria in The Environment
Clean Up Bacteria
Genetically Engineered Bacteria
People have been able to and have been genetically engineering bacteria for things such as medicine. It truly started when scientists inserted genes from a frog into bacteria and the bacteria produced frog genes. Now they use this method for so many more things. Scientists can engineer bacteria for things such as medicines, insecticides, cleaners, adhesives, foods and many other products besides.
Harms of Bacteria
Bacteria On The Front Lines
Bacteria in the gut can unexpectedly manufacture viruses to kill off rivals during intestinal shootouts of sorts, researchers have found.These findings could help lead to new ways to kill off dangerous germs, scientists added.The average human gut is home to trillions of bacteria that outnumber human cells in the body by a factor of 10 to 1. Often these bacteria are helpful, aiding in digestion and synthesis of key vitamins.
The major war that is being fraught for human by bacteria is in the ocean. Everyday bacteria called cockolythiafors die from the hands of deadly viruses. Before they do though, they warn other bacteria around them and...breath out the air that we need. They go through this cycle of war constantly and because of this, we get half the air we breath from them.