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Take our quiz on Microbes and see if you know all the questions! :)

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    What diseases caused by Microbes called?

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    Agar the growth medium for bacteria is taken from what kind of  algae? 

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    Disease-causing microorganisms are called

Paramecium is a micro living organism that lives in water. It can reproduce and digest food even if the largest percentage of it is made up of water. How much do you know of this microorganism? Find out more.

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    Tell what each number is on the paramecium.  #1

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    Why are viruses like parasites?

Microorganism Questions & Answers

What is the term used to describe a substance that can be broken down and eaten up by microorganisms like bacteria?
Option C - Biodegradable Biodegradable refers to any substance or object that can be decomposed by bacteria or other living organisms. The compound is anything that is composed of 2 or more elements or mixture. Environment-friendly refers to materia
What is the process of using a chemical to kill microorganisms called?
In order to kill microorganisms, antiseptics can be used to make this possible. The antiseptic can be effective in inhibiting the growth of the microorganism especially on the outer portion of the body but there are also some that can be consumed so
What is the difference between Endocytosis and Phagocytosis?
Endocytosis can be defined as a means whereby molecules are being engulfed. The four subgroups of endocytosis are clathrin-mediated endocytosis, phagocytosis, macropinocytosis, caveolae. On the other side of the coin, phagocytosis is the process wher
What type of nails, tissues, and money are examples?
It may seem that nails, tissues, and money have nothing in common. However, they have something in common with each other. They have a general commonality that they share with millions of other things. This may be why you did not notice what they hav