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Unformatted text preview: Handsoap How clean is anti-bacterial? SEC TA NAME DATE I. I ntroduction Organisms (microbes) lurk practically all over every surface of the world, even our bodies Include bacteria and some members of the Kingdom Fungi. o Members of the Fungi Kingdom are eukaryotic and multicellular; o Bacteria are multicellular as well and have a wide variety of shapes and sizes existing in the universe. Few species of bacteria and fungi are vital for human survival. o Certain bacteria act as decomposers that can break down deceased plants and animals and are also found in common foods that humans eat. o Yeast is a fungus that is necessary for breads, on fruits, and a part of wine and beer-making. o Bad bacteria can cause disease such as pneumonia, TB and diphtheria in humans. The bad side of bacteria and fungi is what drives humans to compulsively wash hands (warning signs employees must wash hands, etc.) In response to human fear of harmful bacteria, companies advertise multiple...
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