micro-organisms

Micro-organisms - LO Learn about micro-organisms _,weneedtousea microscope.(butnotviruses)andtheylive

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LO: Learn about micro-organisms Copy and complete the below writing NEATLY in your science books: A micro-organism is a creature too ____ to be seen by the naked eye, we need to use a   microscope. Micro-organisms can be bacteria or fungi (but not viruses) and they live   everywhere on Earth where there is _____ water. Micro-organisms are a very important part of food ____ and recycling nutrients in   different ___-_____. Micro-organisms break down dead plant and animal material into   nutrients which can then be absorbed again by plants. Without these nutrients the plants   would die, and no plants = no animals or _____! The micro-organisms that break down dead plant and animal matter are called _______.   We also have special bacteria in our ______ to help us digest food. Sometimes we eat   healthy bacteria in yoghurts to help our _______. (remember the yakult advert?) liquid eco-systems small decomposers chains people stomachs digestion
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Micro-organisms - LO Learn about micro-organisms _,weneedtousea microscope.(butnotviruses)andtheylive

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