"Mommy Bloggers are widespread, but nothing deserves the “ubiquitous” label more than bacteria." Driving into work this morning, I was listening to an interview inspired by Mother’s Day. The radio hosts were talking to a Mommy Blogger (apologies for not recalling her name). What amazed me was a statistic that was given indicatin Ecolier Nguy, Escherichia Coliit, E Colie, Khuẩn Ecolier, Beautiful Microscope Bacteria, Escherichia Colie, Colie Ecolier, Biology, Science
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Astrobiology is the field concerned with forming theories, such as panspermia, about the distribution, nature, and future of life in the universe. In it, microbial ecologists, astronomers, planetary scientists, geochemists, philosophers, and explorers cooperate constructively to guide the search for life on other planets. [Wikipedia]
Colorized low-temperature electron micrograph of a cluster of E. coli bacteria. Individual bacteria in this photo are oblong and coloured brown. As an alternative to using antibiotics for fighting E. coli infections in newborn and weaned pigs, scientists are finding promising results from introducing mixes of beneficial bacteria, obtained from other pigs, into the gut of young pigs.
E Coli Bacteria Under Microscope | The E.coli (EHEC) bacteria as seen under a microscope
Hospital-associated Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Bacteria. Interaction of MRSA (green bacteria) with a human white cell. The bacteria shown is strain MRSA252, a leading cause of hospital-associated infections in the United States and United Kingdom.
E Coli Bacteria Under Microscope | Unpublicised E coli outbreak leaves 250 ill and one dead | World news ...