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Microorganism Diagram

Microorganism Diagram

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Microorganism

What is a microorganism?

A microorganism is a living thing that is too

small to be seen with the naked eye. Examples of

microorganisms include bacteria, archaea, algae,

protozoa, and microscopic animals such as the

dust mite.

Types of Microorganisms

1,Bacteria

2.Archaea

3.Animals

4.Protozoa

5.Fungi

6.Molds

7.Algae

Who discovered microorganisms?

Anton von Leeuwenhoek invented the microscope, we did not know they existed! Until that time, it was thought that phenomena such as illness and food spoilage were caused by “vapors” or “spontaneous generation.”

Leeuwenhoek’s invention of the microscope soon led Louis Pasteur to realize that many

diseases were caused by microorganisms – and to the practice of pasteurization, which

kills microorganisms and makes our food products safe to eat today.

Where microorganisms live?

Microorganisms live in water, in soil, and on the skin and in the digestive tracts of

animals. This is why all living things must have immune systems – while many

microorganisms can be helpful to them, some can be harmful and cause disease.

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publish time: 2021-01-13
David Paredes

Here is a list diagram for illustrating the microorganism. Microorganisms or microbes are microscopic organisms that exist as unicellular, multicellular, or cell clusters. Microorganisms are widespread and are beneficial to life, but some can cause serious harm.

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