Deutsch: Bakterien in der Umwelt / Español: Bacterias en el Medio Ambiente / Português: Bactérias no Meio Ambiente / Français: Bactéries dans l'Environnement / Italiano: Batteri nell'Ambiente /

A Bacteria is (Singular: bacterium) Microscopic living organisms that can aid in Pollution control by metabolizing organic Matter in sewage, oil spills or other pollutants. However,

Bacteria in soil, water or air can also cause human, animal and plant health problems.


Other /More definition:
Bacteria is the microscopic living organisms; some are helpful and some are harmful. "Good” bacteria aid in pollution control by consuming and breaking down organic matter and other pollutants in septic systems, sewage, oil spills, and soils. However, "bad” bacteria in soil, water, or air can cause human, animal, and plant health problems.


Other /More definition:
A Bacteria is a one-celled organisms. Many act as decomposers that break down dead organic matter into substances that dissolve in water and are used as nutrients by plants.

see also:
"Bacteria" is in the UNSPSC Code "60104006"
Bacteria testing supplies


Other /More definition:
Bacteria is the prokaryotic, one-celled organisms. Some transmit diseases. Most act as decomposers and get the nutrients they need by breaking down complex organic compounds in the tissues of living or dead organisms into simpler inorganic nutrient compounds.


Other /More definition:
Bacteria is the prokaryotic, one-celled organisms. Some transmit diseases. Most act as decomposers and get the nutrients they need by breaking down complex organic compounds in the tissues of living or dead organisms into simpler inorganic nutrient compounds.

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