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 Is HIV a bacteria?

Answer HIV (human immodeficiency virus), which causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is not a bacterium, but a virus. Viruses are distinct, non-living disease-causing agents that infect animals... Read More »
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Does chlorine have a bacteria that kills the good bacteria?

Chlorine does not have any bacteria that kills good bacteria, according to water treatment business LennTech. Chlorine destroys bacteria and viruses by breaking down the chemical bonds that hold th... Read More »
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How Is Bacteria Transmitted?

Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms found in several different habitats on earth. While many bacteria play a vital role in processes; such as nitrogen fixation and maintaining soil fertility,... Read More »
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Types of Sea Bacteria?

Just like on the surface, the oceans and seas are teeming with a near infinitive amount of bacteria. There are several different types of sea bacteria, including those that make their own food thro... Read More »
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Is bacteria good?

On One Hand: Some Bacteria is GoodNIH.gov states that Probiotics, or "good" bacteria, are beneficial to the digestive tract and immune system. NIH.gov also reports that Probiotics can be supplement... Read More »
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