Noun(1) a minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium
(1) Once the bacterium is within the macrophage, the macrophage's bactericidal mechanisms destroy the microbe .(2) E. coli is similar in size to the Legionnella pneumophila bacterium and so acted as a model microbe for their proof of principle experiments.(3) When a worm dines on one of these microbial strains, the microbe 's RNA is freed to turn off the corresponding worm gene.(4) They will tend to wipe out the entire population, which, unfortunately from the point of the microbe causing the disease, wipes the microbe out as well.(5) A virus is a parasite, which needs a host cell to live in, and a microbe is a bacterium, which is a living cell in its own right.(6) Theirs was the first report showing that a host nutritional deficiency could turn a harmless microbe into a pathogen.(7) Initially identified with herpes, the microbe is now thought to cause various malignant tumors as well as a form of lymphoma.(8) The approach starts with a weakened version of a microbe called an adenovirus.(9) Then there was the popular microbe theory, wherein a living microbe or bacillus caused baldness.(10) You have to have the microbe , the bacteria get into you somehow, either through the skin, through the stomach or breathe it in through the air.(11) The microbe is unusual in that most other bacteria in the same family are harmless to humans.(12) The microbic ecology lab studies, for example, the use of some bacteria to decontaminate polluted soils.(13) The T-cell system develops early in life and the only way it can develop is to be exposed to bacteria and other microbes .(14) I tried to explain about microbes , viruses, but my heart wasn't really in it.(15) The use of sterile supplies alone does not reduce microbial counts and rebound microbial activity.(16) Complex sugars coat almost every cell in the body, as well as microbes that cause disease.
1. microorganism ::
2. bacillus ::
3. bacterium ::
4. virus ::
5. germ ::
6. bug ::
Different Formsmicrobe, microbes
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