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Is somebody familiar with mikrobeas? I have some questions. 1 Are there some millions of bakteria in the human body but study does know only about 1,000?
Original post by studyandlearn
Is somebody familiar with mikrobeas? I have some questions. 1 Are there some millions of bakteria in the human body but study does know only about 1,000?


Do you mean Mikrobes - try researching this online.

What is the microbiome? In any human body there are around 30 trillion human cells, but our microbiome is an estimated 39 trillion microbial cells including bacteria, viruses and fungi that live on and in us.


How many bacteria and viruses are in the human body.....
Biologists estimate that 380 trillion viruses are living on and inside your body right now—10 times the number of bacteria. Some can cause illness, but many simply coexist with you.


How many more bacteria are found on the body than human cells.......
It's often said that the bacteria and other microbes in our body outnumber our own cells by about ten to one. That's a myth that should be forgotten, say researchers in Israel and Canada. The ratio between resident microbes and human cells is more likely to be one-to-one, they calculate.



What percentage of the human body is virus........
Eight percent of our DNA consists of remnants of ancient viruses, and another 40 percent is made up of repetitive strings of genetic letters that is also thought to have a viral origin.



Some microbes make us sick, others are important for our health. The most common types are bacteria, viruses and fungi. There are also microbes called protozoa. These are tiny living things that are responsible for diseases such as toxoplasmosis and malaria.


Microorganisms are divided into seven types: bacteria, archaea, protozoa, algae, fungi, viruses, and multicellular animal parasites ( helminths ). Each type has a characteristic cellular composition, morphology, mean of locomotion, and reproduction


What are the differences between viruses bacteria and fungi......
Fungi are more complicated organisms than viruses and bacteria—they are "eukaryotes," which means they have cells. Of the three pathogens, fungi are most similar to animals in their structure
"Do you mean Mikrobes - try researching this online."

Okey.
Thank You.
Lets talk about
microbes.
I have questions
not written in the www.
First questions.
Why are some
bakteria.
good for the body
and some are bad.

Example.
In the mouth there are some good
and others destroy
Tunica mucosa oris
I am not sick.
I want to learn.
Again thank You.
Original post by studyandlearn
"Do you mean Mikrobes - try researching this online."

Okey.
Thank You.
Lets talk about
microbes.
I have questions
not written in the www.
First questions.
Why are some
bakteria.
good for the body
and some are bad.

Example.
In the mouth there are some good
and others destroy
Tunica mucosa oris
I am not sick.
I want to learn.
Again thank You.


Question - what's your points for !!!!.........

You can research your biology of human body in medical books or online.

It does comes up as " Microbes"


What are good and bad bacteria.......
Good bacteria have health maintenance and anti-aging effects such as aiding digestion and absorption, and stimulating immunity. Representative examples are bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria. In contrast, bad bacteria have adverse effects on the body.


Good bacteria keeps you healthy by supporting your immune function and controlling inflammation. Certain types of good bacteria can also: Help your body digest food. Keep bad bacteria from getting out of control and making you sick


Why are some bacteria harmful and others helpful........
To cause disease, the bacteria must invade the cells of a living organism. Most bacteria will not invade another living organism, and many more bacteria are rendered harmless by our immune systems, while others, such as gut bacteria, are beneficial.

What are the benefits of bacteria.......

Benefits of Bacteria
Creating products, such as ethanol and enzymes.
Making drugs, such as antibiotics and vaccines.
Making biogas, such as methane.
Cleaning up oil spills and toxic wastes.
Killing plant pests.
Transferring normal genes to human cells in gene therapy.
Fermenting foods


= ==================================== =

What is the mucosa of the mouth........
The oral mucosa is the mucous membrane lining or “skin” inside of the mouth, including cheeks and lips. People with oral mucosal diseases may develop painful mouth sores or ulcers on this lining. Mucosal diseases can affect any mucous membrane.


What are the 3 types of mucosa.........
Histologically, the oral mucosa is classified into three categories, lining, masticatory, and specialised.


What is an inflammation of the mucosa of the mouth.......
Stomatitis is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth, including the inner aspect of the lips, cheeks, gums, tongue, and throat. It is a type of mucositis.



What is oral mucosa made up of.....
stratified squamous epithelium
All of the oral mucosa is made up of a thick stratified squamous epithelium, supported by a lamina propria. The epithelium is thick because the epithelial lining of the oral cavity is subject to a lot of wear and tear.
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Original post by Slx.24
Oh ma gawd just looking at this thread made me dizzy

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Original post by hungrysalamander
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"Question - what's your points for !!!!........."


I want to learn.

I ll ask things
cannot find in the www or books.


Thank You.


Maybe You know
there are many diseases
doctors say:
No reason known.



I ll answer step by step.





"You can research your biology of human body in medical books or online.

It does comes up as " Microbes""

I do and I did.






"What are good and bad bacteria.......
Good bacteria have health maintenance and anti-aging effects such as aiding digestion and absorption, and stimulating immunity. Representative examples are bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria. In contrast, bad bacteria have adverse effects on the body."


But what is the difference.

I think every human is the owner of every bacteria
but sick people did lose control.





Good bacteria keeps you healthy by supporting your immune function and controlling inflammation. Certain types of good bacteria can also: Help your body digest food. Keep bad bacteria from getting out of control and making you sick

"Why are some bacteria harmful and others helpful........
To cause disease, the bacteria must invade the cells of a living organism."

Vut where do bacteria live,
outside cells,
for example in the mouth?




" Most bacteria will not invade another living organism, and many more bacteria are rendered harmless by our immune systems, while others, such as gut bacteria, are beneficial."

But there are dangerous acterias in the body
and the human is healthy.



But sometimes the body does lose control
and the guman becomes sick.



"What are the benefits of bacteria.......

Benefits of Bacteria
Creating products, such as ethanol and enzymes.
Making drugs, such as antibiotics and vaccines.
Making biogas, such as methane.
Cleaning up oil spills and toxic wastes.
Killing plant pests.
Transferring normal genes to human cells in gene therapy.
Fermenting foods"

Thank You.





= ==================================== =

"What is the mucosa of the mouth........
The oral mucosa is the mucous membrane lining or “skin” inside of the mouth, including cheeks and lips. People with oral mucosal diseases may develop painful mouth sores or ulcers on this lining. Mucosal diseases can affect any mucous membrane."

Where is the limit from
healthy to sick?






"What are the 3 types of mucosa.........
Histologically, the oral mucosa is classified into three categories, lining, masticatory, and specialised.


What is an inflammation of the mucosa of the mouth.......
Stomatitis is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth, including the inner aspect of the lips, cheeks, gums, tongue, and throat. It is a type of mucositis.



What is oral mucosa made up of.....
stratified squamous epithelium
All of the oral mucosa is made up of a thick stratified squamous epithelium, supported by a lamina propria. The epithelium is thick because the epithelial lining of the oral cavity is subject to a lot of wear and tear."

Thank You a lot.

the question is
where is the limit
body has control
and body becomes sick.

Thanks a lot.
Original post by studyandlearn
"Question - what's your points for !!!!........."


I want to learn.

I ll ask things
cannot find in the www or books.


Thank You.


Maybe You know
there are many diseases
doctors say:
No reason known.



I ll answer step by step.





"You can research your biology of human body in medical books or online.

It does comes up as " Microbes""

I do and I did.






"What are good and bad bacteria.......
Good bacteria have health maintenance and anti-aging effects such as aiding digestion and absorption, and stimulating immunity. Representative examples are bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria. In contrast, bad bacteria have adverse effects on the body."


But what is the difference.

I think every human is the owner of every bacteria
but sick people did lose control.





Good bacteria keeps you healthy by supporting your immune function and controlling inflammation. Certain types of good bacteria can also: Help your body digest food. Keep bad bacteria from getting out of control and making you sick

"Why are some bacteria harmful and others helpful........
To cause disease, the bacteria must invade the cells of a living organism."

Vut where do bacteria live,
outside cells,
for example in the mouth?




" Most bacteria will not invade another living organism, and many more bacteria are rendered harmless by our immune systems, while others, such as gut bacteria, are beneficial."

But there are dangerous acterias in the body
and the human is healthy.



But sometimes the body does lose control
and the guman becomes sick.



"What are the benefits of bacteria.......

Benefits of Bacteria
Creating products, such as ethanol and enzymes.
Making drugs, such as antibiotics and vaccines.
Making biogas, such as methane.
Cleaning up oil spills and toxic wastes.
Killing plant pests.
Transferring normal genes to human cells in gene therapy.
Fermenting foods"

Thank You.





= ==================================== =

"What is the mucosa of the mouth........
The oral mucosa is the mucous membrane lining or “skin” inside of the mouth, including cheeks and lips. People with oral mucosal diseases may develop painful mouth sores or ulcers on this lining. Mucosal diseases can affect any mucous membrane."

Where is the limit from
healthy to sick?






"What are the 3 types of mucosa.........
Histologically, the oral mucosa is classified into three categories, lining, masticatory, and specialised.


What is an inflammation of the mucosa of the mouth.......
Stomatitis is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth, including the inner aspect of the lips, cheeks, gums, tongue, and throat. It is a type of mucositis.



What is oral mucosa made up of.....
stratified squamous epithelium
All of the oral mucosa is made up of a thick stratified squamous epithelium, supported by a lamina propria. The epithelium is thick because the epithelial lining of the oral cavity is subject to a lot of wear and tear."

Thank You a lot.

the question is
where is the limit
body has control
and body becomes sick.

Thanks a lot.

Question - what's your points for !!!!....

Reason asking what's your points for all the questions as no explanations for why you are asking for this ok....... Example - is it for university/college or school and what subject of science it's for.

====================

I want to learn.

I ll ask things
cannot find in the www or books.




Funny ( don't be offended by this ).. that I can find this information easier on the www ( of course I have access to NHS website internally ) but use the information on Google best you can for all of your questions OK, as it's there for you but need to research this yourself as what's point of everybody giving you the answers for things when it's upto yourself to find this out.
I ll do this study for myself,not for school or job. Thank You for help. I have so much experiences with medicine/human bodies so I m sure my questions are not answered in books. Also my other threads. Example:I know there are 2 kinds of bacteria in the mouth one makes bleeding the other one is good for the body. What is the difference? Why doese sometimes the immunesystem collapse?
This is not a thread
about copypaste books.

This is not a thread for doing homework.

This is a thread for discussion
and creative thinking.

Im interested in nature.
Not for the job.

Thank You for reading.
Why does a virus develop itself?
Original post by studyandlearn
This is not a thread
about copypaste books.

This is not a thread for doing homework.

This is a thread for discussion
and creative thinking.

Im interested in nature.
Not for the job.

Thank You for reading.


You are asking very basic biology questions with clearcut answers that can easily be found in any secondary school textbook or on the internet, which is why it is coming across as a school child's homework assignment rather than a place for discussion or 'creative thinking'. If that is your goal, then I would suggest you may want to do more reading into the subject area and gain a better understanding of more complex topics yourself and form your own opinion on them first. That way you can open the discussion with a question and your thoughts on it, and then receive responses from people who either agree with or challenge your point of view.

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