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  • 1. Micro-Organisms
    By Chloe Bassingthwaighte
    6P
  • 2. Baking Yeast
    • Baking yeast is a living organism that is only killed when cooked.
    • 3. Without yeast we wouldn’t be able to make things like bread and beer.
    DID YOU KNOW?
    Yeast was an old Egyptian ingredient used for making different cultural food.
  • 4. Bacteria in Milk
    • The carbohydrate lactose gives milk its sweet taste and contributes approximately 40% of whole cow's milk's calories. Lactose is a disaccharide composite of two simple sugars, glucose and galactose.
    • 5. Some people say that the bacteria in milk
  • Bacteria In Spoiled Food
    • Bacteria in spoiled food was in fact discovered by a man named Louis Pasteur.
    • 6. The heating of food in an uncontrolled area is usually what cause the food to spoil.
  • Bacteria In Drinking Water
    • Human illnesses such as typhoid, dysentery, cholera, hepatitis and giardiasis have been linked to drinking water contaminated by human waste.
    • 7. A good way to remove the bacteria in your drinking water is to contaminate it with chlorine.
  • Bacteria Produced By Industries
    • Most industrial waste isn’t harmful or toxic just like waste fibre produced by agricultural and logging waste.
    • 8. Quite obviously industrial waste is caused by industries such as mills, mines and factories.
  • Bacteria Produced By Sewerage
    • The bacteria produced by sewerage is good and bad as it can help clean the water and help pollute the water.
    • 9. The process of cleaning out the Bacteria produced by sewerage is long and quite mechanical.

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