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  • Bacteria are vital to maintaining the living world.    Some function as producers in ecosystems. Ex. Cyanobacteria Some work as decomposers recycling all material when things die. Nitrogen Fixers convert atmospheric nitrogen into nitrates that plants can use; animals can then eat plants for their nitrogen needs.
  • Human Uses: b eer and food making, used to clean up oil spills, l ive naturally in human intestines to keep body in equilibrium by killing bad bacteria. Also chemically make vitamins in the intestines.
  • Bacteria can be pathogenic (able to cause disease). They cause disease and can upset an organism’s equilibrium. They use cells for food. They release toxins that damage cells. Many example of disease: Lyme disease, Tetanus, Tuberculosis, Diphtheria, Bacterial Meningitis, Strep Throat, Tooth Decay, Anthrax, Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Pneumonia. Bacterial growth can be controlled by heat sterilization, disinfectants, vaccines, antibiotics, proper storage, cooking and handling of food.
  •  unction as decomposers helping to recycle nutrients and by helping the environment maintain equilibrium. Function to breakdown waste materials. Nitrogen fixers: converting atmospheric nitrogen into nitrates for use by plants. Example – Rhizobium bacteria in roots of some plants are nitrogen fixers. Other living things could not live without bacteria. All food chains terminate with decomposers such as bacteria.  
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  • Good bad ecological

    1. 1. MICROORGANISMS The Good, the Bad,and the Ecological
    2. 2. BACTERIA….THE GOODMaintain equilibrium in the living world as: Producers Decomposers Nitrogen Fixers
    3. 3. BACTERIA….THE GOODMany Human Uses: Food production Cleaning up oil spills Human digestion •Protection from infection •Vitamin production
    4. 4. BACTERIA….THE BADDisrupt equilibrium by: Causing disease (pathogenic) Many resources (time and money) needed to control/eliminate them.
    5. 5. BACTERIA….THE BADThey use cells for food.They release toxins that damage cells.
    6. 6. BACTERIA….THE BADMany examples of diseaseLyme Strep Throat disease : Tooth DecayTetanus AnthraxTuberculosis GonorrheaDiphtheria SyphillisBacterial Pneumonia Meningitis
    7. 7. BACTERIA….THE BADCan be controlled by heat sterilization, disinfectants, vaccines, antibiotics, proper storage, cooking and handling of food.
    8. 8. BACTERIA….THE ECOLOGICALDecomposersNitrogen FixersFood chainsSymbiotic relationshipsOther living things could not live without them.
    9. 9. Try This ! MTV – Make Learning Visual Draw picture to illustrate at least one way humans find Bacteria usefulDraw a picture to Explain the two reasonsillustrate how bacteria that Bacteria may behelp maintain ecological pathogenic. Draw aequilibrium in the picture to illustrate oneenvironment disease caused by bacteria.
    10. 10. Common Bacterial Diseases
    11. 11. Psoriasis
    12. 12. Conjunctivitis
    13. 13. Ulcers
    14. 14. Staph infections