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Tahreem zahra
TOPIC
Harmful & Useful Microorganisms
INTRODUCTION
We all know microorganisms
live in soil, water and even
inside our body but some
microorganisms are useful in
our daily life and some are
harmful.
Microorganisms
1. Fungi
2. Bacteria
3. Protozoa
4. Viruses
5. Algae
Here are some types of
microorganisms that
cause diseases in human
beings, animals, and
plants which can even
lead to death. These are
harmful as well as useful
in our daily life.
Fungi
O Fungi are an important
source of food. It is
important in bakeries as it
is used in the making of
bread
O It is also used in making
antibiotics
O Fungi can cause a variety
of conditions. Most of
them affect the nails or
skin, causing rashes or
other skin conditions, but
some can cause more
serious infections.
O Some types of diseases
cause by fungi in human
bodies are:
Yeast infection
Fungal eye infection
Ring worm
USEFUL HARMFUL
Bacteria
O Bacteria is useful
because it is used in
making yogurt and
cheese
USEFUL HARMFUL
O Infections caused by
bacteria can make us ill.
They reproduce quickly
in our body.
O Some types of bacteria
can cause diseases in
humans, such as
cholera, tuberculosis
(TB), typhoid, etc.
Protozoa
O Protozoa play
an important role in
mineralizing
nutrients, making
them available for use
by plants and other
soil organisms.
Protozoa improve the
fertility of soil
USEFUL HARMFUL
O Protozoan infections are
responsible for diseases
that affect many different
types of organisms,
including plants and
animals. They also affect us
from diseases. Some types
of protozoa diseases are:
1. Malaria
2. Giardia
Viruses
O We can use Virus to
kill cancer cells
USEFUL HARMFUL
O Viruses can kill, damage,
or change the cells and
make us sick. Different
viruses attack certain cells
in our body such as our
liver, respiratory system, or
blood. Some types of
Viruses diseases are:
1. Corona
2. Chicken pox
3. Small pox
4. Measles
Algae
O Algae have various
beneficial aspects as
they are source of food,
they have utilization in
industry, minerals, and
also act as primary
producers and Algae is
also used as a fertilizer.
USEFUL HARMFUL
O There are thousands of
species of algae But only
a few of these produce
toxins or have other
harmful effects.
O Blue-green algae
produce toxins that can
make people and animals
sick.
Harmful and Useful Microorganisms Presentation

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Harmful and Useful Microorganisms Presentation

  • 2. TOPIC Harmful & Useful Microorganisms
  • 3. INTRODUCTION We all know microorganisms live in soil, water and even inside our body but some microorganisms are useful in our daily life and some are harmful.
  • 4. Microorganisms 1. Fungi 2. Bacteria 3. Protozoa 4. Viruses 5. Algae Here are some types of microorganisms that cause diseases in human beings, animals, and plants which can even lead to death. These are harmful as well as useful in our daily life.
  • 5. Fungi O Fungi are an important source of food. It is important in bakeries as it is used in the making of bread O It is also used in making antibiotics O Fungi can cause a variety of conditions. Most of them affect the nails or skin, causing rashes or other skin conditions, but some can cause more serious infections. O Some types of diseases cause by fungi in human bodies are: Yeast infection Fungal eye infection Ring worm USEFUL HARMFUL
  • 6. Bacteria O Bacteria is useful because it is used in making yogurt and cheese USEFUL HARMFUL O Infections caused by bacteria can make us ill. They reproduce quickly in our body. O Some types of bacteria can cause diseases in humans, such as cholera, tuberculosis (TB), typhoid, etc.
  • 7. Protozoa O Protozoa play an important role in mineralizing nutrients, making them available for use by plants and other soil organisms. Protozoa improve the fertility of soil USEFUL HARMFUL O Protozoan infections are responsible for diseases that affect many different types of organisms, including plants and animals. They also affect us from diseases. Some types of protozoa diseases are: 1. Malaria 2. Giardia
  • 8. Viruses O We can use Virus to kill cancer cells USEFUL HARMFUL O Viruses can kill, damage, or change the cells and make us sick. Different viruses attack certain cells in our body such as our liver, respiratory system, or blood. Some types of Viruses diseases are: 1. Corona 2. Chicken pox 3. Small pox 4. Measles
  • 9. Algae O Algae have various beneficial aspects as they are source of food, they have utilization in industry, minerals, and also act as primary producers and Algae is also used as a fertilizer. USEFUL HARMFUL O There are thousands of species of algae But only a few of these produce toxins or have other harmful effects. O Blue-green algae produce toxins that can make people and animals sick.