Microbes and Environments

Microorganisms are launch on nearly every liveable square inch of the planet. They live and thrive in all parts of the planet where there is liquid water, including hostile environments such as the poles, deserts, geysers, xenolith, and the deep hydrosphere,. Additionally, while disease-causing bacterium is often free-living, many have intimate symbiotic relationships with other larger aerobes. Clearly, microbes have adapted to extreme and intolerant conditions, and it is this version that has yielded tremendous biological diversity among microorganism.

  • Microbial environment
  • Symbiotic relationship
  • Biological diversity
  • Chemosynthetic microbes
  • Microbial biodegradation

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