The simplest life-forms on Earth have just one cell. An example of a one-celled life-form is a bacterium. These species of bacteria all cause diseases in humans. But many bacteria are not harmful, or even helpful.
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Microbiology This reference answers the most important questions that form the foundation of Microbiology within 6 laminated pages. Carry this core material in a handy format to use beyond the course and into higher level and career courses, then even further into your working life as a refresher. With many diagrams in a small package, you will not need to crack the textbook to review.