|The Benefits of Bacteria|
So far we have always assumed that the bacterium was the cause of the disease is very dangerous. Bacteria that can not be seen directly by the naked eye can be easily approached and we unwittingly. Not only can cause disease, bacteria also can be utilized for our lives. Here are some of the benefits of Beneficial Bacteria:
- Beneficial Bacteria to balance the environment around us, such as bacterial decomposers. These bacteria can be utilized to describe plants or animals that have died, and the remnants of organisms or dirt. Decomposing bacteria also degrade proteins, carbohydrates and other organic compounds into Carbondioksida, gaseous ammonia and other compounds that are simple so bacteria can clean up the environment from waste. Imagine if there were no bacteria to decompose waste, of course there will be many problems in our environment.
- Beneficial Bacteria to restore and regulate bowel of hard labor, type of bacteria is bacterium Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacteria (bifidus). These bacteria can also serve as a poison because it is able to disable eleminator toxic compounds such as nitrate produced by other microorganisms and food, as protector of the immune system (immune system) because the bacteria is able to stimulate the formation of antibodies that prevent excess growth of harmful bacteria, prevent urinary tract infections , increased protection against pathogens, viruses and bad bacteria, restoring balance to the intestines after administration of antibiotics, chemotherapy, prevent gas formation due to decomposition and fermentation.
- Escherichia coli bacteria types contribute to food spoilage, nitrogen fixing Rhizobium Leguminosarum function, useful for the production of Lactobacillus bulgaricus Yogurt, Acetobacter Xilinum useful for making nata de coco, Lactobacillus Casei useful for cheese manufacture, manufacture Biogas Methanobecterium useful and useful for the production Griceus Streptomyces antibiotic Streptomycin.
1. Rhizobium / Rhizopus
These bacteria play a role in fixing nitrogen in the roots of leguminous plants. Fermentation in tempe
2. Escherichia coli
The bacteria Escherichia coli. These bacteria play a role in the process of decomposition of food waste and forms of vitamin K and vitamin B12 that is in the colon.
3. Acetobacter xylinum
Acetobacter xylinum bacteria play a role in the making "Nata de 'coco'.
4. Pseudomonas sp
The bacteria Pseudomonas sp role in the manufacture of vitamin B.
5. Candida krussei
Krussei Candida bacteria play a role in the manufacture of chocolate.
6. Pseudomonas, Xantomonas
Pseudomonas bacteria, Xantomonas, Flavobacterium and Streptomyces role in the decomposition of organic waste.
7. Streptococcus termophylus
Termophylus Streptococcus bacteria play a role in the manufacture of butter.
8. Streptomyces griceus
Griceus Streptomyces bacteria. These bacteria are capable of forming antibiotic streptomycin.
9. Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus
Bacteria Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus termophylus role in the manufacture of yoghurt.
10. Streptococcus sp. And Propionibacterium skermanisi
The bacteria Streptococcus sp. And Propionibacterium skermanisi role in cheese making. ****