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Dear Readers, Welcome to the latest issue of Micro
Bacteria are everywhere and have various functions, even in places that don’t seem ideal for them. Bacteria play surprising roles in backroom areas and industries. For example:
Bacteria are needed in processes like fermentation, which is necessary for the production of foods like yogurt, cheese, and sauerkraut
Certain bacteria help break down organic matter in waste, helping with purification of water and soil.
Bacteria are involved in some dyeing methods to help fixate color on textiles.
Bacteria can also be used to produce enzymes in cleaning products to make them more effective at breaking down stains and organic matter.
Biopharmaceuticals: Some bacteria like E. coli can be used to produce various pharmaceuticals including insulin and vaccines.
Specific bacteria can act as environmental condition indicators making it easier to monitor and assess ecosystem health.
Genetic Engineering: In genetic engineering practices bacteria is commonly used to produce proteins or enzymes that have a wide array of industry applications.
Wastewater plants need bacteria since they’re crucial for breaking down pollutants and contributing to the water’s purification process.
Understanding what these things can do sounds difficult enough but knowing how they work with humans is an entirely different story that we are still trying to understand today.