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    Microorganisms and Benefits in the Human Environment

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    What are the key differences and similarities between Aeromonas hydrophila and Saccharomyces pastorianus?

    What are some of the benefits derived from non-pathogenic microorganisms in the human environment?

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    Aeromonas hydrophila is Gram negative bacterium, rod shaped and likes to be reside in warm climates.
    Saccharomyces pastorianus is a fungus (yeast), which likewise likes to reside in warmer environments.

    Both derive energy from other sources and are thus heterotrophs. Both can be pathogenic and can cause diseases on their own, however they differ largely in the ways they cause disease and of course, in species.

    Some non-pathogenic microorganisms are actually beneficial. Perhaps the best example is the whole host of bacteria that resides in your GI tract. These bacteria serve a number of functions. In the gut, bacteria exist in a large ecosystem and in ...

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    The expert examines microorganisms and benefits in the human environments.