Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Bacteria"

O significado de "Bacteria" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa We’re better off with bacteria ?
A: Having bacteria is better than the alternative
Q: O que significa That bacteria can lead to cavities and infections, and really, isn’t an infection in the main hole in your face that’s pretty close to your brain about the last thing you want??
A: It's being somewhat sarcastic, like something a comedian (or a dentist trying to be funny) might say.

First, the "serious" part:
"That bacteria can lead to cavities and infections" is talking about a type of bacteria that can cause problems with your teeth and mouth.

Next, the sarcastic part:
The "main hole" in your face would be your mouth. It's said this way to be funny, but also emphasizes that your mouth is pretty important.

"that's pretty close to your brain" is completely unnecessary and is again said to be funny. Your brain is arguably the most important part of your body. Your mouth is very close to your brain. The implication is that an infection in your mouth could spread to your brain, which would be bad. Again, this is meant to be taken as a joke, and not literally.

"about the last thing you want" is a funny way to say something is undesirable.

The first thing I want: a mountain of gold!
The last thing I want: to die a horrible death.

So, basically, this sentence is a humorous way of saying:
That bacteria can cause mouth infections and cavities, which are serious problems.
Q: O que significa bacteria?
A: more commonly called "germs".
The micro-organisms that can cause disease.

Palavras similares a "Bacteria" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre bacteria e germ ?
A: Bacteria is a scientific name they are single celled organisms.

Germs can be bacteria, fungi, parasites or viruses that lead to disease or illness.

Germs make you ill.

You can catch germs and get germs from touching things.

Not all bacteria makes you ill but some bacteria does make you ill.

Yakult is a type of yogurt drink it contains good bacteria to aid healthy digestion.

Q: Qual é a diferença entre bacteria e germs ?
A: Germs are a broader category for any microscopic thing that spreads disease. They include bacteria, viruses, and fungal infections. The more scientific term for them is "pathogens."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre bacteria e germ ?
A: Bacteria is a specific type of germ. Germ is a broader category that can include bacteria and viruses.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre bacteria e germ ?
A: 違いは使われている場面だけ

bacteriaは正式的な言葉(わるい、いい細菌も含まれている)
germsはちょっと子供ぽい、砕けた言い方(普段わるいばい菌を表す)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre bacteria e virus e germ ?
A: @Billy_827: bacteria is a larger quantity of germs. and virus a is more like an infection of some sort.

Traduções de "Bacteria"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? bacteria, germ,what's the difference?which is commonly used ?
A: “Germs” is a general category which “bacteria” fall under. There are four main types of germs: bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa.

In science and writing, you’ll want to use the specific type instead of the more general term - “germs” - when referring to one of the four types listed above.

For example:
“There is a strain of bacterium now thought to be antibacterial-resistant.”
“Viruses operate by attaching to host cells and then replicating to spread throughout the body.”

For casual speech, sometimes “germs” can be used:
“Don’t touch me! I don’t want your germs!” (I’ve said this jokingly to my older brother when he was sick and acted like he was going to hug me.)

So it depends on the context when to use them. Sorry for the long explanation, but hope this helped!
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? bacteria
A: bacterium

Outras perguntas sobre "Bacteria"

Q: The bacteria helps Kimchi to be fermented.
The bacteria helps Kimchi fermented soa natural?
A: "The bacteria helps (the) kimchi to *ferment*."
Q: I work with bacteria so it’s not just my laughter that’s contagious.

What does “just” mean when used in this way (・・?)
A: Just means that his laughter is contagious and that the person he is talking to probably knows that already



Eg: I don’t want milk I just want sugar

I don’t drink alcohol I just come here to dance
Q: what do I call the good bacterias contained in some diary products like yogurt?
A: @overrunie probiotic literally means 'good for health'. It is most commonly used to refer to good bacteria, but it can also refer to things like vitamins or nutrients.

If you used it in that way, everyone would probably understand what you meant, but to be more specific you should say 'probiotic bacteria'.
Q: What happens if all bacteria disappear from Earth?
In July, when the heat wave is so intense, there are unwelcome guests more frightening than mosquitoes. The guests often spoil food, cause cholera, tooth decay, enteritis and other infectious diseases, and eat away at the health of humans. The unwelcome guest is bacteria! But what if all bacteria disappear from Earth? Are you happy just imagining? Just in time, '*Bacterinos' showed up and started removing all the bacteria from the Earth to keep the peace of the Earth. He(Bacterinos) didn't even give us time to ask questions, he starts sucking in all the bacteria on the earth with a bacterial gauntlet. How does the world change when bacteria disappear? Will we be as happy as we can imagine?

*Bacterinos: 'Bacterinos' is a parody of the villain ‘Thanos’ in the movie The Avengers. In the movie, Thanos aims to eliminate half of the life in space.
soa natural?
A: It is very good in general, but there are some mistakes!

-First, I would recommend you change the title to: "What would happen if all bacteria disappeared from Earth?"

Some other recommendations (words that I think should be changed are in capital letters):

-"In July, when the heat wave is VERY intense..."

-"THESE guests often spoil food, cause cholera, tooth decay AND enteritis AMONG other infectious diseases..." (side note: the term "enteritis" might be too advanced if the story is aimed at children)

-"THESE unwelcome guests ARE bacteria! But what if all bacteria DISAPPEARED from Earth? CAN YOU imagine?" Just in time, 'Bacterinos' showed up and started removing all bacteria from Earth to keep peace ON the PLANET." (it sounds unnatural if you repeat Earth two times in a row)

-"... he just STARTED sucking UP all the bacteria on Earth with HIS bacterial gauntlet."

-"Will we be as happy as we IMAGINED?"

I think that's about it. Good luck with your story!
Q: Nitrogen-fixing bacteria producing nitrogen fertilizer
Nitrogen is 78% in the air, but it is difficult for plants to absorb because nitrogen atoms are tightly bound together. For plants to absorb, the bond between the nitrogen atoms must be broken, which is done by bacteria in the soil. 'Nitrogen-fixing bacteria' and 'ammonia-oxidizing bacteria' make the nitrogen molecule (N2) into 'ammonium ion (NH4+)' and 'nitrifying bacteria' turn the ammonium ion into nitrate (NO3-) again. Ammonium ions and nitrates are dissolved in water and absorbed into the roots of plants and then used to make various proteins necessary for plant cell membranes and hormone production. If there are no bacteria in the soil, plants can’t make protein and will die.


Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
In addition to carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, elements such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, copper and zinc are needed for plants to survive. ‘Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria’ living near the roots of plants supply these essential elements to plants. Some of these bacteria dissolve the elements contained in the rock to make it a compound that plants can absorb. Typically, ‘potassium solubilizing bacteria (produce K)’, ‘phosphate solubilizing bacteria (produce P)’, and ‘siderophore-producing bacteria(produce Fe)’ can be melted from rock to help the plant absorb it. There are even bacteria that produce 'indoleacetic acid (IAA)', a hormone needed for plant growth. Plants are difficult to survive without rhizobacteria.
soa natural?
A: no problem 😊. When you spend enough time with the language, sentences will sound natural or unnatural. I never really learnt English Grammer you pick most of it up as you hear it growing up. The same way you know korean and can tell whether a sentence sounds right or not even without knowing grammar rules.

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