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What is the biggest difference between probiotics and pathogens?
How do probiotics ability to break down food in our stomach help us?
What are probiotics and what do they do to help our bodies function properly?
Which of the following is NOT a way that humans use bacteria for beneficial purposes?
What do some microorganisms need in order to transmit diseases?
Select ALL of the following that are examples of pathogens. (4 choices)
What would happen if humans did not have microorganisms inside their gut?
Where can you find microorganisms?
After a person takes an antibiotic to fight a bacterial infection in the body, some doctors recommend taking a pill called a probiotic every day. The list shows some facts about probiotics.
Which argument BEST supports the claim that humans benefit from taking probiotics?
A student observed a label found on raw chicken meat sold at the grocery store.
Warning: Cook thoroughly to kill bacteria.
Which argument should the student use to support a claim that some bacteria are harmful to humans?
A student collects a sample of pond water in a jar to observe the microscopic algae that live in the water. The student then places a drop of the pond water on a microscope slide and observes it under a microscope. The drawings show what the student observed in the jar and on the slide.
Which claim is supported by evidence in the drawings?