Why is Identify Unknown Bacteria Important?


It is very important to identify unknown bacteria on surfaces both on the body or in the environment around it. This is important because some strains of bacteria can be deadly.
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Identifying an unknown bacteria is very important, because it could be the cause to an illness or it could be unknown to the scientific community. Cataloging what we don't know protects our society from harmful organisms.
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