Young researchers! Twenty questionnaires filled and can draw the first conclusions. Not all ventured alone to grow hay bacillus and examine it under a microscope, and those who did it, do not regret it. It's so interesting to witness the representative of the invisible world! While not wishing to share their method of growing bacteria, but I'm sure that there are among us! It's a matter of time!
But the role of bacteria in more detail studied by our researchers! It turns out they make us very mixed feelings. On the one hand, without them we simply can not go on! They are excellent nurses and thanks to their work, we live on a clean planet. The bacteria help plants absorb nitrogen from the air. With their help we can get such useful for a growing body of lactic acid products and more. That is, they need all living organisms! But on the other hand, amongst them there are many pests that cause useless books, products, cause disease, but in fact we are the intelligent beings, to come up with how to protect themselves in this situation! Young researchers GlobalLab, we are waiting for new discoveries!
Hay or bacterium Bacillus subtilis (Bacillus subtilis) - is one of the very common bacteria in nature and has long been known in the art. She had seen and studied more famous Ehrenberg. Name of your body that has received from that in the old days it was obtained solely from boiled and sealed with a cotton plug hay infusions sometime after boiling. And all because of the dispute hay bacillus remains viable even after the three - hour boil when other bacteria are killed.
Bacillus subtilis - a fairly large, straight, colorless bacilli, which can be seen at a magnification of at least 300 times. Bacillus subtilis is found in nature in various decaying organic residues, as she often gets in heavily polluted and drinking well water. Bacillus subtilis can produce proteases, amylases, some amino acids and polysaccharides. Proteases are used as components of detergents for fat removal and hair for currying. This organism is able to produce antibiotics, and even hay bacillus used in biosecurity plants. Here's an interesting microbe!