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Derived Form of microbes

root word: microbe
plural: microbes
root word: microbe
Noun: microbe
a minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium); the term is not in technical use
Synonymsmicrobe, bug, germ,
Type ofmicroorganisms,
See alsomicrobic,

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  3. called chewing the cud, or rumination. And, it is microbes in the rumen, in that
  4. ruminant animal itself, it's microbes, bacteria, and others that take the feed
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  7. If nothing else, Luke Skywalker's grandfather being a collection of sentient microbes that
  8. bacteria in our guts these microbes are
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  11. but the good microbes in our guts do
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  13. from disease causing microbes.
  14. colony because in the wild, the elements, creatures, and microbes help keep ant nests
  15. below the seafloor off the coast of Japan, and discovered living microbes.
  16. And the genomes of these under-sea microbes showed that they were actually more similar
  17. So its possible that these microbes are descendants of terrestrial ones from 20 million
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  19. The container allowed filtered air to enter the flask, but would catch any microbes in
  20. Then he waited, and nothing happened -- the broth never spoiled, meaning microbes werent