Microbes vary in their tolerance of and requirements for oxygen. While obligate aerobes require oxygen to survive, other microbes can be kil

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Microbes vary in their tolerance of and requirements for oxygen. While obligate aerobes require oxygen to survive, other microbes can be killed by oxygen. H. pylori is considered a microaerophile as it grows best in a low oxygen environments, which is consistent with the environment in the stomach. What type(s) of microbe is/are likely to be found in the following locations of the body

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bonexptip 3 months 2021-07-26T01:37:05+00:00 1 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-07-26T01:38:39+00:00

    Hi. Unfortunately, you did not submit the parts of the body to which the question refers, which makes it impossible for it to be answered. However, I will try to help you as best I can.

    Microorganisms can be aerobic or anaerobic. Aerobics are those that survive in the presence of oxygen and therefore may be present in parts of the cup that have contact with oxygen. Anaerobic organisms are those that do not survive in the presence of oxygen and therefore can only be present in places in the body that do not come into contact with oxygen.

    In this case, to answer your question, you need to identify if the parts of the body, that your question presents, come into contact with oxygen or not. This way it is possible to inform if the microorganisms that these parts of the body have are anaerobic or aerobic.

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