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Microbiome vocab

Antibiotics medicine that kills the good and bad bacteria
Bacteria a single celled microorganism that makes up up much of the microbiome
Cells the tiny struts that make up all living things and are the smallest units able to perform life functions
Claim a proposed answer to a question about the natural world
Evidence information about the natural world that is used to support or go against a claim
Infection sickness caused by a bad microbiome
Microbiome tiny living things found in and on the human body
Microorganism tiny living things
Microscopic to small to see with the naked eye
organisms living things
population a group of the same type of organisms living in the same area
reasoning the process is making in the clear by connecting evidence to claim
scale the relatives size of things
scientific Argument a claim supported by evidence
Bias in favor or against a thing in a way that is considered to be unfair
credibility being trusted or believed in
data facts and statistics collected
case study study carefully collected data about 1 example over a period of time
Created by: Riley L