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MIcrobiome vocab

Microbiome study avocab. sci7 per1

Antibiotics Medicines that kill microorganisms, Especially bacteria.
Bacteria tiny organisms that are made of a single cell.
cells The tiny
Claim A proposed answer about the natural world.
Evidence Information about the natural world used to support or go against a claim.
Infection sickness caused by harmful microorganisms
Microbiome all of the microorganisms that live in the human body.
microorganism an organism that is too small to be seen with the naked eye.
microscopic too small to be seen with the naked eye.
Organisms Living things such as plants, animals and bacteria
Population A group of the same type of organism living in the same area.
Bias in favor of 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 carefully collect data about 1 example over a period of time
refute to go against
Created by: Jacob.Grisko