Microbial Ecology

What’s that smell?

Did you know that bacteria make us humans and other animals smell the way we do? On top of that, animals use that smell to communicate with each other. The “fermentation hypothesis of chemical recognition” says that bacteria in the scent glands of mammals generate metabolites with specific odors...

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The gut Microbiome can Influence the Brain

You may have heard of the microbiome, the community of microbes that lives in our gastrointestinal tract, as it is getting a lot of research attention since genetic techniques advanced in recent years. That gave researchers the power http://cialisfrance24.com to assess what species were living in our guts and...

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Fungus can Easily Release Toxins Into the air

It’s known that some common molds can be harmful to human health; researchers have confirmed that several kinds of fungi that grow indoors on wallpaper produce toxins that can easily go airborne. When they are present in the air, people just inhale them, at which point they can cause...

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Hello world!

Welcome to Skool 2. This is my first post. I finally managed to push myself to get things rolling. Get those thoughts out and start acting on them. Time wait for no one.

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