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 Microbiology is a field of scientific study that emphasizes unicellular organisms and colonies, and subcellular genetic matter and their ecological interactions with human beings and other life.

Two closely related disciplines are Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

"The earth is an amazingly nurturing environment for microorganisms. Altshough it has been fancifully nicknamed the “blue planet” or the “water planet,” the earth is truly the “planet of the microbes.” They are the dominant organisms living in most natural environments, and they are woven tightly through the cycles of all living things. Because of this fact, microbiologists are accustomed to finding extraordinary microbes in unusual places." -- From: Foundations in Microbiology




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