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Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1946.

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Pagination74 pages
Number of Pages74
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Open LibraryOL26191671M
OCLC/WorldCa7960552

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A.A. Prasetyo, R. Sariyatun, in The Microbiology of Skin, Soft Tissue, Bone and Joint Infections, Oral Bacteria. Oral bacteria colonization on the surfaces of the teeth can generate dental biofilm, subsequently induce inflammatory response and cause gingivitis. 52 Continuous inflammation leads to the loosening of the teeth, occasional pain, impaired mastication, and eventual tooth. Oral ecology refers to the organisms that live in a mouth. Bacteria in biofilm were first detected under the microscopes of Antony van Leeuwenhoek in the 17th century. Various bacteria and saliva are two of the major components in oral microbiology, having the capability to be harmful, but also performing beneficial and necessary roles in the immune system. Protist; bacterial types; bacteria from human mouth, smear showing different types of bacteria. Product details Product Dimensions: 2 x x 3 inches ; ounces.   The mouth houses the second most diverse microbial community in the body, harbouring over species of bacteria that colonise the hard surfaces of Cited by:

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blue micro organisms illustration, Human Microbiome Project Dietary supplement Disease Gut flora Microbiota, Sky blue insect-shaped microbes free png size: xpx filesize: MB Mouth, Infection, Disease, Virus, Contagious Disease, Infectious Disease, Warning Sign, Hazard Symbol free png size: xpx filesize: KB.   The study of the human microbiome—the booming and much-hyped quest to understand the microbes that share our bodies—began in the mouth. Specifically, it . Oral microbiology is the study of the microorganisms (microbiota) of the oral cavity and their interactions between oral microorganisms or with the host. The environment present in the human mouth is suited to the growth of characteristic microorganisms found there. It provides a source of water and nutrients, as well as a moderate temperature. The oral cavity is similar to other sites of the body in that it is colonized with ‘normal flora’ in a symbiotic relationship. Indeed, it has been estimated that the average human body is.