Tiny living creatures, such as bacteria.
Microscopically small living things that digest organic material through metabolic activity.
tiny organisms too small to see with just the eye; germs.
Animals and plants that are too small to be seen clearly with the naked eye.
included are bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, algae, protozoa, beneficial nematodes, and yeast which exist to breakdown organic matter into mineral elements.
Organisms such as bacteria that are so small they can be seen only by using a microscope.
bacteria, moulds and yeasts
Tiny living things that can be seen through a microscope.
A microscopic organism especially a bacterium, protozoan.
Living bodies that can be seen only through a microscope.
Bacteria, parasites, viruses, yeast, fungi and molds capable of causing disease that can only be viewed with a microscope. Food items infected with a pathogenic microorganism usually look no different than an uninfected food item.
include algae, bacteria, mold and fungus. Control of microorganisms is the reason pool and spa water require continuous sanitizing with chemicals or methods such as chlorine, bromine, biguanide, algaecides, ozone, ionization, ultra-violet, etc.
organisms of microscopic or ultramicroscopic size Minnehaha: Point-Source Pollution
Independent organisms of microscopic size, including bacteria, yeast, and mold. When alive in a suitable environment, they grow rapidly and may divide or reproduce every 10 to 30 minutes. Therefore, they reach high populations very quickly. Undesirable microorganisms cause disease and food spoilage. Microorganisms are sometimes intentionally added to ferment foods, make antibiotics, and for other reasons.
Microscopic organisms including bacteria and fungi.
microscopic organisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, plants, and animals.
Organisms that are so small that they can only be observed through a microscope, for instance bacteria, fungi or yeasts.
bacteria or germs that are so small that they can be seen only through a microscope.
Living organisms so small they can only be seen through a microscope
Microscopic life forms that require energy, carbon, and small amounts of inorganic elements to grow and multiply.
Bacteria, fungi and viruses are the pathogenic microorganisms that must be controlled through careful cleaning and maintenance, especially in restroom.
an animal or plant of microscopic size, especially a bacterium or protozoan, which is capable of transmitting disease.
organisms of microscopic size, such as bacteria, amoeba, and viruses.
Very small living organisms that can only be seen through a microscope. Some microorganisms use the wastes in wastewater for food and because of this are used as part of the wastewater treatment process.
An organism of microscopic or ultramicroscopic size.
Also called microbes. Very tiny life forms such as bacteria, algae, diatoms, parasites, plankton, and fungi. Some can cause disease.
Bacteria, yeasts, simple fungi, algae, protozoans, and a number of other organisms that are microscopic in size. Most are beneficial but some produce disease. Others are involved in composting and sewage treatment. Milligrams/liter (mg/l): A measure of concentration used in the measurement of fluids. Mg/l is the most common way to present a concentration in water and is roughly equivalent to parts per million.
Tiny living organisms that can be seen only with the aid of a microscope. Some microorganisms can cause acute health problems when consumed in drinking water. Also known as microbes.
Very small organisms; so small that you need to use a microscope to see them.
The organisms which are invisible or only barely visible with the unaided eye.
Microscopic organisms, either plant or animal, invisible or barely visible to the naked eye. Examples are algae, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses.
Living cells seen only with the aid of a powerful microscope. A general term referring to bacteria, molds and yeasts.
Microscopically small living organisms that digest decomposable materials through metabolic activity. Microorganisms are active in the composting process.
An organism of microscopic or submicroscopic size, especially a bacterium or protozoan.
Organisms that can be seen only with the aid of a microscope. They are also known as microbes.
means yeasts, molds, bacteria, viruses, and other similar microscopic organisms having public health or sanitary concern. This definition includes, but is not limited to, species that: (1) Have public health significance; (2) Could cause a component, dietary ingredient, or dietary supplement to decompose; (3) Indicate that the component, dietary ingredient, or dietary supplement is contaminated with filth; or (4) Otherwise may cause the component, dietary ingredient, or dietary supplement to be adulterated. Must is used to state mandatory requirements. [Definition from Proposed Rule: Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding Dietary Ingredients and Dietary Supplements; 68 FR 12251
Forms of life that can be seen only with the aid of a microscope, including bacteria, viruses, yeasts, algae and single-celled animals.
Microscopic plants or animals.
Microscopic one- or multi-celled organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, yeasts, algae, fungi and protozoans. Microorganismes
Organisms too small to be seen with the unaided eye, including bacteria, protozoans, yeasts, viruses, and algae.
organisms that cannot be seen without magnification.
A diverse group of simple life forms including protozoans, algae, bacteria, diatoms, plankton, fungi and viruses.
Microorganisms are tiny living organisms, only seen by microscope, that can cause acute health problems when consumed in drinking water.
tiny living things that can only be seen with a microscope
organisms so small (e.g., bacteria and yeast) that they can be seen only with a microscope.
Simple unicellular and structurally similar representatives of the plant and animal kingdoms. With few exceptions, the unicellular organisms are invisible to the naked eye and generally have dimensions of between a fraction of a micron and 200 micron.
Small organisms such as bacteria and other minute entities; usually invisible to the unaided eye.
tiny life forms such as bacteria, usually not visible to the naked eye
microscopic living creatures; bacteria, protozoa, fungi and algae
The members of the microflora and microfauna that can only be seen with a microscope.
Microscopic organisms such as bacteria, protozoans, yeast, viruses or algae. Typically refers to single-celled organisms that can only be observed under the microscope.
Organisms, such as bacteria and viruses, that are too small to be seen with the naked eye.