Traducción de microbe en Español:


microbio, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmʌɪkrəʊb//ˈmaɪˌkroʊb/


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    microbio masculino
    • These resistant microbes may include bacteria that were present from the start.
    • The T-cell system develops early in life and the only way it can develop is to be exposed to bacteria and other microbes.
    • This method uses gene-altered microbes to rid the mouth of the bacteria that cause cavities.
    • The approach starts with a weakened version of a microbe called an adenovirus.
    • Pasteur was convinced that microbes caused diseases in humans but his work on cholera had failed.
    • Complex sugars coat almost every cell in the body, as well as microbes that cause disease.
    • Bacteria and microbes in the soil and in the waste itself do a spectacular job of breaking down the waste.
    • You have to have the microbe, the bacteria get into you somehow, either through the skin, through the stomach or breathe it in through the air.
    • Once the bacterium is within the macrophage, the macrophage's bactericidal mechanisms destroy the microbe.
    • In this sense, Pasteur believed that microbes could spread diseases among humans.
    • Theirs was the first report showing that a host nutritional deficiency could turn a harmless microbe into a pathogen.
    • A virus is a parasite, which needs a host cell to live in, and a microbe is a bacterium, which is a living cell in its own right.
    • They will tend to wipe out the entire population, which, unfortunately from the point of the microbe causing the disease, wipes the microbe out as well.
    • Initially identified with herpes, the microbe is now thought to cause various malignant tumors as well as a form of lymphoma.
    • Then there was the popular microbe theory, wherein a living microbe or bacillus caused baldness.
    • Clearly the disease microbes brought over by the Europeans had already done a lot of their work.
    • E. coli is similar in size to the Legionnella pneumophila bacterium and so acted as a model microbe for their proof of principle experiments.
    • I tried to explain about microbes, viruses, but my heart wasn't really in it.
    • The microbe is unusual in that most other bacteria in the same family are harmless to humans.
    • When a worm dines on one of these microbial strains, the microbe's RNA is freed to turn off the corresponding worm gene.