Bacteria: Constituting a large domain of prokaryotic microorganisms, bacteria are typically a few micrometres in length and come in several shapes. They were among the first life forms on Earth and are present in nearly all its habitats, including soil, water, and extreme environments like hot springs and deep earth’s crust. Bacteria play a crucial role in nutrient recycling and can form symbiotic or parasitic relationships with plants and animals. While the majority of bacteria are harmless or beneficial, some species are pathogenic and cause diseases. In the context of disaster cleanup, bacteria can pose health risks in affected areas, necessitating professional remediation services like those provided by Bio Clean of Utah.

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