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Bacterium in Novae Hamptoniensis

Germs and bacteria are everywhere, and in today’s world we don’t even seem to notice all the shared surfaces we touch without washing our hands. Most bacterium are harmless and they keep us healthy, by digest food and protect from other harmful germs otherwise known as pathogens through vaccines and medications. Germs grow the best at high temperatures, in dark areas, with wet conditions. Madison Schumacher conducted a lab in her IB Biology class, investigating if location on NHS campus affects the number of bacteria living on the surfaces.

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