The Airbrone Microbe in the air actually refers to all kinds of microorganisms floating in the air, including viruses, rickettsiae, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, etc. These microorganisms are generally invisible to the naked eye, they are more or less Less affects human health.
The virus is the smallest microorganism with a size between 0.008 μm and 0.3 μm and is an organism that resides in the presence of parasites in cells. Such as influenza virus, hepatitis B virus, HIV, SARS virus, almost no introduction, we heard too much.
This is an organism with a size between the virus and the bacteria. It also parasitizes other cells, mainly pathogens of typhoid fever and tsutsugamushi disease. Rickettsia proliferates in the cells of arthropods such as cockroaches, and is present in large amounts in its excrement. When humans and animals are bitten by ticks with Rickettsia, they are prone to disease.
Everyone is familiar with the bacteria, its size in the 0.5μm to 100μm or so, according to the shape of spherical bacteria, rod-shaped bacteria, spiral bacteria. Bacteria mainly rely on invading cells or tissues to produce toxins that cause diseases in humans. Bacteria are the pathogens of many diseases. For example, Legionnaires disease, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, anthrax, syphilis, plague, trachoma, stomach, etc., are caused by bacteria.
There are more than 70,000 known fungi on Earth, the most common of which is mushrooms, but we are referring here to some of the tiny fungi that affect the human body. At present, pathogenic fungi are found, mainly fungi, and there are about 300 kinds, such as Aspergillus flavus, Candida, etc. Fungal infections can cause skin diseases and invasive fungal infections, such as various tinea corporis and pulmonary spores. Serebriosis, aspergillosis, cryptococcosis, etc.
The protozoa are also called protozoa. They are generally 1μm to several millimeters in size and are roughly classified as flagellates, succulents, cysts, and trichomoniasis. They mainly rely on parasitic life. Protozoa enter the body, and some of them are pathogenic, such as black fever pathogens, trypanosomiasis, dysentery within the amoeba, malaria parasites and so on.
In addition to the above, there are also some microorganisms that are harmful to the human body, such as dust mites, pet scales, allergens, etc., which are abundant in human space.