Bacteria refers to the living single-cell organisms. Bacteria can be carried by water, wind, insects, plants, animals, and people and survive well on skin and clothes and in human hair.

They also thrive in scabs, scars, the mouth, nose, throat, intestines, and room-temperature foods.

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Bacteria refer to living organisms, microscopic in size, which usually consist of a single cell. Most bacteria use organic matter for their food and produce waste products as a result of their life processes.

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Bacteria pertain to any of a large group of microscopic plants constituting the class Schizomycetaceae, having round, rod-like, spiral, or filamentous single-celled bodies that are often aggregated into colonies, are often motile by means of flagella, and reproduce by fission or by the formation of asexual resting spores. They may live in soil, water, organic matter, or the live bodies of plants and animals.

In ethanol production, bacteria are significant in that they compete with yeast to ferment the available sugars in a mash to products other than ethanol, and cause losses in yield.
For rum fermentations , however, some bacterial cultures may be added to help produce certain desired congeners.

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