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Describe two ways beneficial bacteria help defend against pathogenic bacteria.

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  1. inkyvoyd Group Title
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    Well, one example: ur gut.

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  2. Nimwhitted Group Title
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    ?

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  3. gatorgalvet Group Title
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    srry can't help here sorry :(

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  4. inkyvoyd Group Title
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    What happens in your intestines?

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  5. gatorgalvet Group Title
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    WAIT ONE SEC

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  6. Nimwhitted Group Title
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    uhmm food digests? i dont really know

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    What digests food?

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    The majority of bacteria are in fact beneficial and necessary to good health. They provide digestive help, fight against infection and help protect and regenerate the intestinal tract. The pathogenic bacteria are held in check and there are enough beneficial bacteria present to perform digestive and regenerative functions.

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    gator, please do not answer snipe. Googling the problem is also a form of plaigerism without citation.

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    If you can't help someone by yourself, at least make sure everyone knows.

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  11. gatorgalvet Group Title
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    I was about to give it credit it was at chacha

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  12. Nimwhitted Group Title
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    Enzymes?

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  13. gatorgalvet Group Title
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    sorry

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    Fail. I mean, what digests food in your intestines?

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    (I meant I fail lol)

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  16. Nimwhitted Group Title
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    the stomach, acids, or enzymes? i really dont know

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  17. inkyvoyd Group Title
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    Along with those, the bacteria.

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    Did you know that there are more bacteria cells then human cells in any healthy human's body?

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