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Microbes are a diverse group of organisms divided into the following. Viruses, unicellular groups (Archaea, Eubacteria, Protista, fungi, and Chlorophyta). Besides some number of plants with a simple multicellular structure (the more giant mushrooms and Chlorophyta).


Microbiology is a term used to describe the study of microorganisms. The name adds today functional Ecology and molecular biology to the discipline. Microbiology was first used in the late 17th century when Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria.


The microclimate is the modified climate close to a building, usually due to man’s intervention refers to a local atmospheric zone. The term may refer to areas as small as a garden or many kilometres away. Microclimates exist, for example near a small lake which may cool the local atmosphere, or in densely urban areas.


Microorganism. It is a Microorganisms in all three major kingdoms of life: the Bacteria, the Archaea, and the Eukarya. The presence of a nucleus defines the eukaryotes, while both the Bacteria and Archaea defined as prokaryotes

Microstructure fibre

The microstructure of fibres is a term used to describe the examination of fibre features such as surface contour and cross-sectional shape that are only visible through a light microscope. Surface contour defines the surface along its length of the fibre, and the property is significant regarding issues such as fibre friction, especially when it comes to comfort when worn next to the skin.