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New Microbes

In response to the changing environment, new varieties of mutant strains of microbes are developing. These mutant microbes have better adaptability and life cycle than their previous strains. These are called new microbes. These new microbes are responsible for the development of new diseases and hence there is a need of studying these extensively to prevent human sufferings.

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