​​​​​​​The human microbiome is the totality of all microorganisms living on and in us, also known as microbes. Most of these microorganisms by far are bacteria, but they also include archaea (primordial bacteria), yeasts and tiny algae. Viruses are often counted as microorganisms, although they do not have their own metabolism and cannot reproduce themselves. and cannot reproduce themselves. The majority of our subtenants are good spirits, but under certain conditions some are dangerous under certain conditions.
An illustrative infographic about the microbes on our bodies.
Microbiom Illustration 

Microbiom main illustration 

Infografikseite zum Microbiom in der National Geographic

Published page In the National Geographic (german)

...in the stomach and intestines
...in the stomach and intestines
...in the respiratory tract
...in the respiratory tract
...in the genitourinary tract
...in the genitourinary tract
...on the skin
...on the skin

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