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Effects of horizontal gene transfer, seen from the viewpoint of diversity analysis of bacterial lineages, may seem a rather abstruse topic. Yet horizontal gene transfer among bacteria usually has immediate, practical effects on human health.
Since bacteria can add information, could this process be used as evidence for evolution? The answer is no. Evolutionists may argue that this is acquiring information, but the acquisition of small DNA segments is still leading to disease.
According to Genesis, everything was not only good as God pronounced it to be, but He pronounced it very good. Therefore, it is evident that disease has no origin in the beginning; furthermore, disease itself was not created, because that would not be consistent with God’s nature and the perfect creation.
The emphasis of this article is to explain some of the “very good” design and purpose of Staphylococci and other good, beneficial bacteria of the nose.
Another example of design which can be seen in the microbial world is the production of a blood-red pigment made by Serratia marcescens.
There are many extraordinary examples of design in the microbial world. In this chapter, two examples are given.
Fleas are considered a nuisance. How can they be explained as a part of God’s very good creation?
Microbes live in a mutualistic relationship with the human body, make up the human microbiome, and play a role in our health by modulating the immune system.
The objectives of this article are to explain the mysterious appearance of crimson-colored bacteria on food and communion bread/wafers, over the centuries, as well as to describe the biological basis
Microbiology is dominated by evolution today. Just look at any text, journal article, or the topics presented at professional scientific meetings.
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