فكر وحل لغز “ميكروبي2” للحصول على الدرجات العليا

هنا تجد المتعة والتسلية والتفكير الشيق لحل مشكلة محلية ذات علاقة بالأحياء الدقيقة الطبية – الوحدة 2- وكذلك الحصول على درجات عالية في المقرر

شاهد المقطع أدناه بخصوص أكل الحشرات ثم إقترح ماذا تتوقع أن تجد من أنواع وأجناس بكتيريا وميكروبات يتناولها الناس مع طعامهم يومياً بالوطن الغالي !! – ضع إجاباتك ضمن التعليقات أخر الصفحة باللغة الإنجليزية طبعاَ

Watch the video below describing entomophagy – then list the species of bacteria and microbes that are being consumed with our foods in Saudi Arabia  

25 comments on “فكر وحل لغز “ميكروبي2” للحصول على الدرجات العليا

  1. Salam Alikum Doctor.
    This video was not make me eat easy now. eating bugs!
    I heard you said cheese and laban have bacteria. Lactobacillus and streptococcus.

      • Hello. I want the full mark on this one. so I want to list all microbes that we eat
        1) Locust (i look this long time searching for it in English 😉
        2) lactobacillus
        3) streptococcus
        4) yeast
        5) lactococcus
        Doctor, tell me if I am right 😉

      • Salam everyone,
        The doctor say there are more. I looked out for long time and the same speices always the same. but i find this one different: Saccharomyces cerevisiae…

    • DEAR FOUAD,
      Thanks for your comments. Good to be first. You captured two bacterial genera (lactobacillus and streptococcus) that are common in our foods. of course your friends can tell us some species from these genera or others that can be used in our foods as well. Thanks Fouad,
      Best wishes

      DEAR GARMALLAH ALZAHRANI,
      Thanks for your input. You said yeast, of course yeast are part of our daily food intake. We eat yeasts with bread, cake and many other products. Well done. Thanks Garmallah Alzahran,

      DEAR ABDUL RAHMAN,
      Well done as well. You listed the same microbes your friends mentioned, and added one more (lactococcus), which can be found with many cheeses. Thanks Abdul Rahman.

      DEAR KHALID,
      Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a good answer. this is the most commonly used species of yeast in the making of bread and cakes and pastry. It is also called baker’s yeast. You can buy it from any supermarket!!! just ask for it, and once you have some you can mixed it with flour, eggs, milk and some sugar, oil and water to make a great dough..Then leave it to ferment a little before putting it in the oven to make a great baking. Thanks Khalid.

      WELL DONE THE 4 OF YOU. GREAT STATR TO THIS DISCUSSION
      OF COURSE THERE ARE MORE.. TRY TO ADD ANY MORE MICROBES THAT CAN BE USED TO TREAT DISEASES OR AS PART OF OUR FOOD, IN SAUDI ARABIA OR IN ANY COUNTRY..
      BEST WISHES

  2. Salam everyone.
    Great topics.. I go deep in water and foind shrimps and crabs too.
    Also bacteria we ate plus you what mentioned is Bifidobacteria, thermophilus.

    • Dear Ali Bader Al-Ghamdi,
      Thanks for your insightful remarks, we do eat shrimps and Bifidobacteria and streptococcus thermophilus are also very common part of the bacterial flora we can enjoy with different products.
      Best wishes

  3. Probiotics are friendly bacteria that live in the intestines. Promoting healthy digestion and absorption of some nutrients, they act to crowd out pathogens, such as yeasts, other bacteria and viruses that may otherwise cause disease. Probiotics develop a mutually advantageous symbiosis with the human gastrointestinal tract. They benefit from the foods we ingest and our bodies utilize the byproducts of their life processes. Acidophilus is the most well known probiotic, but there are thousands of other strains that offer health benefits.
    Lactobacilli
    Lactobacillus acidophilus is the most well known probiotic and one of the most important for the health of the small intestine. Besides the linging of the intestine, Acidophilus can also take up residence in the vagina, cervix or urethra. Acidophilus inhibits pathogens, and produces such natural antibiotics as lactocidin and acidophilin, which enhance immunity. Acidophilus has anti-microbial effects against staphylococcus aureus, salmonella, E. coli and candida albicans.

    Lactobacillus brevis, abbreviated L. brevis, is a lactic acid producing probiotic that is helpful in synthesizing Vitamins D and K.

    L. bulgaricus, used in yogurt fermentation plays a protective role by producing lactic acid, which creates a friendly environment for other species.

    L. plantarum makes lactolin, another natural antibiotic. Plantarum can also synthesize L-lysine, an anti-viral amino acid. This organism eliminates nitrate, promoting nitric oxide levels and decreases pathogens.

    L. rhamnosus has a high tolerance to bile salts, surviving in less than favorable environments. This species has shown benefit to the elderly and infants alike. Rhamnosus helps with lactose intolerance, protects the small intestine, and produces lactic acid in the large intestine. Other strains of lactobacilli include L. fermentum, L. caucasicus, L helveticus, L. lactis, L. reuteri and L. casei.

    Bifidobacteria
    Bifidobacterium bifidum is the most recognized of this category. Living within the mucus lining of the large intestine and/or vaginal tract, bifidum prevents pathogenic bacteria and yeast from invading. Bifidum creates favorable changes in pH levels by producing lactic and acetic acids. In addition, this species increase absorption of iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc.

    B. infantis simulates the production of cytokines that affect the immune system, and can kill off such pathogens as clostrida, salmonella and shigella. B. longum colonizes the large intestine. It prevents unfriendly bacteria and yeast from taking residence. This can decrease the frequency of gastrointestinal problems, such as diarrhea, and nausea during antibiotic use.

    Other Strains
    Streptococcus thermophilus is another probiotic used to make yogurt. Breaking down lactose to create lactase, the enzyme that digests milk sugars, this species can help with lactose intolerance. Other Streptococcus strains include cremoris, faecium and infantis.

    Enterococcus faecium has shown in studies to be helpful for diarrhea, shortening duration of symptoms. It kills pathogenic microbes, such as rotavirus. Studies have also shown this strain to lower LDL or bad cholesterol. This organism is very resistant to antibiotics. Although a transient guest, Enterococcus faecium is a welcome natural resident in the human body.

  4. We drink camel urine sometime to treat disease… they eat stool.. yaky,
    is we look for good microorganisms in camel urine??

    • Salam Mohammed Ateah,
      Great research and nice sharing.. Thanks. But what is the future for this technology.. This is a question for everybody.. what do you think we can do to teat these diseases without using fecal material?? any thoughts??

    • Thanks Thunder for your visit to my office today and introducing yourself. Great websites you shared with us here. But what is the future for this technology.. This is a question for everybody.. what do you think we can do to teat these diseases without using fecal material?? any thoughts??

  5. Many foods are good because microbacteria inside (probiotics).. fermented foods are good becayse of good bacteria.. like lactobcillus acidophilus–>

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