Microorganisms are used in many diverse ways to our advantage. For example, they are extremely important in the food industry, in waste management, in the decomposition of organic matter, and for medical/pharmaceutical/biotechnological applications…just to name a few. For the Discussion Board this week, review the following presentation and prepare a Prezi presentation in response to the Discussion Board prompt. You must include at least 2 scientific references in correct APA format. Here are the specific directions for the Module this week: 1). Access the web site for the presentation. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/tech/putting-bacteria-to-work.html (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. 2). Click on the ‘Launch Interactive’ tab. Review each of the beneficial aspects of microbes presented. Click on the ‘next’ tab to move from topic to topic. 3). For the Discussion Board this week, prepare at least a 7-10 slide Prezi presentation in response to this topic. To create a prezi presentation, access https://prezi.com/signup/public/ (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. to create a free account. In your presentation, address the following questions: – Discuss which beneficial aspect of microbes you find most interesting/useful and why? – In what ways do you feel that this area of interest has the potential for further development? Provide at least 3 details/reasons to support your view. Do not just list topics or facts here, but discuss them in detail so that your peers can respond to your post to add to the discussion. 4). post your Prezi presentation to the Discussion Board. Keep in mind you must include at least 2 scientific references in correct APA format.
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