A group of scientists said: Many of the bacteria that infect the stomach and intestines have a great ability to produce energy and generate electricity. According to the Independent, scientists at the University of California, in a recent study, confirmed that lysteria, found in some foods and causing lestriosis, may help produce energy under certain environmental conditions such as hypoxia. According to scientists, if these bacteria grow in a vial with electrodes, they produce a measurable electric current. The scientists said they were looking at ways to refine the bacteria and use them to generate electricity at waste treatment plants or to supply small electronic devices with energy.
In addition, scientists have found that clostridium bacteria, which cause many symptoms such as food poisoning and gangrene, may also be able to generate energy and make electrical sparks. The team also found these characteristics in beneficial bacteria, such as lactobacillus bacteria, which are used in many dairy products, notably yoghurt and some types of cheese. "In fact, there are many microbes that interact with humans, either as pathogens, or in probiotics," he said. "In fact, there are many microbes that interact with humans, either as food supplements from living bacteria," or as electrophysiological bacteria producing electricity. Not noticed before. " He noted that intestinal bacteria can produce large quantities of electricity, estimated at 500 microAmp. Thank you for reading the news about bacteria in the stomach and intestines have a great ability to generate electricity on the Gulf 365 and inform you that the content of the subject was written by Arab Yemen and may have been fully transmitted or quoted You can read and follow the responses of this news from the source of the following link Yemen Arab and we are not responsible for the content of this news with best wishes Happy Day. .