The study of living bacteria that are suspended in the air is known as aeromicrobiology. Bioaerosols are the name for these bacteria. Even though there are a lot less atmospheric microorganisms than in oceans and soil, there are still plenty for the atmosphere to be affected. When these germs are suspended in the air column, they have the ability to travel great distances with the aid of wind and precipitation, which increases the likelihood of widespread disease caused by these microbes. Because these aerosols have been linked to sickness in people, animals, and plants, they are important ecologically. Typically, bacteria will be suspended in clouds, where they can carry out chemically altering processes and even cause precipitation.


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