I don’t read anything by anyone who doesn’t know when to say “bacteria” and when to say “bacterium.”
“I dont read anything by anyone who doesn’t know when to say bacteria and when to say bacterium.”
For those who do not understand your comment.
Bacteria is the plural of bacterium, and that saying “a bacteria” is incorrect. It is correct to say “The soil sample contains millions of bacteria,” and “Tetanus is caused by a bacterium.”
Who you try'n to impress "Mr. Speller"? You read the article and ya know damn well ya did......so stop trying to impress us with your superior intellect.
If you can't hang with us drop-outs then move over to the mensa site.......sheesh!
How much Swiss Cheese will fit in a quart jar?