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Microbiology is a branch of biology, including the study of growth patterns and other aspects of the life cycle of microbes such as protozoa, algae, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Microbiologists play an important role in society, as are the people doing research on the positive and negative effects of micro-organisms inhumanity. Gene therapy techniques are also developed by microbiologists to find solutions for genetic diseases like cystic fibrosis and hereditary cancer. Microbiologists conducts research on such topics as the interaction between pathogens and host cells in several institutes and universities. Microbiology is a broad term which includes virology, mycology, parasitological, bacteriology and other branches. A microbiologist is a specialist in microbiology. Microorganisms are almost everywhere and are by far the largest group of living things existing on earth. Our existence, health, food, agriculture and even industrial development are very dependent on them as any other field of science research for other microbiology requires more dedication, as well as having interest on scientific research and analytical observers in the attitude, diligence, ability to work in a team of professionals, good communication skills and hard work. Good math and computer science are more.