Some examples are slime mold, downy mildew, and water molds.Hope this helps!
Cytokines, chemokines, and general hormones are the cell messaging mechanisms in higher organisms. Transcription factors and gene expression products play big roles, too.
They both have mitchondria, phospholipid by-layer, use ribosomes, nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum.
Smooth ER aren't covered in ribosomes, but rough ER are. ER are like transport tubes that go through the cell.
Some archaebacteria are photosynthetic, meaning they make their own food; however, rather than use the pigment chlorophyll like green plants and algae, they employ a light-sensitive purple protein called bacteriorhodopsin. Other archaea live in places where no sunlight penetrates, such as...
Small agranulocytes that have a dense nucleus and very little cytoplasm are called Lymphocytes.
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The purpose of cytoplasm is to keep all organelles in place.
Basically,1 to 2 ATP molecules combine to make FADH while 2 to 3ATP molecules combine to make NADH.
bacterial motility, sensing, attachment
Lipids store more energy per gram than carbohydrates or proteins.
The location where proteins are exported from the cell is where vesicles containing them fuse at the cell membrane.
No immunoglobulins (Igs) provide that! That is because Igs or antibodies are in blood tissue and circulated all over blood and immune system. The mucous membrane and skin are actually functioning as a physical barrier preventing invading microbes.
A cell membrane is found on both plant and animal cells it selectively chooses what substances may enter or leave the cell. Hence the term selectively permeable. For a more advanced explanation I recommend you research protein icebergs and the different types of transport a membrane can take part in...
What is 0.45 divided by 5.85
Let's look at human cells. If you didn't have cells you wouldn't exist. Your entire body, skeleton, muscles, organs, etc are comprised of cells. Inside those cells are thousands of water molecules (hence the reason your body is 70% water). The cells make it possible for everything in the human body...
yes, just the mix culture need to be separated firts
Yes. Your question should read 'Are mitochondria only found in .........'!
Reproduction is not essential for the survival of a single organism for a relatively brief period of time! A bad question as it is open to misinterpretation!
Mirror , eyepiece , slide, lens, arm
No. No prokaryote has any sort of endoplasmic reticulum.
nutrition, respiration, excretion, secretion, irritability, motion, and reproduction
Well some bacteria have cells in them and their are good and bad bacteria
proteins, lipids, carbohydrates specific Glycoproteins, Glycolipids, cholestrol and mostly phospholipids
Cholesterol. It maintains the structure integrity of the membranes
Cells copy their DNA and give it to each half, and then splits into two
The cytoskeleton provides shape and gives [mechanically] structuralsupport. It also serves as a monorail to transport substancesaround the Cell; Structural: It provides structural support to Cells and stabilizesthe Desmosomes [Cell-Gap junctions]; Movement: It assists with cytosol streaming and...
The cell walls of some bacteria eg mycobacteria contain mycolic acids giving the cell walls a high lipid content. To view these cells in samples staining requires higher concentrations of the dye solution and/or a heating period. However, once a stain is introduced into the cell wall,...
Gram stain binds to peptidoglycan, so bacteria with double membranes with thin peptidoglycan layers are more likely not to bind to it, so are usually gram negative, while single membraned bacteria with thick peptidoglycan layers are more likely to be gram positive.
Bacteria changes the desingned absorb light and change the chemical energy.
Photosynthetic bacteria in the form of stromatolites (essentially sedimentary rocks formed of them) found in Australia. They date back to 3.5 billion years.
Bacteria are important for more than two reasons but two of these reasons are: 1. They are decomposers - they break down the chemical molecules of dead organisms. This releases the nutrients or chemicals from that organism's body back into the environment so it can be reused. 2. They...
1. First, vents disperse hydrothermal fluids containing hydrogen sulfide into the deep ocean water. Next, microbes living around the vents consume this hydrogen sulfide, as well as carbon dioxide and oxygen. The microbes then get energy by breaking down the hydrogen sulfide. This energy is used to...
Microorganisms come under the category of decomposers. The microorganisms, comprising bacteria and fungi, break-down the dead remains and waste products of organisms. These microorganisms are the decomposers as they break-down the complex organic substances into simple inorganic substances...
Hair fibers are composed of of keratin, a protein made of amino acids. source: http://readanddigest.com/how-to-get-silky-smooth-hair-naturally/
In the m-phase the cytoplasm is split by a cleavage furrow.
Pseudopods which translates to fake feet. Hope this helps!
A Pink Petticoat is a variety of Begonia. It's a Spider Web x Greyback Mountain hybrid. It's bright pink, almost magenta. Frilly.
Rabies is a viral disease. Since this disease is caused by viruse(microbes), that is related to microbiology.
No bacteria is huge compared to a virus
== Answer == Endotoxins are potentially toxic, natural compounds found inside pathogens such as bacteria.
Monera - the taxonomic kingdom that comprises the unicellular prokaryotes (bacteria and cyanobacteria). Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms that lack a membrane-bound nucleus and usually lack membrane-bound organelles.
white blood cell differential
No, they break contents of the cell down.
The function of the cell wall is to help protect and support the cell.
It depends on the nutrient agar used. Most are used for bacterial growth, and some are used for fungi; such as: Sabouraud agar and Potato dextrose agar (PDA).
Bring microbes and turn into a source for the production of nitrogen
The Golgi apparatus, first described by Camillo Golgi, consists of a system of membrane-bound vesicles arranged approximately parallel to each other in stacks called cisterns. The material synthesized near the ER is packaged and dispatched to various targets inside and outside the cell...
Prokaryotic cells: Binary fission. Eukaryotic cells: Mitosis.
Eukaryotic cells have nuclei, while prokaryotic cells have no nuclei.
It means to add microorganisms or infectious material into or on a culture medium.
The Euglena are unicellular organisms with flagella. These flagella are long whip-like tails used for movement
You would need an electron microscope to see a normal-sized virus.
During the isolation of DNA you need to obtain molecules with great molecular weight. The EDTA helps to reach this goal because it inhibits the degradation of DNA. SDS is responsible of the lysis (break) of nuclear membrane, which keeps the genome separated from the cytoplasm.
They are use to spread microbes on an agar plate.
Brucellosis is a word which has been used for the indication of disease or infection with bacteria of brucella genus which is known as frequently causing spontaneous abortions in animals and remittent fever in humans.
Take samples and save Serum Plasma The supernatant of cell culture Cell lysates Homogenate of urine, saliva and other liquids in biological samples Reagent preparation Adding sample Heat preservation
Optical MicroscopesCompound MicroscopeStereo MicroscopeConfocal Laser scanning microscopeX-ray MicroscopeScanning acoustic microscope (SAM)Scanning Helium Ion Microscope (SHIM or HeIM)Neutron MicroscopeElectron MicroscopesTransmission electron microscopy (TEM):Scanning electron microscopy (SEM...
Louis Pasteur, a French chemist and bacteriologist.
plant cells and plant-like protists contain chloroplasts.
A phase microscope is also called a phase-contrast microscope or a phase-difference microscope. A phase microscope allows better viewing of clear specimens which usually need to be stained before you can make out the various parts. Staining is a time consuming process and kills the cells being...
Mitochondria actually does produce carbon dioxode. In the process of cellular respiration 2 carbon dioxide molecules are made from every citrate molecule that starts the Krebs cycle.
You can get it from wild animals such as stray dogs. Or they did not get their shots.
nothing the cell does exactly the same thing the only thing that is different is that the cells divide in more pieces depending on the size.formation of a cell plate
The microorganism used for brewing and baking is Yeast. Yeasts are Eukaryotic microorganisms that belong to the kingdom Fungi. It is the ability of yeasts to ferment sugar that makes them so valuable for these processes. In brewing, yeast ferment the sugars present to produce alcohol, thereby...
what is rod shaped bacteria
Cellular respiration occurs in the mitochondria. The equation for cellular respiration is C6H12O6 + 6O2 ---> 6CO2 + 6H2O
Part of the DNA molecule (gene) is transcribed into an RNA molecule that exits through the pores in Penis the nucleus. Once the RNA reaches the ribosome in the cytoplasm it translates into a protein.
A barnacle is an ocean animal. A barnacle is not picky in what they eat. The barnacle will literally eat anything in the ocean that is near them.
the total count includes dead as well as living cells
proteins; they form a covalent bond with amino acids creating a peptide bond
If cells don't reproduce correctly then most likely the cell diesand dissolves into the system and is replaced by another fromdivision in a different placeto refill the void .
I'm not sure what you mean by 'lost its 3D' but I think you might mean when a protein is broken down or heated it becomes denatured.
Yes,as eukaryotes they have several organelles which includes at least one nucleus which contains most of the cell's DNA
plant cells usually have a bigger vacuole
They are selectively permeable, provides structure to cells.