What was harsh conditions once called?
what were the harsh conditions on the great plains once called
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Harsh conditions are conditions that humans would have a hard time living in or not be able to live in.
They form an endospore. An endospore is a thick cell wall that helps protect them. Endospores enable bacteria to lie dormant for extended periods of time when the environme…nt is unfavorable (such as extreme temperatures, radiation, extreme pH levels, extreme pressures and harmful chemical agents). Then, when the environment becomes more favorable, the endospore can reactivate itself to the vegetative state.
Since they are not alive, they just wait for better conditions.
It makes a cyst
They built houses
With the help of endospores, or thick-walled structures that help the bacteria survive harsh conditions..
What is A thick walled protective spore that forms inside a bacterial call and resists harsh conditions is called a?
Yes, Lichens can tolerate harsh climates such as burned forests and volcanic flows.
In the eyes of the Nazis, the deaf were of "minor value". The assumption that deafness was a "hereditary disease" lead to forced sterilization. Breitenau was a Nazi education …and labor camp established in June 1933 in Germany. It was located in Guxhagen, ca. 15 km south of Kassel and was built around the Breitenau monastery. By the end of 1933, 11,000 people were arrested and placed in concentration camps. Only a few of them were brought to Breitenau. After the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring was made, Breitenau officials began to test prisoners for hereditary diseases. Many of the prisoners who were found to have hereditary diseases were often transported to euthanasia killing centers or kept at Breitenau under penalty of being forcibly sterilized.
Evolution. Over hundreds of years animals will change to adapt to there surroundings.
The upper middle and higher class fled to another country. Everyone below found a hiding spot or were sent to concentration camps __ Not all upper and middle class fled. Man…y were rounded up and sent to concentration camps as well. Those that did manage to flee, usually went to other European countries. As the Nazis moved in, they ran out of places to go. Many countries simply refused to allow them to migrate to their countries so they too were rounded up and sent to camps as well.
There are a number of bacteria that DO survive in harsh environments be it pH or temperature extremes or an environment that is very salty. Bacteria that don't survive in hars…h conditions usually lose cell wall integrity and break apart, or lose all their intercellular fluid and shrivel up.
Yes, endospores are formed to overcome the harsh conditions
Weather conditions do not have to be harsh to be adverse, they just have to be different than what they are at the present town. Adverse in a sense means opposite of.