Are microorganisms capable of photosynthesis?
yea they are. well, they r capable of it but only some do it. volvoxand euglena, for ex, r a microoraganism that does. however, things like amoebas don't you see?
A frog is the organism that is not capable of photosynthesis.
No. Plants, algae, and some bacteria are capable of photosynthesis.
Microorganisms such as the Euglena and algae also use photosynthesis.
Plant cells are capable of photosynthesis. Plant cells contain chloroplasts that carry out photosynthesis in order for the plant to make its own food.
No they do not. They are not capable of photosynthesis.
Its an organelle that is capable of photosynthesis.
Organisms that are not capable of photosynthesis are called heterotrophs. Heterotrophs eat or consume other organisms to be able to survive.
Photosynthetic microorganisms are organisms that are microscopic or cannot be seen with an eye and they can preform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is when an organism uses; water, carbon dioxide, light energy to make food for itself.
microorganisms are found everywhere, they do benefit us, but they are also capable of causing many diseases.
Plants, algea, cyanobacteria, and some protists are capable of photosynthesis.
What are the differences between autochthonous and allochthonous microorganisms in aquatic environments?
Autochthonous microorganisms are primary producers (create own energy, for example, through photosynthesis. Allochthonous microorganisms get energy from outside sources.
Autotrophs (organisms that are capable of chemosynthesis or photosynthesis)
Plant cells are capable of photosynthesis and ATP production. Plant cells are also capable of glucose breakdown and aerobic respiration.
There are none
An organism capable of photosynthesis
only weed stems are
Animal cells do not contain chlorophyll, which is need for a plant to carry out photosynthesis.
Some micro organisms are photosynthetic. Some bacteria and protists belong to that
In the five kingdom system, the three kingdoms that have organisms capable of photosynthesis are some bacteria (mainly cyanobacteria) in the Kingdom Monera, algae in the Kingdom Protista, and plants in the Kingdom Plantae.
Mushrooms can not carry out photosynthesis. Fungi species are absorptive heterotrophs which means that they have to secrete digestive enzymes into their environment and absorb the nutrients in; they are not capable of photosynthesis.
All plants, phytoplankton, algae, and a class of bacteria known as photosynthetic [or 'heterotrophic'] use photosynthesis.
I'm pretty sure that the NUCLEUS is not able to do that!
Yes. Algae are photosynthetic Eukaryotic organisms.
Any plant /fungi that is capable of photosynthesis.
They can perform photosynthesis.
yes it can There are only few types. Euglenla is an example
No. Viruses are not capable of photosynthesis or cell respiration for that matter.
The organisms that are capable of photosynthesis are photosynthetic microbes and Green plants, that are manned with chlorophyll within chloroplasts in their stromata and leaves allowing them to photosynthesize, to create the ATP needed to carry out functions within their Cells.
photosynthesis no, they eat algae, and other organic matters Answer They are actually capable of photosynthesis and consuming algae and other organic matter.
Photosynthesis occurs in a variety of bacteria, algae and plants. All other organisms, including animals, are not able to photosynthesize.
While e coli does populate faster in moderate levels of light, it would be incorrect to say it is capable of photosynthesis because it does not actually synthesize light. In the same way humans use sunlight to help create Vitamin D in our skin but it wouldn't be called photosynthesis
Sometimes, every cell in a plant is capable of photosynthesis. The important part of photosynthesis is the organelle chloroplast, which has the pigments that absorb the energy, as well as the enzymes that help produce the sugars.
yes because chlorophyll starts the whole process and if both of them have chlorophyll it might be possible
human beings , other animals , microbes are not able to perform photosynthesis because they do not have the appropriate system for performing photosynthesis . this process can only be carried out by autotroups (all plants).
Chlorophyll and other plant pigments are present during photosynthesis. These pigments make absorption of sunlight capable.
if human's were capable of Photosynthesis, world hunger wouldn't be a problem, children in poor environments wouldn't be starving, and we wouldn't have to fight for food.
I think it is more capable at certain time of day
No it's a Cyanobacteria, prokaryotic cells capable of photosynthesis.
Absolutely not. Humans do not have photoreceptor pigments or the photosynthetic machinery necessary to be autotrophs.
Why can green plant capable of manufacturing their food
Green Plants capable of photosynthesis are considered as producers in science.
Viruses, bacteria, protozoa, prions, fungi and others. (Pathogens are any microorganisms or substance capable of producing a disease.)
First Capable of destroying microorganisms. Second pain reliever of sorts.
Not all types of plant cells perform photosynthesis. Most cells on the shoot of the plant (depending on the plant) are capable of photosynthesis. However, most root cells are white because they lack pigments and, therefore, are incapable of photosynthesis.
Chloroplasts are the organelles plant cells use for photosynthesis. Animal cells do not contain chloroplasts. Animal cells are not capable of carrying out photosynthesis because of the lack of energy from the sun. Our cells do not have chloroplast which is needed to contribute to photosynthesis. To contribute to photosynthesis you need chloroplast to pull energy from the sun. Animals have mitochondria in the cell which plants also have, but instead of it collecting the… Read More