How do microorganisms respire?
Bacteria are small, single-cell organisms that are both beneficial and harmful to human beings. Some forms of bacteria help us to live, such as those that help to break down food in our intestines. Other forms, such as the bacteria that causes the Bubonic Plague, can kill a person if left untreated. There are many different types of bacteria and they respire using different methods. The two primary methods of bacterial respiration are aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration.
Yes, plants respire all the time. yes, plants dp respire. yes, plants dp respire.
Yes, humans do respire. Respiration is one of the seven life processes, you have to respire to live, humans are living things so they do respire.
All organisms respire. Plants do not breathe, but they respire. Animals breathe to respire.
we need air to respire
All plants and animals respire. There are even some forms of bacteria that respire. Plants respire through photosynthesis, and expel carbon dioxide instead of oxygen.
Microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi absorb oxygen via diffusion through the cellular membrane. Diffusion is a simple physical process where molecules move from an area of high concentration to low concentration. Many microorganisms do not require oxygen in order to respire as most are capable of anaerobic respiration. Anaerobic respiration takes place without oxygen and produces substances such as ethanol or lactic acid.
Penguins breathe or respire in the same way that humans respire. They take air in through their nostrils where it travels to their lungs.
Jellyfish respire through their body surface.
No. It is not alive so it doesn't need to respire.
Yes. Respire is another word for breathe, but when we are talking about plants and other living things, the correct term is respire.
Yes, they can respire in dark very well.
Organisms that can respire are any organisms that have mitochondria's. One examples are animals that can respire because they convert glucose into usable energy.
your muscle dont respire, your heart and lungs need to respire more whilst taking part in a physical activity.
It is released when it is burnt and then we respire it out. It is released when it is burnt and then we respire it out.
Amphibians respire by continually dilating and contracting the buccopharyngeal cavity
Respiration is breathing. Animals breathe, so animals respire.
not like humans but they do respiration but how do they respire then ?
Not only animals respire even plants respire. In respiration they take up oxygen. This O2 is used for oxidation of food which results in release of energy.
Yes, the can photosynthesize and respire at the same time.
Fish respire in water through gas exchange in their gills.
The duration of Comme elle respire is 1.75 hours.
Animal cell respire because of the energy generated by cellular respiration
They respire through out the day.
Yes,of course they must respire. They should respire to obtain energy
They need to respire because they need to grow, produce and repair.
They are beneficial microorganisms.
Aerobic bacteria respire oxygen. Anaerobic bacteria do not. They respire for example nitrogen.
Worms respire through their body surface; some of them, like polychaeta have also branchial appendages.
Yes, all living things respire, though it is not necessarily aerobic respiration.
to respire to make glucose for diffusion
All living cells respire... dont they :/ i am sure though that all animals respire...
There are quite a few animals that can respire in the absence of oxygen. One of these animals is the hippo.
they respire and photosynthesize just sometimes do one more than the other
none, because you need oxygen to respire and a vacuum is the absence of matter and oxygen is matter
At night, there is not enough carbon dioxide for a plant to perform photosynthesis efficiently, so they respire.
Hepatitis A is a viral infection (not bacterial), so it doesn't have the ability to respire at all.
Microorganisms which spread diseases are harmful microorganisms.
No viruses cannot respire - well they cant respire on their own , they would need a host cell to respire , in which anaerobic and aerobic respiration can occur . Same way with the reproduction of viruses - they would need other host cells Viruses are considered dead by some people because they dont tend to have ALL the living functions of a cell . so yes and no - viruses can ONLY respire… Read More
yes all living things respire, including plants. it happens in the mitochondria of the cell.
Yes, fish respire by taking in oxygen from the water and passing carbon dioxide to the water through their gills.
Plants also should respire every time. These are two separate biological processes
Fish do not respire substance in the gas phase, the compound that "is given out" is Carbon Dioxide (in solution).
The cast of Respire - 2012 includes: Ambre Boukebza Jonathan Demurger
When oxygen is not being delivered adequately to muscle, for example, during strenuous exercise, the cells begin to respire anaerobically to ensure muscle still derive needed energy.
cells in mammals respire all the time to keep them warm blooded and keep breathing etc, all animals respire all the time, but some cells are unable to respire due to the fact they lack mitochondria plant cells do respire, but they do not need to at all times, because they do not need energy to move or stay warm.
Because when you respire you produce energy and all living things need energy to survive.
All living things respire, it is a natural process which converts glucose (which plants get from photosynthesis) into energy which they can use.
Animals generally respire aerobically. The plants can respire aerobically as well as anaerobically also.
The cast of Respire - 2014 includes: Roxane Duran as Victoire Claire Keim
Microorganisms can cause disease, but disease doesn't cause microorganisms.