Yes microorganisms can live under water
Many microorganisms are found naturally in fresh and saltwater.
Photosynthetic microorganisms that live in water.
bacteria......harmless under a microscope but if i let it loose....MWHAHAHAHHA
They eat a lot if different kinds of microorganisms that live in water.
Phytoplankton are microorganisms that live in the water and can photosynthesize, which are key to the marine food chain since they are at the bottom of the chain. Also, some microorganisms are filter organisms, which get their food by cleaning out junk from the water or air.
Animals need food, oxygen, and water in order to live. However, plants and microorganisms have other needs. (Some microorganisms do not need oxygen to survive)
either a habitat or ecosystem
it is called as sterlized and process is known as sterlization
They live eveywhere
Dinoflagellates are microorganisms that usually live in marine water. However there are some that live in fresh water. Another name for a dinoflagellate is a protist.
A parasite lives on another organism. Not all microorganisms are parasites. Many parasites are very small and are called microorganisms. Many algae are microscopic and are microorganisms put do not live on any other organisms. Mosquitoes need blood and will bite humans but they can be seen. They are parasites since they need a blood meal.
Sodium chloride absorb water and microorganisms are killed; they cannot live without water.
Microorganisms are addapted to whatever environment there is. Many live in the water simply to sustain the fragile ecosysytem there.
Several microorganisms live in tap water, like: algae, bacteria, fungii, viruses.
The one with the most water in it because like us, microorganisms need water to live
microorganisms lived on earth 3.5 billion years ago.
animals that do not live in water are called mammals unless if it is a dolphin or turtle. amphibian: vertebrates that live life in and out of the water
Animals that live under water are called amphibians You now know!
Some crocodiles live in Fresh water they are called fresh water crocodiles ans some live in salt water there for they are called salt water crocodiles
There is no microorganisms/bacteria living/growing in jam because it is so sweet and the sugar dehytrates the microorganisms so they can no longer live in the jam. So the answer is no, no microorganisms live in jam.