What do all of the microorganisms belong to and why?
Most of the microorganisms are bacteria. So, most of the microbes belongs to Protozoa. Some of them are also fungi and belong to Fungi.
fungi protists and bacteria
i think it is microbes, which are all around us in the air. most of them do us no harm, but on food they spoil it.
Yes all microorganisms are l
Microorganisms are an essential part of the world's food web. If they disappeared, likely all life would too. For instance many are decomposers, responsible for recycling nutrients.
No because there are some good bacteria. No, not all microorganisms are parasites.
Some micro organisms are photosynthetic. Some bacteria and protists belong to that
Microorganisms that cause foodborne illness are foodborne. Not all microorganisms found in food will cause illness.
not all microorganisms found in food will cause illness.
Sterilization is the process of eliminating all microorganisms.
Fluoroquinolones are a class of antimicrobials, which are medications used to treat infections caused by microorganisms.
Not all, others types of microorganisms are bacteria and parasites. but it depends on what types of parasites. :) hope i helped
Sterilization is the process that destroys and or removes all microorganisms. It also removes microbial forms such as bacterial endospores.
Yes, all fungi have been classed as microorganisms. This can be seen because bacteria, viruses and fungi are all part of the microoragnism group.
All microorganisms are alive at one time or another except for viruses, which aren't considered living.
No,all are not decomposers.There are producers and consumers too.
To the previous answer, it is not a plankton. Amoebas are single celled, but they are not plankton. These organisms are classified under Archaea, and are commonly called unicellular. They are not to be confused with microorganisms. All unicellular organisms are microorganisms, but not all microorganisms are unicellular.
No, they do not. Metabolism of pyruvate is not the same for all microorganisms. An assortment of end products define their different fermentative capabilities.
Halophiles are microorganisms that thrive in extremely salty environments. Most of them are bacteria while some are primitive eukaryotes. They belong to the phylum Euryarchaeota.
Chemicals that destroy practically all microorganisms.
microorganism is in science
bleach and water
No. Even then, anything that could wipe out microorganisms on earth would wipe out all other life as well.
No, all microorganisms will not grow optimally at a neutral pH. Several types of fungi, for example, grow better in an acidic environment.
a microorganism can or can not be harmful for the host body but a pathogen is a microorganism which is always harmful for the host body.so ALL MICROORGANISMS ARE NOT PATHOGEN BUT ALL PATHOGENS ARE MICROORGANISMS.
All microorganisms except viruses are comprised of cells. Viruses are incomplete cells. Other microorganisms are either one-celled (prokaryotic) or comprised of small clusters of cells (simple eukaryotic).
Growth medium, also called culture medium, or nutrient broth, is a solution freed of all microorganisms by sterilization that contain the substances required for the growth of microorganisms. Growing microorganisms on growth medium allows for the cultivation, isolation, selection, differentiation and identification of said microorganisms. The microorganisms that may be grown in growth mediums include: bacteria, protozoans, algae, and fungi.
Well we have been learning about it at school and its simple they feed on other microorganisms which kind of means that the warmer the temperature the more the microorganisms multiply. Microorganisms multiply using binary fission, meiosis or mitosis. These are all different kinds of reproduction. It depends on the organism for which way they reproduce.
Yes, and so does "microbes", and microscopic organisms. Answer Usually the word germ carries a negative connotation (thus, usually the disease causing Pathogenic microorganisms are referred to as germs). remember, not all microorganisms are bad. In fact some are quite good. However, in some scientific circles, all microorganisms whether good or bad are germs.
All arthropods by definition belong to phylum Arthropoda.
Well there are many differnt disease's in the world not all are caused by microorganisms but about 90% of them are some are caused by paristies and some by animals i found this out by 3 years of reserch into it. But disease's are caused by microorganisms or parisites.
Yes. A lot of microorganisms or microflora are found in the cow's rumen and cecum, as well as all other parts of her body, outside and inside.
unicellular microorganisms, typically, bacteria and other microorganisms are all unicellular consisting of a single cell.
They are beneficial microorganisms.
Cilia and flagella are not actually animals, so they don't have a kingdom. They are structures that allow microorganisms and cells to move. The best answer I can give you is Animalia.
Milk is pasteurised to kill off pathogens (microorganisms that can make you sick) and spoilage bacteria. Pasteurisation does not kill all microorganisms, but reduces the amount of microorganisms that can cause spoilage. This increases the available shelflife of the product.
All bacteria and archaea, most protozoa, and some fungi and algae are all microorganisms. Some common microorganisms are E. Coli, Influenza, Salmonella, Aspergillus, and Streptococcus.
Microorganisms refer to a very large group of living organisms that are too small to be seen with the un-aided human eye. These include, but are not limited to, bacteria, fungi, algae, viruses, and protozoans. Microorganisms are found all over the planet and in all environments. For example, there are microorganisms inside our bodies, in the dirt in the backyard, in the pond, in your pool or hot tub, in volcanic areas, etc.
All stars belong to constellations
All of the microorganisms would absorb the water, and become corrupted because of the microorganism's that water itself contains.
No, microorganisms come in many forms. They are for example essential for making your beer! They also live inside you and help you digest your food.
pH crash, and animals that live off the microorganisms (such as ducks) would move away or starve..
Microorganisms which spread diseases are harmful microorganisms.
Microorganisms are simple lifeforms. They are everywhere - bacteria in your intestines, mites in your eyebrows, plaque on your teeth, mould on bread, viruses in your nose when you have a cold. The whole ecology of life on Earth depends on organisms of all sized - microorganisms are just a part of it.