What kind of organisms live in yogurt?
The term "live and active cultures" on a yogurt label refers to Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermaophilus, living organisms used to ferment pasteurized milk into yogurt (some yogurts also contain Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidus and other cultures). These tiny critters break down milk lactose, giving the lactose-intolerant among us a better chance of getting the nutritional benefits of a milk product without suffering the side effects.
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Deciduous forests are mainly found in temporal climates. The loss of leaves in the fall is the simplest identifying characteristic a deciduous tree. There are many, many organ…isms that live in these types of forests... animals: Deer, salamanders, rats, mice, chipmunks, squirrels, raccoon, fox, birds (i.e. cardinals, woodpeckers, chickadees, etc), snakes, many insects, bear, wolves, coyote, mink... too many to list probably! plants etc: deciduous trees (maple, oak, beech, elm, dogwood, hickory, poplar... lots of others), pine depending on the age of the forest (an older growth deciduous forest will have fewer pines), lichen, fungii (VERY important!), shrubs, flowers... the list goes on. Further, let's not forget all of the microorganisms and bacteria that are essential to a healthy ecosystem!
The bacteria that makes it yogurt is supposed to be alive.
Living... eat it's brother and it will eat you!
Polar bears, whales, penguins stuff like that.
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animals and plants
There are the consumers, producers( herbivores and carnivores) , and decomposers
there is a huge number of organisms in the soil. many many different kind of microorganisms (bacteria) and there are fungis, decomposers (earth worms, slaters) and there are t…hings like moles and other larger organisms living within the soil.
All organisms require water to live.
IT will live on the land. land land
all kinds-- fungi, bacteria (both eubacteria and archaebacteria), mammals, plants, insects, animals, birds-- an ecosystem can be anything working together to form a 'cycle' (…ex: Bird->worm>leaves)
I read somewhere that lobsters grow well in polluted waters.
No. It does to be live-culture yogurt, but not just regular yogurt.
In Dwarf Planet Eris
It is highly unlikely that anything lives on Eris.
"Living Water International" is a faith-based non-profit organisation. It helps communities in developing countries get safe drinking water. The organisation is based in Houst…on, Texas, USA.
In Animal Life
A bird or bat have wings and a backbone and they are mammals.