Magnetoception is a type of navigation used by some animals. It is navigation that uses electromagnetic fields, and has been observed in bacteria. It is useful because scientists might be able to come up with different types of navigation.
whales use it
There are several theories, and each may be part of the answer for different animals. Some animals appear to rely on memory, such as migratory birds. Other animals appear to navigate based upon the Earth's magnetic field. Some use visual cues as well.
bacteria lives plants and bacteria kills animals
1. animals 2. bacteria 3. plants 4. bacteria and plants 5. animals, bacteria, and plants Answer= 5. animals, bacteria, and plants
Zoology is the science of studying animals
Animals are mulitcellular and are eukaryotic. Bacteria is unicellular and is prokaryotic.
Where a zoologist lives will depend on how they are studying animals. Those who are studying animals in a laboratory can live almost anywhere. Those who are studying animals in their natural habitat would have to likely live in the wild for a period of time.
Bats can use it to navigate
It's a biological sonar that animals use to navigate and hunt.
Animals get bacteria due to their diet, their habits, and unclean food resources.
animals are affected by magnetic fields.
As far as I know, bacteria aren't considered animals. They are in the kingdom Monera, which animals are not. Bacteria do not sexually reproduce the way that animals do. Bacteria go through a process of simple fission while the process of reproduction for animals is a little more complicated than that.
How the DNA arranged in bacteria-viruses and animals and why?
Bacteria a re decomposers. They take energy from dead animals.
bacteria eats the did animals
Yes, cocci is only the shape of the bacteria. There are many types of cocci bacteria that can be found in animals. Cocci bacteria is round or circular.
animals and There Habitats and Habits
Both living and dead animals host bacteria. If something is wet at all its very often covered with bacteria.
They evolved from bacteria and other animals.
!) Animals are multicellular and bacteria unicellular. 2) Animals are eukarotes whereas bacteria prokaryotes. 3) Bacteria can be autotrophs but anaimals are usually always heterotrophs. 4)Bacteria have cell wall and other coatings which animal cells lack 5) Bacteria lack membrane bound organelles which animals have. 6) Bacteria have ONE chromosome per cell whereas Animals can have more. 7) Bacteria divide by fission whereas Animal Cells divide by Mitosis and Meiosis.
landmarks, the sun, and mental images.
No, fungi can live without a relationship with animals or bacteria.