Why might bacteria that undergo conjugation be better able to survive when conditions become less than ideal?
Some bacteria may at times undergo a form of sexual reproduction
Because bacteria that undergo conjugation have a statistically better chance of obtaining a beneficial genetic variation from another bacteria that could help them to survive and reproduce in the less than ideal conditions.
Why might bacteria that undergo conjugtion be better able to survive when conditions become less than ideal?
Because by conjugating they are taking on genetic material from other bacteria and have a statistically better chance of obtaining the variations needed to survive and reproduce in the less than ideal conditions. Read More
Why might bacteria that undergo conjugations be better able to survive when conditions become less than ideal?
because they have to eat food and keep a group Read More
-COOH can undergo amino acid conjugation. Read More
Bacteria and protists both undergo conjugation why is this process more complex in protists than in bacteria?
Conjugation in bacteria is less complex because the DNA is only transferred to the one other cell. Conjugation in protist is more complex because the DNA from both cells are being put together to form a whole new cell. Read More
Why might bacteria that undergo conjunction be better able to survive when conditions become less than ideal?
Why because i dont know dur dur dur Read More
Plants, some bacteria, and fungi undergo photosynthesis while all undergo cellular respiration. (All organism undergo cellular respiration that's how they survive) Provided by the J-Z Soda Institution Read More
No. Conjugation applies to bacterial "sex" where a sex pilus is involved in the exchange of genetic material. A virus relies upon a hosts'genetic material for reproduction. Read More
Bacteria undergo asexual reproduction by a process calle Binary fission. Read More
no Bacteria does not undergo mitosis or meiosis. Centrioles are in animal cells only Read More
They includ -OH, -NH2, -COOH, -NR2, -SH, and =CH groups. Read More
That is a wonderful question. I wish they could tell us, and since they can't we'll have to make some assumptions. About the best that we can say is that they have found a successful strategy to adapt to their changing environment. If we think of exchanging genetic information as exchanging information on how to survive and thrive, and that information is in the genes, then cooperating with each other makes sense to us. And… Read More
Cyanobacteria can undergo photosynthesis. Read More
The bacteria found in hydrothermal vents undergo chemosynthesis. That is, they break down chemicals to generate their own food, just as a plant would undergo photosynthesis. Read More
Viruses are considerably smaller then bacteria. Instead of being a living cell able to undergo a life cycle on their own (bacteria can do this), they must take over the cell processes of another cell in order to reproduce. Viruses and bacteria are similar in that they both need a suitable environment to survive. Bacteria and viruses are both pathogenic (disease causing) to humans. Bacteria are killed by antibiotics. While viruses are not. Read More
Most substances undergo both changes - if the conditions are suitable. Read More
yes Respiration is common to all living matter.So bacteria are also respiring Read More
Yes. Bacteria undergo both glycolysis and cellular respiration. The glycolysis part occurs in the cytoplasm while the E.T.C part of cellular respiration is undertaken in the cell membrane of the cytoplasm. Read More
Plants mainly undergo modification to increase their abilities to adapt. By modifying themselves, they can better adapt to and survive in their environment. Read More
yes its how they reproduce Bacteria do not have nucleus. So they cannot reproduce sexually. Just multiplication of cells occur Read More
bacteria undergo aerobic respiration, meaning they use O2 and release CO2; just like humans Read More
They do it to produce sugar to give them the energy to survive Read More
Yes, and the strongest will survive. Read More
During hypoxic conditions when they cannot get enough oxygen. Read More
Because of their ability to undergo _____, viruses can rapidly evolve. Read More
Through Binary Fission They do not have a nucleus. So they cannot undergo mitosis Read More
One of the most clinically significant bacteria to undergo autolysis is Strep. Pneumoniae - usually as the colony ages its center undergoes autolysis Read More
When they reproduce. Eg-bacteria undergo mitosis from about 20mins to 20mins Read More
only animals undergo respiration, it is the act of supplying tissues with oxygen through a gas exchange interface (lungs/gills). Plants undergo transpiration (movement of gases through the vascular body and/or stomas). While bacteria (and any other unicellular organism) have no need for respiration, they instead undergo osmotic gas exchange as they are bathed in their external environment as opposed to animal tissues which are highly specialized and predominantly internal. Read More
"Limestone, under certain conditions, may become marble". -Getis Introduction to Geography. Read More
Yes. Cyanobacteria, green sulphur bacteria, purple bacteria, and Chloroflexi are all categories of photosynthesising bacteria. Bacteria do not have chloroplasts, nor indeed any organelles. There is a theory (the "Endosymbiotic theory") that chloroplasts are descended from cyanobacteria that became internal symbiotes in eukaryotic cells. Read More
Bcaus it can create a spore in unfavorable conditions Read More
Cellular or Mitochondrial respiration occurs in the mitochondria of cells and releases energy. therefore all organism must undergo respiration to produce energy and survive. Read More
It can be seen in every kingdom.There are only few in domain Archea and bacteria, anaerobes Read More
NoBacteria cannot under go meiosis or mitosis. Protists can undergo them Read More
all different types of bacteria undergo spore formation Read More
Human muscle cells undergo lactic acid fermentation in low oxygen conditions. Read More
Yes - all cells need to undergo respiration to survive. Read More
Because bacteria reproduce and die faster than humans. Making there adaption rate alot higher. Read More
For reproduction, Bacteria undergo the process of binary fission. In this, the cell divides into two identical cells which makes them to function as two different cells from thereon. Read More
Under the proper conditions, nearly all substances undergo sublimation. Read More
They do not have a nucleus, therefore they cannot undergoe the first step of mitosis which involves duplicating the nucleus Read More
Nope, only animal, plant, fungi, and protista cells undergo mitosis. Read More
Bacteria are living organisms. They fulfil all the necessary activities for life: - undergo metabolism - can grow - can respond to stimuli - can reproduce - can adapt through natural selection Read More
The acid can be separated from an ester by making it to undergo hydrolysis under acidic conditions. Read More
Prokaryotes or bacteria are living things name three different characteristics that qualify them as living?
1) They are capable of self reproduction and can pass down hereditary information to their offspring. 2) They are able to undergo metabolism by taking in some form of energy and expelling another form of energy. The energy it takes in is converted to a form of energy that can be used for its survival. 3) They undergo homeostasis by keeping internal conditions constant as their environment changes. Read More