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How is yeast used

yeast is used to make breadrise.

What are the five main groups of arthropods

chelicerae

hexapods

diplopods

chilopods

crustaceans

What do Amoebas use for movement

amoeba uses pseudopodia for movement

How are algae different from plants

They do not have roots, stems, or leaves

Edited answer:

Algae come under primitive plants as these ahve varity of forms ranging from unicellular to multicellular colonial and filamentous and have undifferentiated body.

What is one way that members of archaebacteria are different from members of eubacteria

they have different types of cell walls and cell membranes :)

Which is one of the three domains

Eukarya

Which characteristics do scientists use to group species

Some common characteristics such as teeth or behavior, and also embryo and evolutionary lineage.

How are euglenas similar to plants

They both make energy using the sun

Which two ideas did Darwin use to explain evolution

natural selection and common descent

What does it mean for an organism to be anaerobic

It is poisoned by oxygen

Where are slime molds often found

in damp soil or rotting material

Which kind of organism does not generally require oxygen or sunlight to live

There are certain types of plants ( for e.g.) usually in very heavliy canopyed Jungles/Forests that require no sunlight?

1) Organisms that do not require O2 are generally poisoned by it - the Anaerobes - and

2) Organisms that thrive without sunlight are called Chemoautotrophs.

Why are scientists who are searching for life on other planets studying archaebacteria

There is strong and growing evidence that Archaea are the closest current example of the original form of life on Earth and it is thus possible that the origins of life on other planets may be found in similar organisms.

More Information:

The term archaebacteria is now considered outdated since in recent years it has come to be understood that Archaea and Bacteria share little and have long and distinct evolutionary backgrounds.

The Archaea are single-celled microorganisms with no cell nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles. As such, the are highly simplified. The archaeal lineage may be the most ancient that exists on Earth.

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What is the main cause of extinction on earth today

Loss of habitat no human nature

What is the structure and function of a pseudopod

Pseudopod functions as a foot of some kind, which many organisms that possesses it use to move around.

Which is a component of all innate behaviors

"Genetics" - Gradpoint Mrs. Degenarro :)

What characteristic do all members of eukarya have that members of eubacteria do not have

Cells with nulcei ---- Novanet

Which type of algae is called seaweed and belongs to the division phaeophyta

Brown algae.

What flowers does the stigma feel sticky

Sticky stigma is generally present in wind pollinated flowers.

What are animals raising their young in packs an example of

coorperation

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