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what are tiny organisms?

an example of tiny organisms are bacteria.

what is an example of a prokaryote?

bacteriaprokaryotes are the single-celled organisms, such as bacteria.

are all single celled organisms bacteria?

no. for example, amoebae are not bacteria.

do all organisms have a stomach?

no. bacteria for example.

is bacteria an example of fungi?

no, bacteria are not fungi. they are entirely different types of organisms.

what is one example of the effects of interdependence upon organisms in their environment?

organisms like bacteria and fungi live on and in other organisms. for example, bacteria living in the digestive tract help to digest food.

where do unicellular organisms live?

everywhere. bacteria, for example.

example of unicellular organisms?

bacteria and some protozoans.

do most bacteria cause diseases?

no viris' do most of the time, only in some cases bacteria causes diseases such as strep throut for one example.

a disease caused by bacteria?

there are sadly many diseases and infections caused by bacteria. bacterial meningitis is a horrible illness caused by bacteria for example.

modern scientists group organisms into kingdoms what are they and give an example of each?

protist: organisms with no specialized cells (algae) prokaryota (monera): unicellular organisms with no nucleus eubacteria: true bacteria archaea: bacteria with no nucleus (not real bacteria)

which organisms do not contain nucleus?

prokaryotes do not have a nucleus an example would be bacteria

is a moneran a bacteria?

it's more like, bacteria is a moneran. we can't say that a moneran is a bacteria because "monera" is a kingdom, and bacteria is an example of organisms under it.

diseases caused by either bacteria or viruses?

all diseases are caused by bacteria or viruses. some example are flu (influenza virus) and swine flu (influenza a h1n1) and meningococcemia (meningococcus).

what organism cause respiratory diseases?

its bacteria, like a common example is tubersulosis tb.

can you get diseases from water pollution?

yes. it is possible to get diseases from polluted water as it is contaminated with bacteria. for example bilharzia is a stagnent water disease.

how are infectious diseases different from other diseases?

infectious diseases involve a causative organism, from groups such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and such. noninfectious diseases are not caused by a specific infectious organism. you get an infective disease from a bacteria or a virus or even a fungus. other diseases are not caused by these but by other things. for example: cancer.

what are some examples of unicellular and multicellular organisms?

an example of a unicellular organism is bacteria.

example of microscopic form of life?

yeast, mold, bacteria, unicellular organisms.

example of monerans?

monera is a kingdom of organisms without membrane with two division called archaea and bacteria. the best example of monerans are spirilla and coccie bacteria.

do prokaryotic bacteria need oxygen?

it depends on the bacteria. cyanobacteria are a good example of a bacteria that can. there are obligate anaerobes, obligate aerobes, and organisms that can live with or without it.

organisms whose cells lack nuclei?

prokaryotes are organisms whose cells lack nuclei. an example of a prokaryote is bacteria.

can unicellular organisms be eukaryotic or prokaryotic?

unicellular organisms can be either eukaryotic or prokaryotic. for example: protozoa are eukaryotes. bacteria are prokaryotes.

what are some organisms?

bacteria(example: e. coli) animal(example: humans) plants(example: oak tree) fungus(example: mushrooms)

how do cilia reproduce?

they don't. it is the organisms that reproduce (for example, bacteria), not their individual organs or organelles.

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