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Biology (MindTap Course List)

11th Edition
Eldra Solomon + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337392938
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Biology (MindTap Course List)

11th Edition
Eldra Solomon + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337392938

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Chapter 25, Problem 6TYU
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Bacteria that are autotrophs (a) do not require atmospheric oxygen for cellular respiration (b) must obtain organic compounds from other organisms (c) manufacture their own organic molecules from simple raw materials (d) get their nourishment from dead organisms (e) produce endospores when oxygen levels are too low for active growth

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Chapter 25 Solutions

Biology (MindTap Course List)
Ch. 25.2 - VISUALIZE Draw the steps that take place during...Ch. 25.3 - Describe the principal modes by which prokaryotes...Ch. 25.3 - How do chemoheterotrophs obtain energy?Ch. 25.3 - How do facultative anaerobes differ from obligate...Ch. 25.3 - How do prokaryotes obtain nitrogen needed to...Ch. 25.4 - Compare characteristics of the three domains:...Ch. 25.4 - Distinguish between the main groups of archaea and...Ch. 25.4 - Describe the main groups of bacteria discussed in...Ch. 25.4 - What types of environments are inhabited by...Ch. 25.4 - How does each of the following groups of bacteria...Ch. 25.5 - Identify the critical ecological roles played by...Ch. 25.5 - Describe some of the important roles played by...Ch. 25.5 - In what ways do bacteria form relationships with...Ch. 25.5 - Where would you expect to find biofilms? Name...Ch. 25.5 - Describe how prokaryotes are ecologically...Ch. 25.5 - Describe the process of bioremediation.Ch. 25.6 - Describe the roles played by Louis Pasteur and...Ch. 25.6 - Identify adaptations that have contributed to...Ch. 25.6 - Why are Kochs postulates important?Ch. 25.6 - Contrast endotoxins with exotoxins.Ch. 25 - Peptidoglycan is a chemical compound found in the...Ch. 25 - Bacterial flagella (a) are homologous with...Ch. 25 - Endospores (a) are formed by some viruses (b) are...Ch. 25 - In conjugation, (a) two bacterial cells of...Ch. 25 - The majority of heterotrophic bacteria are (a)...Ch. 25 - Bacteria that are autotrophs (a) do not require...Ch. 25 - Bacteria that thrive in puncture wounds are likely...Ch. 25 - Which of the following do not belong to domain...Ch. 25 - Rhizobial bacteria (a) are used in the production...Ch. 25 - Robert Koch (a) proposed a set of guidelines to...Ch. 25 - Which group of bacteria contains the...Ch. 25 - VISUALIZE Label the diagram.Ch. 25 - Imagine that you discover a new microorganism....Ch. 25 - What would be the consequences for eukaryotes if...Ch. 25 - EVOLUTION LINK In what way does the use of...Ch. 25 - SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY The Centers for...

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