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  • Prokaryotes And Unicellular Organisms

    Characteristics can classify organisms into 5 key groups called the 5 kingdoms: - Protoctista: These are mainly unicellular organisms that also have a nucleus. Some examples of protoctista are paramecium, amoeba and unicellular algae. -Prokaryotes: These are also unicellular organisms like protoctista but unlike them, they do not have a nucleus. An example of a Prokaryote is bacteria. Some prokaryotes are able to make their own food which makes them more self-sufficient. These types of prokaryotes are called autotrophic. Although there are some that cannot produce their own food; this type of prokaryotes is called heterotrophic. -Fungi: Have no cell walls in their structure but they are multicellular. Fungi also don’t have chlorophyll, saprophytic feeders. Fungi are heterotrophic organisms therefore they are…

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  • Synthesis Essay: The Diversity Of Living Organisms

    species on Earth. Living organisms exhibit unity because they use the same processes for seizing and storing energy, producing proteins, and passing on the information through genes from generation to generation. At the same time living organisms exhibit diversity because there are so many different species. All life on Earth is related because everything came to be from common origin yet beginning 4 billion years ago. Throughout the time living things have changed or evolved to fit different…

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  • Why Do Organisms Look Similar?

    All organisms derive from one common ancestor; however, the reason why organisms do not all look alike is because of evolution. When it comes to survival of the fittest it is all about who can adapt the quickest and evolve in order to keep the species alive. Two main factors come into play in evolution: abiotic and biotic factors. Organisms are constantly fighting abiotic forces such as weather. Weather or change of weather is one of the biggest reasons for organisms evolving. When the climate…

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  • We Organism B And Enterobacter Aerogenes

    was also discovered that fungi was a primary microorganisms accountable for the degradation of soil-buried polyester polyurethane (Barratt, Ennos, Greenhalgh, Robson, & Handley, 2003). Lastly, a recent discovery suggests that Methanogens, a simple organism, could survive life on Mars due to its anaerobic characteristics (University of Arkansas, 2015). After doing extensive research, we came to the conclusion that the most efficient way to test our hypothesis was to isolate pure colonies of four…

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  • 1. Why Do Organisms Move Through An Environment?

    1. Energy flows through an environment. What are two main sources of food? Why do organisms depend on food? Who or what is the primary producer in a food web? What do the arrows tell us about a food web? How would a food web change if an organism were removed? How can energy move through an environment? 2. Organisms and events cause environmental changes. How would an environment be affected by a change that harmed some hunted organisms but favored other hunted organisms? What are some…

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  • Genetically Modified Organisms

    This paper will identify the purpose of the genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and will explain how GMOs are made. Since the 1980s, more research and technology has pushed for further use of GMOs in crops. During this time, the United States has mostly used GMOs in crops such as soy, corn, cotton, and canola. I will cover the different uses of GMOs from the introduction of these alternations until the present uses of today’s advancement in gene duplicating technologies. In this paper, key…

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  • Genetically Modified Organism Research Paper

    Genetically Modified Organism Everyday Usage What is your stance on genetically engineering organisms to contain better genes within agriculture? Over the past decades gene engineering has been a huge topic of discussion between the public. Questions have erupted on whether the benefits from GMOs (genetically modified organism) outway the problems and on whether it is morally right to modify creatures for humans satisfaction. With a little education one will find that gene manipulation should…

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  • Genetically Modified Organisms: Pros And Cons

    Genetically Modified Organisms are a topic of strong debate that sparkles both pros and cons, fuelled largely by a lack of understanding and huge amounts of misinformation that give wrong ideas. My research project is introducing the issues related to this and covering both pros and cons, and my own opinion towards this. •Explain what is involved with this biological issue Genetically modified organisms, also known as a transgenic organism, are living organisms whose genetic material has…

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  • Genetically Modified Organism

    the world as the demand for food increases. Genetic modification is the use of biotechnology techniques to change the genes of an organism (AGRIC, 2015)
In Australia unless the Australian Gene Technology Regulator has concluded the Genetically Modified Organism, abbreviated as GMO is safe to human health as well as the environment it is not allowed to be handled. Other countries have similar regulators for GMO. 
Genetically engineering agricultural crops should be implemented as quickly as…

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  • Genetic Model Organism Paper

    Genetic Model organism Research Paper “In United States alone, GMO make up about 70-80% of the food we consume”(One Green Planet). In the article “ One Green planet” and nonfiction website talking about facts of genetic modified organisms. It talks about how much the United States eats GMO and how popular there are. It describes how most of processed foods have GMOs in them. Some scientist say that GMOS are bad for the crops because of the toxic release on the crops (Glass). Also some may say…

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