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What organisms require food and proper environment for growth?

What organisms require food and proper environment for growth?

That would be all: All organisms, every living thing on planet earth, requires some form of food and a proper environment for growth, and for staying alive if no longer growing. Soe organisms can become spores or seeds, in a dried-up or dormant way, and don't need food umntil they sprout, hatch, or otherwise come back to life. ...Read more

Organisms (Definition)

1. An individual form of life, such as a plant, animal, bacterium, protist, or fungus; a body made up of organs, organelles, or other parts that work together to carry on the various processes of life. 2. A system regarded as analogous in its structure or functions to a living ...Read more


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How to make a best organism in female?

How to make a best organism in female?

Talk: Ask her what feels best. Be attentive to her wishes. You're male, so you are almost certainly going to climax. Your task as a superior lover is to figure out what she likes best and provide it. Let her know how important she is to you. Take good care of your body, and learn to use every part of it to make her happy. The key is communication and real affection. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What organisms are affected by taysachs?

What organisms are affected by taysachs?

Organisms that can: Organisms that reportedly can have a taysachs type of neurological disorder include dogs, cats, mice, deer, pigs, sheep, flamingoes, etc... ...Read more

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How many types of organisms are in your body?

How many types of organisms are in your body?

No one knows: It is estimated that there are between 500-1000 different species in the human gut alone. An interesting finding has been that obese people typically have less diversity in the gut microbiome compared with lean adults. In general, less microbial diversity in the gut is associated with more chronic disease. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: organisms?

What is the definition or description of: organisms?

See below: 1. An individual form of life, such as a plant, animal, bacterium, protist, or fungus; a body made up of organs, organelles, or other parts that work together to carry on the various processes of life.
2. A system regarded as analogous in its structure or functions to a living body: the social organism. ...Read more

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Why do some women release a fluid when having an organism?

Why do some women release a fluid when having an organism?

Not fully understood: The female orgasm is not fully understood, but some women have glands that will secrete a fluid when stimulated during the height of sexual pleasure, whereas others may feel the orgasm and get muscular/vaginal contractions without an excretion. ...Read more

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I have this problem having an organism every time it feels like im gonna have one itstarts to tickle?

Orgasms: Sensations vary from woman to woman- this can be a normal variant, urethral stimulation or clitoral stimulation. Go slowly and see if you can identify, exactly where you are feeling this sensation. ...Read more

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What other organisms is yersinia pestis related to?

Yersinia: The plague bacillus is related to Yersinia pseudotuberculosis and Yersinia enterocolitica. Both of these organisms can cause human infections but altogether different from plague. ...Read more

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What's the most common organism that causes pneumonia?

What's the most common organism that causes pneumonia?

Strep. Pneumoniae: This bacteria accounts for about 45% of community acquired pneumonia. There is an effective vaccine against it which should be given to people with lung disease, diabetes and cardiac disease and anyone over 65. ...Read more

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What water conditions are best for growth of the organism?

What water conditions are best for growth of the organism?

Legionella: The niche of legionella bacteria is within aquatic amoebae (acanthamoeba, hartmannella) in both environmental and man-made aquatic bodies. Infections with alternative legionella species (l micdadei, l dumoffii, l bozemanii) are more common in patients with advanced immunosuppression, usually in the hospital setting, where microaspiration of contaminated potable water has been the predominant sourc. ...Read more

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What is the scientific name of the organism that causes herpes?

Cause of herpes is: Herpes simplex virus. Can be type one (usually mouth/lips) or type two (usually genital). There is also herpes zoster, the cause of shingles (the same virus that causes chickenpox). There are other members of the herpesvirus family: http://www. Patient. Co.Uk/doctor/human-herpes-viruses. Htm. ...Read more

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How does a prion harm an organism?

Prion: Prions are proteins that have changed conformation, so that the normal function of the protein inside the cells won't work. The prions' also causes other normal proteins to misfold and make more prions, spreading the process. The prions affect many cells in the body, but they particularly harm nerve cells in the brain, causing progressive rapid degeneration. They are not alive, and have no dna. ...Read more

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What organisms have antibiotic resistance?

What organisms have antibiotic resistance?

Many: These little buggers evolve so fast! You've heard of the flesh eating bacteria? Some strains are deadly to the point of no current antibiotic works against them now.

Sorry, not a good answer to your question. Please ignore this answer. ...Read more

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What is the organism of bacterial conjunctivitis?

What is the organism of bacterial conjunctivitis?

Many: Staph. Aureus, strep. Pneumonae, and hemophilus influenza are the most common bacterial pathogens. Others include moraxella sp., corynebacterium diphtheriae, neisseria sp. And enteric gram negative bacilli. ...Read more

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What organisms does the hep b vaccine protects from?

What organisms does the hep b vaccine protects from?

Hep B vaccine: Hepatitis b vaccine prevents one from developing hepatitis when exposed to the hepatitis b virus. ...Read more

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What organism causes hepatitis?

What organism causes hepatitis?

Most commonly: A virus. But hepatitis is a generic term meaning inflammation of the liver. This ca have both infectious ads well as non infectious causes. ...Read more

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Is bowen disease caused by an organism?

Is bowen disease caused by an organism?

No: Bowen disease is a low grade cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma in situ. It is a type of skin cancer. ...Read more

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What is the size of legionella organisms?

What is the size of legionella organisms?

Size: 0.3 - 0.9 micron in width and 2 - 20 micron in length. ...Read more

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How can single celled organisms move and eat?

Cytoskeleton: They have molecules inside of them that polymerize as needed to form machinery that makes for movement. Some have external cilia or flagella to enable movement. ...Read more

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Please describe the most common organism causing pneumonia?

Strep pneumonia: Although most organisms that cause pneumonia are not discovered, the most common is streptoccocus pneumonae, others may include haemophylus influenzae and mycoplasma. ...Read more

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Why does my body shake so much during an organism that I have to stop my partner?

Why does my body shake so much during an organism that I have to stop my partner?

You are lucky: It sounds as if reaching orgasm for you is easily accomplished and easily detected. Consider yourself lucky that you have such a wonderful threshold. There is no way to stop this and why would you want to. Just enjoy the sensations and your partner will adjust (and probably feel very manly). ...Read more

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I was wondering what are some complicated diseases that are caused by organisms in the human body?

I was wondering what are some complicated diseases that are caused by organisms in the human body?

There are many: Tuberculosis from tubercle bacillus: Syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease from the spirochete bacillus called treponema pallidum, tertiary syphilis can be very complex affecting all parts of the body. Schistosomiasis or bilharzia caused by parasitic worms: Malaria caused by the parasitic Plasmodium falciparum & spread by mosquitos.
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After treating h.pyroli, how long after the test should be taken whether the organism is there r not?

H pylori: In most settings, H pylori should be documented to have been eradicated by either a breath test no earlier than four weeks after stopping antibiotics or a stool test no earlier than six weeks. You must be off antibiotics for a month and PPI's for a week when tested. There is no role for the blood test in this setting. If still present, sometimes endoscopy with biopsy is needed. Good luck. ...Read more

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