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Which eukaryotic kingdom includes members that are the result of Endosymbioses that included an ancient Proteobacterium and an ancient cyanobacterium?

A) Plantae B) Fungi C) Animalia D) Protista E) Monera Answer: D 38. 38) Which eukaryotic kingdom includes members that are the result of endosymbioses that included an ancient proteobacterium and an ancient cyanobacterium? A) Plantae B) Fungi C) Animalia D) Protista E) Monera Answer: A 39.

Which three kingdoms have organisms that can photosynthesize?

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  • Kingdom Archaebacteria (photosynthesis) doesn’t have the necessary organelles to perform photosynthesis.
  • Kingdom Eubacteria (photosynthesis)
  • Kingdom Protista (photosynthesis)
  • Kingdom Fungi (photosynthesis)
  • Kingdom Plantae (photosynthesis)
  • Kingdom Animalia (photosynthesis)
  • Cellular Respiration.

Which kingdoms can make their own food?

The plant kingdom includes all types of plants including mosses, flowering plants, and ferns. Species in the plant kingdom consist of complex cells and are multicellular. Species within this kingdom are also autotrophs, meaning that they produce their own food.

What kingdom contains heterotrophic organisms?

Kingdom Animalia

Where do heterotrophic bacteria live?

What is Heterotrophic Bacteria? Heterotrophs are a group of microorganisms (yeast, moulds & bacteria) that use organic carbon as food (as opposed to autotrophs like algae that use sunlight) and are found in every type of water.

How do heterotrophic bacteria grow?

The growth of heterotrophic bacteria was studied at 10, 15, 20 and 30°C, and pH was controlled from 3.0 to 11.5 in a series of fed-batch chemostat reactors supplied with glucose as the sole source of carbon. Samples were analyzed for heterotrophic bacteria by tryptone glucose extract agar in triplicate.

Why are heterotrophic bacteria important?

Heterotrophic bacteria are capable of utilizing organic and inorganic materials in their surrounding environment. It plays a major role in handling organic waste; therefore, the resulting effluent does not contaminate the environment.

What is the difference between heterotrophic and autotrophic bacteria?

Autotrophic bacteria are capable synthesizing their food from simple inorganic nutrients, while heterotrophic bacteria depend on preformed food for nutrition.

What are the similarities and differences between Autotrophs and Heterotrophs?

Heterotrophs are able to move from one place to another in search of food, autotrophs are not able to move. Heterotrophs obtain their energy directly or indirectly from other organisms, while autotrophs obtain energy from inorganic sources, where they convert light energy (sunlight) into chemical energy.

Is a sunflower a Heterotroph?

Like most other plants, the sunflower is an autotroph.

Is a sunflower a Autotroph?

Yes, sunflower (Helianthus), like every other plant, is an autotroph.