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If you pull mushrooms out of the ground as soon as you notice them, does that mean they'll never come back? Don't they have filiments of some kind under the ground? Or am i thinking of something else?
Besides being smaller than bacteria, I need to describe two other ways viruses and bacteria are different. Here is what I came up with, let me know if I'm on the right track. 1. Viruses are non-living whereas bacteria are not. 2. Bacteria can reproduce themselves via binary fission, conjugation, or ...
- Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:23 pm
- Forum: Botany Discussion
- Topic: Red and Green Algea
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Look on page 240 and 514 of your textbook : Biology The Dynamics of Life. I had gotten a little confused on that question too, but these pages really helped me to see that the main reason was the red algae have these phycobilins that can absorb green, violet , and blue light. In which can penetrate ...