5 Kingdoms of science?
Ok so for this project I have to have an example of fungi, eubacteria, and archaebacteria.
I need: 2 fungi (NOT MUSHROOM! AND IT HAS TO BE NOT COMMON!)
2 Eubacteria (NOT COMMON)
2 archaebaacteria (NOT COMMON)
I just need picture. Doesn't have to have the name but pictures. If you give me a name you don't have to give me a picture. THANK YOU GUYS! (And girls ;D)
P.S. When I mean (Not common) I mean something that is rare, not common, and sort of unknown
- gardengallivantLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Bdellovibrio are predatory eubacteria that prey on bacteria. The Bdellovibrio genus has species that swim fast enough to invade the prey cell wall to enter the periplasmic space of gram negative prey. The Bdellovibrio release digestive enzymes into the prey's cytoplasm to digest its proteins & nucleic acids for uptake.
Vibrio fischeri are bioluminescent eubacteria
Achaean purple Halobacteria are phototrophic but not photosynthetic. They use a type of nonphotosynthetic photophosphorylation mediated by bacteriorhodopsin to transform light energy into ATP.
The rice fungus Rhizopus microsporus contains the bacterium Burknolderia as an endosymbiont. The bacteria provide the toxin to the fungus so it can attack the rice.
Radiotrophic fungi found in Chernobyl - Cryptococcus neoformans grow on the ruins of the melted down reactor.
Predatory Arthrobotrys anchonia fungi use constrictive ring snares s to capture nematodes. These fungi use this as a means to supplement their degradation of woody detritus with additional nitrogen.