Do all living things need air?
All living things need air to survive. From plants to sea creatures, without air they would not be alive.
Do all living things breathe oxygen?
In a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , researchers have now identified the first animal that doesn’t use oxygen to breathe: Henneguya salminicola, an 8-millimeter white parasite that infects the flesh of Chinook salmon.
What can live without oxygen?
A tiny parasite called Henneguya salminicola is the first known multicellular animal that can survive without oxygen, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by researchers at Tel Aviv University.
- Do all living things need air?
- Do all living things breathe oxygen?
- What can live without oxygen?
- What happens without oxygen?
- Do all living things breathe out carbon dioxide?
- Is there a place on Earth without oxygen?
- Do any animals breathe carbon dioxide?
- Do all living things need carbon dioxide?
- Can you breathe other than oxygen?
- What would happen if there were no carbon dioxide in the air?
- Do all living things need energy?
- What all living things need?
- What are the 4 things all living things need to survive?
- Why do living things need water?
- Why is the water wet?
- Why is water called life?
- Is fire a living thing?
- Does fire have DNA?
- Is an apple alive?
- Are clouds living?