This essay focuses on microbiological agent. The agents found submerged in the soil in the rhizosphere and were firmly attached to the roots of short trees that had also been recovered from the melting ice. Upon examining the life form on the roots of the trees, the scientists notice what appears to be a very slimy life form..
Y8ou should answer the question
Firstly, time Roman and provides image to help support your response.
Secondly, you will submit your response as a power point presentation.
Thirdly, minimal number of slide for your submission is 18 slides.
In addition, What would happen if we were suddenly expose to life forms that has absence for thousands of years,
or that we have never know before?
Lastly, We may be about to find out.
Climate change is melting permafrost soils that has froze for thousands of years,
and as the soils melt, they are releasing ancient life forms that, having lain dormant, are becoming viable again.
Recently, in a remote corner of Siberian tundra call the Yamal Peninsula in the Arctic Circle, a 12-year-old boy die
and at least twenty people were hospitalize after being infect by anthrax.
The infectious agent has lock in the permafrost for thousands of years
but as the permafrost melts the infectious agent was transmit through the air into the lungs of the people in the area.
During a research expedition, a group of scientists found a new life form,
but they were not sure what type of microbiological agent they had encounter.
The microbiological agents found submerge in the soil in the rhizosphere and were firmly attach to the roots of short trees that has also recover from the melting ice.
Upon examining the life form on the roots of the trees, the scientists notice what appears to be a very slimy life form.
The life form appeared to be a novel entity that has never characterize or study.
The organism appear to be colonial in makeup.
This organism was eugonic made of many cells that appear to all be the same kind and aggregates in a mucoid colony.
Upon further microscopic examination, the organism’s cells were large.
The morphology of the cells was elongate and, in a palisade-like arrangement.
The DNA of the organism appear to be free-floating in the cytoplasm but attach to the plasma membrane during replication.
Firstly, One of the structures was compose of a hard substance that appear to be protective for the organism.
Secondly, Some other structures were notice as round and stain pink or red when stained with methylene blue.
Thirdly, What type of organism is this (in general)?
Provide five arguments with detail to support your hypothesis.
Moreover, What is the significance of the life form’s attachment to the roots of the trees in relationship to obtaining nutrient?
In addition, What macromolecule are found in roots that would facilitate the production of ATP through cellular respiration?
Furthermore, Explain the relationship of the life form with the filamentous somatic structures found near the roots of the trees.
Additionally, Since the organism is found in the rhizosphere, propose the role(s) of the life form in the ecosystem.
Lastly, Explain the structures found in the cells of the life form that may have provided a mechanism for it to remain viable for many years.
Further, How does your explanation of these intracellular structures provide additional support to the answer you responded in question A?
Finally, Explain how some of the structures associated with the life form may lead you to believe that the life form may be dangerous to humans.
In a molecular investigation, the life form was found to produce microcystin.
In addition, Why would the discovery of microcystin add to your hypothesis that the life form is dangerous to humans?
Moreover, What mechanism of action and target organ of microcystin?