Typical gram-positive bacteria are staphylococci; typical gram-negative bacteria are bacilli.
no, bacteria is a typical prokaryote.
Typical gram-positive bacteria are those staphylococci that produce boils; typical gram-negative bacteria are the bacilli that cause whooping cough; typical gram-variable bacteria are the bacilli that cause tuberculosis.
Not even close.A typical hydra is a few millimeters long.Copepods are much more common, and a typical copepod is less than 2 millimeters long.Organisms in the Archaea and Bacteria groups are typically a few micrometers in size.(So a thousand typical bacteria set end-to-end are about the same length as a typical hydra).
It is hard to say what is "typical", since galaxies vary quite a lot in size. Our galaxy has between 100 and 400 billion stars; some other galaxies are larger, but there are also lots of dwarf galaxies, some of which have only a few million stars. A typical spiral galaxy, like ours, has a few hundred billion stars.
One hundred million thousand dollars every twelve minutes.
12 billion years
If you consider the haploid human genome occupies a total of just over 3 billion DNA base pairs, and the genome is stored on 23 chromosome pairs.3,000,000,000 / 23 = 130,000,000 (rounded to nearest hundred thousand).So one gene is roughly one-hundred-million base pairs.
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Unlike typical bacteria,these organisms can use photosynthesis to make food.
Well, different storage mediums can hold different quantities of bytes. The average hard drive, as of 2009, can hold about 500 billion bytes. A typical flash drive can hold 4 billion bytes. A CD can hold 700 million bytes. There is no set amount.
There is no typical amount of genes, every organism has genes that codes for proteins it needs. Some bacteria have a few thousand genes, but plants often have hundreds of thousands, more than humans. There is no typical number of genes.
over 6 billion
10 billion years
Over 6 billion....
That's a star. A galaxy is much larger than a star; a typical galaxy contains several hundred billion stars.That's a star. A galaxy is much larger than a star; a typical galaxy contains several hundred billion stars.That's a star. A galaxy is much larger than a star; a typical galaxy contains several hundred billion stars.That's a star. A galaxy is much larger than a star; a typical galaxy contains several hundred billion stars.
A typical star has an age of several billion years. Some stars have formed more recently, and are only a few million years old - or even a fraction of a million years, since new stars continue forming all the time. The oldest stars are just a bit younger than the "age" of the Universe (the time since the Big Bang) - which is currently estimated at 13.8 billion years.