No, a plant could not grow without oxygen.
Yes. Mankind could not survive without them.
No, plants cannot survive without sunlight, herbivores cannot survive without plants, and I don't think carnivores and omnivores can survive without herbivores. Besides, they would all freeze to death within a few days anyway.
No, plants are producers (they capture energy from the Sun) and animals are consumers (they live on the energy captured by the plants). Thus without plants there would be no animals.
All living things need the sun to survive in one way or another. All "natural" energy on Earth comes directly from the sun. So, to answer your question, plants could not survive if there was no sun.
Without plants producing oxygen, society could not survive. Plants also provide beauty to the environment.
No because animals eat plants so if animals didnt eat plants the plants would die unless watered.
No, a cell could not survive without the nucleus.
If we didn't have bees and our technology didn't improve, then we could not survive without the trees and plants. Bees help theses plants by pollenating them and keeping them healthy. If our Technology did improve, then scientists could probably figure out a way to survivee without theese things. Thanks, Bekah Jobe
No. They could not under the current regime of life on Earth. Bacteria, in their symbiotic, detrivorous, and other roles are critical to the life functions of plants and animals. If all bacteria were to die out, it is likely that everything living on the planet would die out. Oddly enough, the bacteria could survive without animals or plants.
Nutrients essential to life would quickly be "trapped" in dead animals and plants. These nutrients could no longer be accessed by new and growing plants and animals.
No. People, plants and animals need gasses to live- oxygen and carbon dioxide.
no, the skin protects the inside of your body. You cannot survive without it.
Without water we could not exist. The plants eat water, animals eat the plants, we eat animals. Everyone on earth needs water to survive. Without water, there would be no enviroment.
Cells could not survive without any form of diffusion. If there is no diffusion, cells will become either hypertonic or hypotonic.
Yes. They are mammals, and like all mammals, have a respiratory system. Without this, they could not breathe.
The world would probably survive, but many forms of life would be adversely affected without the worms. They are an important and overlooked link in the food chain. Also, earthworms till the soil and help plants to grow.
Yes because they survive on plant, not human.
PC can form chlamydospores when conditions are not favourable to it. These are hard shelled spores (almost like a seed) which can survive for years in soil without any plant material. Current science thinks this could be up to or more than ten years. A chlamydospore could theoretically survive without soil as well though they are usually found in soil.
I think the special thing about mammals is they know swimming in deepest water and they could live in water without sleeping for many hours and could live without eating for a couple of days.