Asked in Animal Life, The Difference Between
What the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs?
Autotrophs make their own food, Heterotrophs eat other Heterotrophs or AutoTrophs ...
What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs and saprotrophs?
autotrophs are me heterotrophs are you saprotrophs are us all
Do heterotrophs support autotrophs in the food chain?
No, Autotrophs are producers that make their own food for example plants using light for photosynthesis. Heterotrophs eat the autotrophs, so really autotrophs support the heterotrophs in the cycle. ...
Asked in Animal Life, Ecosystems
Do heterotrophs depend on autotrophs for their survival?
All heterotrophs depend on autotrophs for their survival for food. Autotrophs can create their own nutrients from photosynthesis but heterotrophs rely on nutrients from eating other organisms. ...
What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs?
The difference of heterotrophs and autotrophs is that the autotophs can make their own food while heterotrophs consume their food. Heterotrophs can be herbivorous, omnivorous, or carnivorous. ...
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems
How did the first heterotrophs in existence obtain energy?
They fed on the autotrophs. The autotrophs made their own food but since the heterotrophs couldn't, they had to eat the autotrophs . ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Ecosystems, Genetics
Why do heterotrophs depend on autotrophs for their survival?
Autotrophs can create their own food from photosynthesis, heterotrophs rely on nutrients gained from eating autotrophs. Heterotrophs in turn return nutrients to the soil through excretement or decomposition. ...
Asked in Similarities Between
What are the similarities between autotophs and heterotrophs?
you cannot say that there are similarities in autotrophs and heterotrophs. the only similarity is that they are living organisms.but there are more dissimilarities between autotrophs and heterotrophs. ...
Asked in Genetics
Are protista heterotrophs or autotrophs?
'Protista' is a large, diverse kingdom that includes both heterotrophs and autotrophs. For example algae and some kinds of seaweed can photosynthesize and are autotrophs; amoeba and paramecium obtain nutrients from their surroundings and are heterotrophs. ...