Asked in Food & Cooking
How is the way an autotroph gets food different from the way a heterotroph gets food?
Autotrophs is making your own food. Hetetrophs is getting your food a different way ...
Asked in Genetics
What cell part is different in autotrophs and heterotrophs?
Autotrophs are organisms that produce their own food. Heterotrophs are organisms that do not produce their own food. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology
Autotrophs are dependent on autotrophs directly when they?
Autotrophs are not dependent on other autotrophs.
Asked in Science
What are the different nutritional strategies of protists?
The different strategies are mixotrophs, autotrophs, heterotrophs, and some are aerobic and have a mitochondria. ...
What is the difference between chemosynthetic autotroph and a photosynthetic autotroph?
Chemosynthetic and photosynthetic autotrophs are two types of autotrophs. Autotrophs produce their own food from simple inorganic substances when an energy source is available. Photosynthetic autotrophs produce their food using the process photosynthesis, using sunlight as the energy source. Chemosynthetic autotrophs oxidise different inorganic substances to obtain energy without using sun light. ...
How do organisms that are not autotrophs get food?
By consuming autotrophs.
What are some autotrophs and How are they made autotrophs?
Some autotrophs/producers are: Wheat Fungi Algae Cacti Trees Shrubs They are made autotrophs because they can produce their own food. ...
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 ...
Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
True or false photosynthesis is a process that takes place in autotrophs?
It depends whether it is on Photosynthetic Autotrophs or Chemosynthetic Autotrophs. ...