A producer, because it has a chloroplast to make its own food using photosynthesis.
Amoeba obtains food by phagocytosis while Chlamydomonas is photsynthetic and prepares its own food from carbon dioxide and water .
Water inside a Chlamydomonas is used in photosynthesis. This is where the cell mixes water with Carbon dioxide to make glucose and oxygen. It uses the glucose as a food.
Chlamydomonas has autotrophic mode of nutrition. It synthesis the organic foodmaterial in the presence of light by photosynthesis.
Amoebas eat by wrapping their bodies around their food and chlamydomonas eat by photosynthesis.
Chlamydomonas is a single celled aquatic alga . It possess chloroplast and chlorophyll, it prepares its food by photosynthesis .
no they do not make their own food autotrouphs make their own food
Chlamydomonas isKingdom: ProtistaDivision: ChlorophytaClass: ChlorophyceaeOrder: VolvocalesFamily: ChlamydomonadaceaeGenus: ChlamydomonasThe genus chlamydomonas has 4 identified species:Chlamydomonas reinhardtiiChlamydomonas caudata WilleChlamydomonas moewusiiChlamydomonas nivalis
No, snails do not make their own food.
No grass does not make it own food .
An organism that can make its own food
Plants do make their own food.
Autotrophs can make their own food.
They make their own food because they have chloroplast which is where photosynthesis takes place so this is how they make their own food.
what eats chlamydomonas
The animal kingdom does not make it own food. There is really no animals that make food
animals can't make their own food
plants make there own food by photosynthesis.
flatworms cannot make their own food.
Heterotrophs do not make their own food.
No, zebras can't make their own food.
Yes, Moneran does make it own food.
Paramecium does not make its own food, it is a consumer.