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What is something that heterotrophic organisms do?
Heterotrophic organisms cannot synthesise their own food.They are dependent on autotrophic organisms(i.e. plants)for their food ...
Asked in Science
Plants autotrophic or heterotrophic?
Plants are autotrophic. This means they make their own food. Plants are photosynthetic autotrophs, because they make their energy from sunlight. This is in contrast to chemosynthetic autotrophs found near hydrothermal vents which produce their energy from chemicals. ...
Are Animalia autotrophic heterotrophic or both?
Animals are simply heterotrophic. Think about it. Can we, humans, produce our own food from the sun? Unless sweat is food.(ITS NOT) Anyway, the answer is SIMPLY heterotrophic. Animals are heterotrophic because we depend on eating meat supplied from other animals or plants whether herbivores,carnivores, or both. Answer = heterotrophic (NOT BOTH) ...
What characteristics distinguish fungi from plants?
Fungi are heterotrophic, and plants are autotrophic. Fungi are both multicellular and unicellular. ...