What do Heterotrophs Move By?
Heterotrophs move by using pseudopods, cilia, or sarcodines, ciliates, zooflagellates, and can sometimes slide around using slime layers.
Protists are grouped by: heterotrophs that move, heterotrophs that can't move, and producers
When scientists divide protist into the producers heterotrophs that can move and heterotrophs that cannot move how are they grouping the protists?
They're classifying them by how they get their food.
autotrophic animals are different from heterotrophs because autotrophs produce their own food by photosynthesis while heterotrophs move around in search of food
pseudopods and cilia
Slime molds are plant like heterotrophs, which means that they are unable to move
Yes, jellyfish are heterotrophs. Heterotrophs eat and are consumers. Jellyfish eat, and are consumers: therefore, they are heterotrophs.
heterotrophs with pseudopods heterotrophs with flagella heterotrophs with restricted mobility nonmotile spore-former ( sporozoans ) ...........by: sharmaine
Prey are heterotrophs.
Animals are heterotrophs.
Archaebacteria are heterotrophs
Jellyfish are 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.
Yes. All fungi are heterotrophs.
Yes. All animals are heterotrophs.
Autotrophs make their own food, Heterotrophs eat other Heterotrophs or AutoTrophs
Heterotrophs are living things that have to eat other living things to survive. That would be an animal, since plants make their own food. Heterotrophs that eat other heterotrophs would be animals that eat other animals. Heterotrophs that eat only other heterotrophs would be a carnivore. If the heterotroph eats both heterotrophs (animals) and autotrophs (plants), that would describe an omnivore.
first order heterotrophs
Actually worms are both Heterotrophs and Parasites
Consumers are heterotrophs. Autotrophs are producers.
Organisms in the fungi kingdom are heterotrophs.
Humans are heterotrophs. Plants are autotrophs.
Autotrophs depend on heterotrophs for minerals
Heterotrophs get energy from other organisms.
Autotrophs could not live without heterotrophs. This is because autotrophs get there nutrients from the soil which is decomposed heterotrophs.
Heterotrophs are not photosynthetic.They obtain carbon from others.
No. They are heterotrophs. All the pathogens are heterotrophs, probably.
Autotrophs and heterotrophs are organisims that get or make food.
snake are 2nd heterotrophs
Type your answer here... aerobic heterotrophs
Heterotrophs get their nutrients and food from other things. We depend on plants and other organisms to survive. Heterotrophs don't make their food.
Multicellular heterotrophs are located everywhere in the world. All animals and humans are multicellular heterotrophs and can be found on land and in the ocean.
Heterotrophs are a range of shapes and sizes. They can range from unicellular organisms to elephants. This is because heterotrophs eat other organisms for food.
Heterotrophs are also known as parasites or saprophytes depending on their mode of getting food.
Part heterotrophs? I don't know what you mean by "part."
Ostriches are heterotrophs because they have to find their own food.
Heterotrophs and autotrophs!! Since these bacteriums are chemosynthetic or photosynthet
Mushrooms are heterotrophs. They cannot make their own food.
Majority of algae known till now are autrotrophs and not heterotrophs.
Heterotrophs get their energy by consuming plants or animals, dead or alive.
Yes. Heterotrophs depend on the sun to assist with photosynthesis. This is the process used by heterotrophs to create energy needed for their survival.