a tree is an example of an autotroph.
If you mean heterotroph, than it is any organism that cannot produce its own food,(like plants with photosynthesis). A good example of a heterotroph is a human or a lion, if you prefer.
No. A horse is a heterotroph, it feeds off producers - ie plants.
One of my favorites is the paramecium.
A heterotroph is organism requiring organic compounds for its principal source of food. Bacteria belongs to kingdom monera.
All marine animals are heterotrophic .
A heterotroph is an organism that relys on other organism for their energy and food supply. Herbivores, detritivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers are all heterotroph types.
yes all protists are heterotroph.. some though also are something aside from heterotroph, for example sarcodina are not only heterotrophs but alsp phagasites
A kangaroo is an Heterotroph
A dog is a heterotroph because it relies on the food it eats for organic compounds. An example of an autotroph would be a tree (or anything else that performs photosynthesis).
A primary consumer (heterotroph). For example, any herbivore.
heterotroph An amoeba (as just one example!).