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Heterotroph is an
organism that cannot produce its own food and as an alternative gets its food
and energy by absorbing organic substances, generally plant or animal matter.
Autotroph is an
organism that is able to produce nutritional organic substances from simple
inorganic substances for example carbon dioxide.
bitroph is an organism that can utilize a mix of diverse sources of energy and
carbon, rather than having a single trophic mode on the scale from entire
heterotrophy at one end to autotrophy at the other.
microscopic, hair-like structures or organelles that expand from the surface of
almost all mammalian cells (multiple or single).
a whip-like structure that lets a cell to move. They are originated in all
three domains of the living world: bacteria, archaea, and eukaryota, also recognized
as protists, plants, animals, and fungi.
organisms that arise in most habitats. They differ from small, single-celled
forms to compound multi-cellular forms
micro-organisms that obtain their food from the neighboring environment. Scientists
would say 'they are heterotrophs'.