Animal nutrition - zoology, Biology

Animal Nutrition

Nutrition is the procurement of substances necessary for growth, maintenance and activities of a living body. The substances used for nutrition are called nutrients.

There are two types of nutrition; autotrophic and heterotrophic.

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