Nutrition - autotrophic nutrition, Biology

AUTOTROPHIC NUTRITION

  1. Preparation of organic food from the inorganic materials in the living body.
  2. May be photoautrophic, e.g. Euglena virdisima.
  3. May be chemoautotrophic e.g. Nitrifying bacteria.
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