Bacteria, Protists & Fungi I. Prokaryotes: - includes heterotrophs and autotrophs - heterotrophs - get energy from consuming something else - autotrophs - get energy from sources like sun, heat, etc. - Prokaryotes are divided into two main groups: - bacteria - archaea - Come in three basic ...
plant-like and autotrophs (algae), some are heterotrophs (protozoan or animal-like) and some are more related to fungi and are absorptive heterotrophs.
Heterotrophs are organisms that obtain their energy by feeding on others (or on organic compounds) Hetero = other troph = to feed Before there were other organisms, they would feed on surrounding "left-overs" of their origin.
Autotrophs and Heterotrophs Autotrophs: Synthesize ATP and organic compounds using the energy of the sun. Heterotrophs: Breakdown food molecules and conserve the energy to synthesize ATP.
Heterotrophs with Restricted Mobility Oomycota The oomycetes comprise about 580 species, among them the water molds, white rusts, and downy mildews.
Heterotrophs with Flagella The phylum Sarcomastigophora contains a diverse group of protists combined into one phylum because they all possess a single kind of nucleus and use flagella or pseudopodia (or both) for locomotion.
Like archaebacteria, they are unicellular and are prokaryotes.! Some species are heterotrophs, while others are autotrophs.! There are both helpful and harmful organisms in this kingdom.
Kingdom, Phylum, Subphylum, Class, Order, Suborder, Family, Genera, Species Kingdom Monera: Prokaryotic: single-celled with no nucleus. Also known as bacteria.
Primary heterotrophs (primary consumers) Secondary heterotrophs (secondary consumers) Decomposers: What they do: Digest dead and decaying matter
This is an art and writing project and will only count if you are not missing any work! If this is something you like to do, then read on! In the past three days, you've seen many autotrophs and heterotrophs.