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  • carnívora Merckx, V., Martin I. Bidartondo y Nicole A. Hynson. 2009. Myco-heterotrophy: when fungi host plants. Ann Bot 104: 1255-1261. Selosse M-A, Roy M.
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  • Heterotroph (redirección desde Heterotrophy)
    A heterotroph (/ˈhɛtərəˌtroʊf, -ˌtrɒf/; Ancient Greek ἕτερος héteros = "other" plus trophe = "nutrition") is an organism that cannot produce its own food
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  • Myco-heterotrophy (from Greek μύκης mykes, "fungus", ἕτερος heteros, "another", "different" and τροφή trophe, "nutrition") is a symbiotic relationship
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  • trophic mode on the continuum from complete autotrophy at one end to heterotrophy at the other. It is estimated that mixotrophs comprise more than half
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  • identify single-celled organisms that can move independently and feed by heterotrophy. Marine protozoans include zooflagellates, foraminiferans, radiolarians
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  • Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 is a strain of unicellular, freshwater cyanobacteria. Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 is capable of both phototrophic growth by oxygenic
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  • A mycoparasite is an organism with the ability to be a parasite to fungi. A variety of fungicolous fungi have been found in nature, either as parasites
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  • (that is, eukaryotes that aren't animals, plants, or fungi) that feed by heterotrophy. Some examples of protozoa are Amoeba, Paramecium, Euglena and Trypanosoma
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  • "common mycorrhizal networks". A special case of mycorrhiza is myco-heterotrophy, whereby the plant parasitizes the fungus, obtaining all of its nutrients
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  • to perform photosynthesis, many of them are mixotrophs and practice heterotrophy to various degrees. The biochemical capacity to use water as the source
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  • photosynthesis but from the organic matter on which they live, utilising heterotrophy. Typically, molds secrete hydrolytic enzymes, mainly from the hyphal
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  • Autotrophs Chemosynthesis Chemotrophs Foundation species Mixotrophs Myco-heterotrophy Mycotroph Organotrophs Photoheterotrophs Photosynthesis Photosynthetic
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  • dioxide. Many bacteria get their carbon from other organic carbon, called heterotrophy. Others such as cyanobacteria and some purple bacteria are autotrophic
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  • resulting in heterotrophy. Synthetic biology efforts enabled the transformation of the trophic mode of two model microorganisms from heterotrophy to chemoorganoautotrophy:
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  • oxidation of electron donors, organic or not, associated with auto- or heterotrophy. The suggestion of Winogradsky was confirmed nearly 90 years later, when
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  • strategies are seen in dinoflagellates: phototrophy, mixotrophy, and heterotrophy. Phototrophs can be photoautotrophs or auxotrophs. Mixotrophic dinoflagellates
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  • Autotrophs Chemosynthesis Chemotrophs Foundation species Mixotrophs Myco-heterotrophy Mycotroph Organotrophs Photoheterotrophs Photosynthesis Photosynthetic
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  • continuously, drawing food inside the cell. Paramecia live mainly by heterotrophy, feeding on bacteria and other small organisms. A few species are mixotrophs
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  • Schuchmann, Kai; Müller, Volker (2016-07-15). "Energetics and Application of Heterotrophy in Acetogenic Bacteria". Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 82 (14):
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  • Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 80:5 (5): 885–890. doi:10.1017/s0025315400002861. Autotrophy Heterotrophy Phototrophy Phagotrophy Mixotrophy
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  • azooxanthellate, or aposymbiotic, coral colonies rely on obtaining energy through heterotrophy. Coral polyps snatch planktonic matter out of the water column in order
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  • mycotrophic in this sense. Examples include Burmanniaceae. Some mycotrophs are parasitic upon fungi in an association known as myco-heterotrophy. Fungus Flowers
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