Difference between revisions of "Autotrophic"

From MarineBiotech Infopages
Jump to: navigation, search
 
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
{{Definition|title=Autotrophic organisms
 
{{Definition|title=Autotrophic organisms
 
|definition=  
 
|definition=  
Autotrophic organisms are self-nourishing which are able to feed on simple inorganic substances and through fixation of light energy, build up more complex substances. They are mostly green plants.<ref>[http://www.coastalpractice.net/glossary/index.htm CoPraNet Glossary]</ref>
+
Autotrophic organisms are self-nourishing which are able to feed on simple inorganic substances and through fixation of light energy, build up more complex substances. They are mostly green plants.
 
}}
 
}}
 
==References==
 
<references/>
 

Latest revision as of 11:25, 1 August 2020

Definition of Autotrophic organisms:
Autotrophic organisms are self-nourishing which are able to feed on simple inorganic substances and through fixation of light energy, build up more complex substances. They are mostly green plants.
This is the common definition for Autotrophic organisms, other definitions can be discussed in the article