mixotrophic


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mixotrophic

(ˌmɪksəˈtrəʊfɪk)
adj
(Biology) biology relating to a combination of heterotrophic and autotrophic sustenance
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the protozoa) are often mixotrophic, that is, they consume particles such as bacteria or small algae and can photosynthesize.
The distribution of large mixotrophic ciliates (Stentor) in deep north Patagonian lakes (Chile): first results.
Chemosensory responses of heterotrophic and mixotrophic flagellates to potential food sources.
Mixotrophic type of feeding of Olgaconcha tufari Beck (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) from the active hydrothermal field of the Manus Basin (Bismarck Sea).
Symbiodinium transcriptome and global responses of cells to immediate changes in light intensity when grown under autotrophic or mixotrophic conditions.
Four methods are: phototrophic (light as the only source of energy), heterotrophic (organic matter as the energy source), mixotrophic (organic and C[O.
However, this relationship could be partially darkened by the interaction of other biological components, such as mixotrophic and heterotrophic nanoflagellates, which have been detected as important agents of bacterioplankton mortality (Hakspiel-Segura, 2005).
Energetics and Carbon Metabolism During Growth of Microalgal Cells under Photoautotrophic, Mixotrophic and Cyclic Light-Autotrophic/Dark-Heterotrophic Conditions.
Enhanced growth and lipid production of microalgae under mixotrophic culture condition: Effect of light intensity, glucose concentration and fed-batch cultivation.
Mixotrophic Growth of Phaeodactylum tricornutum on Glycerol: Growth Rate and Fatty Acid Profile.