Accounting for littoral primary production by periphyton shifts a highly humic boreal lake towards net autotrophy
However, plantlets produced from in vitro cultures have to switch from heterotrophy to autotrophy
and possess abnormal anatomical and physiological characteristics, such as under developed leaf cuticle and lower stomatal density, which necessitates acclimatization in order for them to cope with edaphoclimatic conditions (BARBOZA et al.
Shifting roles of heterotrophy and autotrophy
in coral energetics under varying turbidity.
Consequently, the pelagic NPP showed net heterotrophy in St 02 and St 15, net autotrophy
in St 30 and St 60, and values next to equilibrium in St 90 and St 120 (Tukey-Kramer, p<0.
Shell closing limits exposure of the mantle to light, hence autotrophy
will be limited.
19) Fungi could no longer produce their own food, an ability called autotrophy
During their evolution, 2% of angiosperms have lost their autotrophy
and become parasites of other higher plants called by host plant .
Yuan H, Ge T, Chen C, O'Donnell AG, Wu J (2012) Significant role for microbial autotrophy
in the sequestration of soil carbon.
High-frequency metabolism study in a large and shallow temperate lake reveals seasonal switching between net autotrophy
and net heterotrophy.
Thus, students can explore questions related to fundamental concepts in cell biology such as autotrophy
and heterotrophy, nitrogen, vitamin or mineral nutrition, and physical environmental conditions.
2005), the relatively low importance of hormones in microspore embryogenesis relies on the fact that hormonal autotrophy
is a condition sine qua non for true embryogenesis.