define saprophytic nutrition

 

Saprophytic nutrition is that nutrition in which an organism obtains its food frm decaying organic matter. For ex- dead plants, dead animals, rotten bread etc

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the mode of nutrition in which two plants of a same part of plant help each other in prepearing their food is called saprophytic nutrition

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the mode of nutrition in which organisms take nutrition from dead and decaying matter in solution form is called saprotrophic nutrition. 

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 for eg mushrooms

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Organisms feed on dead or decaying organic matter are called saprophytes and their mode of nutrition as saprophytic nutrition (GK. Sapros- rotten, trophos-feeder). Saprobes secrete enzymes for extracellular digestion and the end products are absorbed and assimilated by them. Many fungi and bacteria exhibit saprophytic mode of nutrition.

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 the method of getting nutrients from dead and decaying matter in the form of liquid is known as saprophytic nutrition.

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the mode of nutrition  in which organisms called fungus secrete digestive juices on dead and decaying matter. they convert the dead and decaying matter into a soluble form and then absorb nutrients from it. this is saprotrophic mode of nutrition

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Saprotrophic nutrition (play /sæprɵˈtrɒfɪk/) is a process of chemoheterotrophic extra-cellular digestion involved in the processing of dead or decayed organic matter. It occurs in saprotrophs or heterotrophs, and is most often associated with fungi, for example Mucor andRhizopus. The process is most often facilitated through the active transport of such materials through endocytosis within the internal mycelium and its constituent hyphae.[1]

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THE NUTRITION  WHEN ORGANISMS FEED ON DEAD AND DECAYING MAYER

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THESE ARE VERY FURTAIL.

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 the nutrition taken from the dead and decaying matter is known as saprophytic nutrition

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Saprotrophic nutrition is a process of chemoheterotrophic extra-cellular digestion involved in the processing of dead or decayed organic matter. It occurs in saprotrophs or heterotrophs , and is most often associated with fungi , for example Mucor andRhizopus . The process is most often facilitated through the active transport of such materials through endocytosis within the internal mycelium and its constituent hyphae . 

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Saprotrophs are those organisms which feed on dead organic matter and this mode of nutrition id known as saprophytic mode. Saprotrophic organisms have no chlorophyll and hence, cannot make their own food. For example- mushroom, yeast

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A saprotroph (or saprobe) is an organism that obtains its nutrients from non-living organic matter, usually dead and decaying plant or animal matter, by absorbing soluble organic compounds. Since saprotrophs consume external food sources rather than make their own food, they are considered a type of heterotroph.

Many species of fungi, bacteria, and protista are saprotrophs. Animal scavengers, such as dung beetles and vultures, are also sometimes referred to as saprotrophs, but are more commonly called saprophages. In food webs, saprotrophs generally play the role of decomposers. Saprotrophs are often eaten by consumers and therefore commonly play important roles as recyclers in ecosystem energy flow and biogeochemical cycles.

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Saprophyte is an older term that is now considered obsolete. The suffix -phyte means "plant". However, there are no truly saprotrophic organisms that are embryophytes, and fungi and bacteria are no longer placed in the Plant Kingdom. Plants that were once considered saprophytes, such as non-photosynthetic orchids and monotropes, are now known to be parasites on fungi. These species are termed myco-heterotrophs

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