TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOLOPHYTIC»
The term «holophytic» is barely ever used and occupies the 196.522
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOLOPHYTIC»
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Autotrophic or holophytic nutrition 2. Heterotrophic nutrition 1. Autotrophic or
Holophytic Nutrition All green plants and some protists, like Euglena and Volvox.
synthesise the organic compounds from inorganic compounds like CO2 and
Sasol Encyclopaedia of Science and Technology
holophytic on the film. To project an image, laser light is sent through the
developed film and two images are formed as shown in Fig. 95 (b). Holography
may in the future be used to produce three-dimensional television. mirror laser
Dictionary of plant sciences (including horticulture)
Principle that environment acts as a whole because of lack of barriers to the
interaction of its component factors. Holoenzyme. Apoenzyme (protein part) and
coenzyme (non- protein part) are together called HOLOENZYME. Holophytic ...
CRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences
Cf. photoautotrophic, holophytic, holotrophic, holozoic, litho- trophic. autotrophic
nutrition (lithotrophic nutrition; holophytic nutrition). a mode of self nourishment
whereby complex organic nutritive substances are manufactured from simple ...
The Invertebrata: A Manual for the Use of Students
The nutrition of an organism is said to be holophytic when it is effected, as in
typical plants, by the building up of complex organic substances from simple
inorganic ones by use of the energy of certain of the sun's rays (photosynthesis).
Lancelot Alexander Borradaile, Frank Armitage Potts, G. A. Kerkut, 1963
Genetics: Classical to Modern
Holophytic. Nutrition. Some organisms can synthesize all essential organic
compounds from inorganic substances of environment like CO2, NH3, nitrates,
salts and water, they are called autotrophs. This mode of nutrition is called
Competition Science Vision
Modes of Nutrition • Mainly Autotrophic or Halophytic and heterotrophic nutritions
are found. Autotrophic or Holophytic Nutrition • All green plants and certain
protists have evolved a mechanism to directly use the energy of sunlight for
B. small tlagellum large contractile vacuole vacuole bursting Fig. 13.9.
Successive stages of diastole ami systole of contractile vacuole during excretion
and osmoregulation. Myxotrophic nutrition The euglenae are sometimes
holophytic and ...
Nutrition: Phytoflagellates are primarily holophytic; but some are saprozoic or
holozoic, or combine any two of these three modes of nutrition. Coloured species
possess chromoplasts, which contain chlorophyll and any of a number of ...
Modern Text Book of Zoology: Invertebrates
Nutrition In E. viridis, nutrition is autotrophic or holophytic as well as saprophytic.
Such a dual mode of nutrition is frequently referred to as mixotrophic. There is no
evidence of animal-like or holozoic nutrition in Euglena. 1. Holophytic or ...