holozoic

[adj] - obtaining nourishment as animals do by ingesting complex organic matter
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holozoic

Animal-like in mode of obtaining nourishment, lacking photosynthetic capacity; denoting certain protozoans, in distinction to others that are holophytic. ... Origin: holo-+ G. Zoon, animal ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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holozoic

adjective obtaining nourishment as animals do by ingesting complex organic matter
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holozoic

holozoic Obtaining the whole of its food after the manner of animals; engulfing solid good particles. Related 'animal' units: anima-; faun-; therio-.
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holozoic

Type: Term Pronunciation: hol′ō-zō′ik Definitions: 1. Animallike in mode of obtaining nourishment, lacking photosynthetic capacity; denoting certain protozoans, in contradistinction to others that are holophytic.
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holozoic

(Gk: holos whole; zoios animal) feeding like an animal, i.e. heterotrophic.
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