Allotrophic

• (a.) Changed or modified in nutritive power by the process of digestion. • (a.) Dependent upon other organisms for nutrition; heterotrophic; -- said of plants unable to perform photosynthesis, as all saprophytes; -- opposed to autotrophic.
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Allotrophic

Al`lo·troph'ic adjective [ Greek ... other + trophic .] (a) (Physiol.) Changed or modified in nutritive power by the process of digestion. (b) (Plant Physiol.) Dependent upon other organisms for nutrition; heterotrophic; -- said of plants unable to perform photosynth...
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allotrophic

allotrophic 1. Obtaining nourishment from another organism or organisms. 2. Having an altered nutritive value so as to become less nutritious. 3. A reference to the influx of nutrients into a body of water or ecosystem from outside.
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allotrophic

Having an altered nutritive value. ... Origin: allo-+ G. Trophe, nourishment ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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allotrophic

Type: Term Pronunciation: al′o-trō′fik Definitions: 1. Having an altered nutritive value.
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