heterotrophs

Organisms that break down and use organic matter.
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heterotrophs

Organisms that, unlike autotrophs, cannot derive energy directly from light or from inorganic chemicals, and so must feed on other life-forms. They obtain chemical energy by breaking down the organic molecules they consume. Heterotrophs include animals, fungi, and some types of bacteria.
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heterotrophs

Organisms that obtain their nutrition by breaking down organic molecules in foods; include animals and fungi.
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Heterotrophs

Organisms that obtain their nutrition by breaking down organic molecules in foods; include animals a
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