In non-green plants and animals mode of nutrition is
A: Saprophytic
B: Parasitic
C: Heterotrophic
D: Autotrophic
Correct answer is 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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Abhimannu Kumar
May 06, 2020
Option (D) Heterotrophic is the Wright answer

Yogeshwari Raut
May 21, 2020
Heterotrophic is correct answer

Mina Kc
Aug 04, 2020
Saprophytic

Asmi Bhartiya
Aug 15, 2020
The answer is heterotrophs because heterotrophs are those organism who depend on others to fulfill their requirements of food, and non- green plants are not capable to make their own food because of absence of chlorophyll,they are heterotrophs.

Sneha Kumari
Aug 07, 2020
Answer is v because in non green plant they cannot make their food by themselves so they are depend on others

Raj Kumar Singh
May 29, 2020
Ans heterotrophic as they are depend on other plants and animals for food.

Samrat Tripathi
May 04, 2020
SAPROPHYTIC

As organic matter decomposes within a medium in which a saprotroph is residing, the saprotroph breaks it into its composites.
- protiens  are broken down to amino acids due to the breakdown of peptide bonds by proteases.
- lipids are broken down into fatty acids and glycerol by lipases. 
- starch is broken down into disaccharides by amylases.

These products are re absorbed into the hypha through the cell wall, via endocytosis and passed on through out the mycelium complex. This facilitates the passage of such materials through out the organism and allows for growth and repair.

This occurs in saprotrophs and heterotrophs, and is most often associated with fungi and soil

Bipin Singh
Jul 24, 2020
Hectrotrophic modes of nutrition do not make their own food they completely depends on other animals

Shivani Choudhary
May 28, 2018
The non-green plants lack chlorophyll which is necessary to carry out the process of food referred to as photosynthesis. Therefore, they depend on other organisms i.e. plants and animals in order to obtain food.

The non-green plants, for example. Fungi, yeast, mushroom, bread mold, are called heterotrophs. They have a heterotrophic mode of nutrition. 

Sharad Chavan
Dec 07, 2020
Non green plays cannot do the process of photosynthesis....they can make their food with the help of other plants ...so they are heterotrophic in nature ...so the correct answer is C.

Heterophic are the plants which take their food from other plants..

Aditi Sharma
Jun 01, 2020
In non - green plants ,they don't have chlorophyll so, they are not able to make their food by the process of photosynthesis and due to the this they are dependent on green plants for their food and the same for animals.

Shalvi Chauhan
Aug 03, 2020
Heterotrophic is a mode of nutrition in plants the plants that are unable to make there own food and depends on other organisms for food...

The plants that are not green and animals have heterotrophic mode of nutrition because they eat the food that is maked by the plants that are green with the help of photosynthesis process so the plants that are green and animals are classified in heterotrophic mode of nutrition

Suja Chacko
Jun 12, 2019
Animals and most other organisms take readymade foods prepared by plants . the mode of nutrition in them are called heterotrophic nutrition

The answer is Heterotrophic
why please explain please

Imran Vadnagari
Apr 16, 2019
What is carbon dioxide

Siddhesh Bagad
Jun 24, 2020
The process by which living organism obtains their food is called mode of nutrition. In non-green plants and animals mode of nutrition is heterotrophs as they obtain food from plants or other animals.

M Singh
Sep 23, 2018
My answer was 'c' but it is showing 'n'

Sharanya Jala
Jul 22, 2020
Heterotrophic because these types of plants depend on other plants

A Nsh
Jul 25, 2021
C is correct answ

Himanshu Kumar
Aug 03, 2020
Hetrotrophic because they can,t prepare their own food

Vrunda
Mar 11, 2019
Because they do not have chlorophyll to prepare their food

Priti Jain
Aug 19, 2019
Why do we get hetrotrophic answer

Smitha Aji
Jul 22, 2018
Heterophic is the mode by which other organisms take food prepared by the plants

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