Question #2480c

1 Answer
Jan 16, 2017

Answer:

Autotrophs make their own food.

Heterotrophs do not

Explanation:

Autotrophs produce their own energy via processes such as photo- and chemo- synthesis.

Examples:

Plants, Phytoplankton, etc.

Heterotrophs do not produce their own energy. So, they have to get it by consuming other living organisms such as autotrophs or other heterotrophs.

Examples:

Animals, etc.