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1st one is definitely wrong
Heterotrophs compete for the same food source
lagrange why are the other 2 wrong
The definition of a Heterotroph is, a human or another animal that cannot produce its own food and has to eat other organisms. So, and autorph would not be eating a snake, or competeing for the same food as a heterotroph, since an autotroph can produce its own food
yes i understand now via looking at the lizard and frog but if it wasnt about just the lizard and frog and about the whole table, i think all of them could possibly be correct
i get what yur saying SS
Not really, beause if you look at the first choice, it says that Heterotrophs provide food for autrophs, its actually the other way around
yes but for example, when the hawk eats the snake and excretes the remains, the plants will take the minerals or nutrients will they not
assuming that the poop falls on the soil near a plant
in fact the ecomposure is the remains, poop so the plants are eating all the animals
autotrpohs make food from the sun, they sustain themselves, even if excrement where never to fall near a plant, as long as it has soil,water and sun then it can survive and provide food for other animals
yes but the soil contains the decomposure of the heterotrphs
heterortrophs would not be able to exist if there were no autotrophs. Autotrophs are the only organisms that can sustain themselves using the sun or other chemical means. Many autotrophs have no need for even soil.
I see, i just had conflicting theories in my head and wanted to make sure which one is scientifically accepted seems my original thought was right, thanks for the nice discussion