anonymous
  • anonymous
True or False: Since prokaryotic cells do not have chloroplasts, all prokaryotic cells are heterotrophic.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
false, there are a lot of bacteria that can convert chemical composts, like sulfur in energy by oxidation, fermentation, etc.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so all fungi are not heterotrophs?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't think so, but almost all of them are. But in biology you can't say all, or never, because someone will always find something new. ^^ . I'll research about this, if I found some autotrophic fungi, I let you known.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, looks like all fungi are heterotrophic... but they made mutualistic relation with autotrophs.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry i mistook, I thought that the yeasts are autotrophic, but it aren't :D. If you want to read more about fungi, read the Raven's book. http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSk8V3GHImwmsPn5aNPGQd-PoPqEw2jFZFBX7N1-xNF5spGHJkA
anonymous
  • anonymous
Fungi are indeed heterotrophic, but I don't think they're relevant here: they're all eukaryotes :) Back on topic, do you know what chloroplasts are? More specifically, do you know where they come from, and what they used to be?

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