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Autotrophic

Au`to`troph´ic
a.1.(Plant Physiol.) Capable of self-nourishment; requiring only minerals for growth; using carbonate or carbon dioxide as a source of carbon and simple inorganic nitrogen as a nitrogen source; - said of all plants in which photosynthetic activity takes place, and certain bacteria. It is opposed to parasitism or saprophytism.
2.of or pertaining to an autotroph.
Adj.1.autotrophic - of or relating to organisms (as green plants) that can make complex organic nutritive compounds from simple inorganic sources by photosynthesis
Synonyms: autophytic
Antonyms:
heterotrophic - requiring organic compounds of carbon and nitrogen for nourishment; "most animals are heterotrophic"
autophyte, autophytic, autophytic plant, autotroph, autotrophic organism, botany, heterotrophic, phytology
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