Distinguish between symbiotic nutrition and saprophytic nutrition
Asked by Jainvuhan14 | 28th Jun, 2019, 08:45: PM
Differences between symbiotic and saprophytic nutrition:
- Symbiotic plants are plants which possess inter-relations with other plants and stay in a close association.
- Saprophytic plants are the plants that depend on dead organic matter for their nutrition.
- Symbionts obtain nutrition from the host.
- Dead organic matter or decaying organic matter is the source of nutrition of saprophytes.
- Rafflesia plant is an example of symbiotic plant.
- Indian pipe family are examples of saprophytic plants.
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