1. 1. the process by which an organism takes food and utilizes it to get energy, for growth, repair, maintenance is called ________
  2. 4. The type of nutrition in which the organisms live on or inside the body of their host and derive their food from them
  3. 5. Poor health may be due to an _______ of nutrients, either a deficiency or excess, which in turn, affects bodily functions cumulatively.
  4. 6. the act or process of discharging undigested or waste material from a cell or organism specifically.
  5. 9. ________ rely on other animals for their food
  6. 10. The type of nutrition in which an organism takes the complex organic food materials into its body by the process of ingestion
  7. 11. a plastid in green plant cells
  8. 13. The _______ pigment is responsible for the green colouration in plants
  9. 17. The process by which phototrophs convert light energy into chemical energy is
  10. 18. Koala is the example of ___________
  11. 19. The ______ is a long, hollow tube that forms part of the alimentary canal organs of the digestive system.
  12. 20. Heterotrophs are organisms that ingest organic carbon from other sources to produce energy and maintain their own life.
  1. 2. an animal that feeds on insects, worms, and other invertebrates
  2. 3. The materials which provide nutrition to living organisms are called ______
  3. 7. Exchange of gases in the leaves take place with the help of ________
  4. 8. It is estimated that ________ comprise more than half of all microscopic plankton.
  5. 12. The simple inorganic substances from which an organism is able to form nutritional organic substances is called
  6. 14. the absorption and digestion of food or nutrients by the body or any biological system.
  7. 15. _________ are cells that create their own energy and biological materials from inorganic chemicals.
  8. 16. The mode of nutrition in which an organism obtains nutrients from dead and decaying organic matter is called ________ nutrition.