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What Kingdoms Are Heterotrophic & Autotrophic?

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The word heterotroph comes from the Greek "heteros, which means "other" or "different, and "trophe, which means "nutrition. Heterotrophs get their food from organic sources in their environment. This means eating or absorbing sources of organic
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