mixotrophic


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mixotrophic

(ˌmɪksəˈtrəʊfɪk)
adj
(Biology) biology relating to a combination of heterotrophic and autotrophic sustenance
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The presence of a sealing system that allows gas exchanges with the external environment, increasing the concentration of C[O.sub.2] and reducing the air relative humidity in the culture vessel, the exposure to a higher light intensity and the decrease of the sugar content in the culture medium are factors that can promote the photoautotrophic or mixotrophic growth of plants, leading them to maximize the ex vitro survival rates (Xiao et al., 2011; Saez et al., 2016).
A 14 under different electron donor conditions," Junfeng Su mentions the use of heterotrophic, mixotrophic and autotrophic denitrification in the treatment of nitrate-contaminated water.
Temperature induced stress influence on biodiesel productivity during mixotrophic microalgae cultivation with wastewater.
The third type, photo mixotrophic growth, occurs when the plant depends on photosynthesis and sugar in common cultures (Kozai et al.
Schmidt S, Raven JA, Paungfoo-Lonhienne C (2013) The mixotrophic nature of photosynthetic plants.
In mixotrophic culture, the light is the main source of energy; however, an organic carbon source is added to the culture medium simultaneously.
Sahinkaya, "Evaluation of nitrate and perchlorate reduction using sulfur-based autotrophic and mixotrophic denitrifying processes," Water Science and Technology-Water Supply, vol.
Ahring, "Mixotrophic growth of two thermophilic Methanosarcina strains, Methanosarcina thermophila TM-1 and Methanosarcina sp.
Symbiodinium transcriptome and global responses of cells to immediate changes in light intensity when grown under autotrophic or mixotrophic conditions.
Four methods are: phototrophic (light as the only source of energy), heterotrophic (organic matter as the energy source), mixotrophic (organic and C[O.sub.2] required for photosynthesis), and photoheterotrophic (use light to extract energy from organic matter) [56].