Nourishment and Biochemistry of Parasites

A form of heterotrophic nutrition called parasitism involves a living organism living inside or on the surface of another type of living organism. In general, the host suffers from this needed collaboration. For the growth and capacity of the host area unit, parasites need nutrients. As a result, parasites have undergone significant alterations to improve their nutrition and survival. In addition to the production of eggs, the assembly of macromolecules is concerned with amino acids, unsaturated fats, and carbohydrates as sources of energy. The majority of section parasites are heterotrophs, unable to plan their own "sustenance."



 


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