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What is Parasitic Nutrition?
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In today's video learn about what is parasitic nutrition and the various types of it that exist. For Hindi version click on - https://unacademy.com/lesson/what-is-parasitic-nutrition/PQ8LC5G8

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can we use cosine function instead of sine...also the slide contains the logarithmic decrement of cosine function..??
Indivi_ _dual
a year ago
*decrement in the form of cosine *
Gaurav Joshi
a year ago
the initial phase value will take care of such things, in the given slide take initial phase = π/2
Indivi_ _dual
a year ago
thank u
Mam please make a video on Aloe Vera
Plz gives some information about diploblastic nd triploblastic
Nujju
a year ago
it is germ layer... an organism consist of two or three germ layer if there is 2 germ layer present then it is known as diploblastic and if 3 germ layer are present then it is known as triploblastic.. we are triploblastic...
Puja Kumari
a year ago
Thnku a lot
there r some technicle words so plz upload in hindi...'
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  1. What is Parasitic Nutrition?


  2. Parasitic nutrition is a mode of heterotrophic nutrition where a parasitic organism lives on the body surface or inside the body of another type of organism or a host and gets nutrition directly from the body of the hos


  3. Parasites require nutrients to carry out essential functions including reproduction and growth.


  4. Endoparasites are parasites that live inside the body of the host. This group includes helminths, trematodes, and cestodes.


  5. Endoparasites Intercellular Intracellular


  6. Ectoparasites are parasites that live on the outer surface of the host and generally attach themselves during feeding.


  7. Ectoparasites do not have a readily available source of nutrients available on the outer surface of the host, so they need adaptations to access host nutrients.