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What is the difference between flora and manual.and what difference between chemosynthetic autotroph and photosynthetic autotroph

What is the difference between flora and manual.and what difference between chemosynthetic autotroph and photosynthetic autotroph

Grade:12th pass

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Arun
25763 Points
one year ago

Flora describes plants and where they live. Floras typically include a dichotomous key for identification purposes and often times will include range maps as well. Floras are almost always designed to be simultaneously regionally constrained and regionally exhaustive/complete (i.e., includes all plants that grow in that region or at least all taxonomic divisions of specified taxa).

manual applies much more broadly to plants, and typically instructs you on a subject (e.g., identification/differentiation of species). A manual does not need to be exhaustive and its scope is typically user defined (though often based on the scale/range of it's underlying subject). However, some have used the term manual to be more or less synonymous with Flora or otherwise similar document.

 
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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Photosynthetic autotrophs synthesize organic compounds. Chemosynthetic autotrophic bacteria make use of chemical to prepare their food. These bacteria obtain energy from inorganic compounds. Plants get energy from the sun through a process called photosynthesis; this process supports nearly all life on earth.

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