One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Therefore, we hypothesize that these organisms lived saprophytically upon sulfate-reducing bacteria, rather than feeding in the water column.’
- ‘As these hosts die, the fungus acts saprophytically to utilize the food substrates contained in them.’
- ‘Many of these live saprophytically on dead organic matter on or in soil where they are regarded as the most important decomposers of plant residues and other organic matter.’
- ‘It is a dimorphic fungus that exists saprophytically in nature and has a worldwide distribution.’
- ‘On dung, the fungus usually appears as part of a succession of different genera, not independently, and can also live saprophytically on plant remains.’
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