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photoheterotrophic

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  • adj. Using light for energy, but requiring a source of carbon other than carbon dioxide.

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Examples

  • The microbial food web, based on dissolved organic matter, includes photoheterotrophic bacteria, using sunlight as an energy source but without the production of oxygen, and viruses which are responsible for control of the bacterial populations.

    Marine biodiversity

  • The microbial food web, based on dissolved organic matter, includes photoheterotrophic bacteria, using oxygen, and viruses which are responsible for control of the bacterial populations.

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