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chemoautotrophs

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  • noun Plural form of chemoautotroph.

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  • Carbon may also be converted from inorganic to organic forms using chemical energy in the absence of light by chemoautotrophs.

    Carbon

  • As well as maintaining the normal level of oxygen in the atmosphere, nearly all life either depends on it directly as a source of energy, or indirectly as the ultimate source of the energy in their food (the exceptions are chemoautotrophs that live in rocks or around deep sea hydrothermal vents).

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  • As well as maintaining the normal level of oxygen in the atmosphere, nearly all life either depends on it directly as a source of energy, or indirectly as the ultimate source of the energy in their food (the exceptions are chemoautotrophs that live in rocks or around deep sea hydrothermal vents).

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  • As well as maintaining the normal level of oxygen in the atmosphere, nearly all life either depends on it directly as a source of energy, or indirectly as the ultimate source of the energy in their food (the exceptions are chemoautotrophs that live in rocks or around deep sea hydrothermal vents).

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  • All of these functions are present in bacterial species, including chemoautotrophs that can derive energy and grow on air plus oxidation of inorganic compound such as iron or ammonia.

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  • We’re also freeloaders, after all, while most of the plants, many of the prokaryotes, and even some protists photosynthesize or make a decent living as chemoautotrophs.

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