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Chemoautotrophs

che·mo·au·to·troph (k m -ô t -tr f , -tr f , k m -). n.

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Carbon Dioxide Fixation in Chemoautotrophs
CO2 fixation in the chemoautotroph occurs via the Calvin-. Benson-Bassham cycle. .
CO2 Uptake and Fixation by Endosymbiotic Chemoautotrophs from
Introduction to Soil Science and Soil Resources
ergy (photoautotrophs) or chemical energy (chemoautotrophs). Chemoautotrophs generate energy through the oxidation of inorganic compounds.
Characterization of Hydroxylamine-Cytochrome c Reductase from
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Autotrophy: A Way of Life
2) Chemoautotrophs that use energy from the oxidation of inorganic molecules to produce organic ones.

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AGU journal highlights -- Jan. 13, 2012
Chemoautotrophs are single-celled creatures that consume carbon dioxide and other inorganic materials and convert them to forms that can then be used by other organisms-a process known as carbon fixation.

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Chemotroph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemoautotrophs use inorganic energy sources, such as hydrogen sulfide, elemental sulfur, ferrous iron, molecular hydrogen, and ammonia.
Chemoautotroph - definition from Biology-Online.org
Definition and other additional information on Chemoautotroph from Biology- Online.org dictionary.
Chemoautotrophs - definition of Chemoautotrophs by the Free
che·mo·au·to·troph (k m -ô t -tr f , -tr f , k m -). n.
Chemoautotrophic and Chemolithotrophic Bacteria as Weathering
Chemoautotrophic and Chemolithotrophic Bacteria as Weathering Agents.
How do chemoautotrophs make their own food? - Yahoo! Answers
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