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Chemotrophs

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The double life of a bacteria—living off both iron and pure electricity
Organisms that gain their energy this way are called chemotrophs, and those that get their electrons through oxidation of inorganic substances are called chemolithoautotrophs. Phototrophs and chemotrophs make up two interconnected ecosystems. "We are ...
Life's building blocks
The laws of thermodynamics
No Iron? No Problem For This Bacteria
Organisms that gain their energy this way are called chemotrophs, and those that get their electrons through oxidation of inorganic substances are called chemolithoautotrophs. Phototrophs and chemotrophs make up two interconnected ecosystems. “We are ...
An Expedition to Mars (as played by a Central American volcano)
There are also chemotrophs, organisms that use chemicals in the local environment for energy (humans do that by eating food and gaining energy by oxidizing that food to carbon dioxide with oxygen in the atmosphere). Some of the chemotrophs at Cerro ...

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