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Module 10 Set 1

QuestionAnswer
Organotrophs source Electrons
Organotrophs location Organic molecules
Photolithoautotrophy sources Light energy, Inorganic H/e- donor, CO2 carbon source
Photolithoautotrophy representative microorganisms Algae, Purple and green sulfur bacteria, Cyanobacteria
Photoorganoheterotrophy sources Light energy, Organic H/e- donor, Organic carbon source (CO2 may also be used)
Photoorganoheterotrophy representative molecules Purple nonsulfur bacteria, Green nonsulfur bacteria
Chemolithoautotrophy sources Inorganic chemical energy, Inorganic H/e- donor, CO2 carbon source
Chemolithoautotrophy representative molecules Sulfur-oxidizing bacteria, Hydrogen bacteria, Nitrifying bacteria, Iron-oxidizing bacteria
Chemoorganoheterotrophy sources Organic chemical energy, Organic H/e- donor, Organic carbon source
Lithotrophs location Reduced inorganic molecules
autotrophs source Carbon
Autotrophs location CO2 sole or principle biosynthetic carbon source
Heterotrophs source Carbon
Heterotrophs location Reduced, performed, organic molecules from other organisms
Phototrophs source Energy
Phototrophs location Light
Chemotrophs source Energy
Chemotrophs location Oxidation of organic or inorganic compounds
Lithotrophs source Electron
Lithotrophs loction Reduced inorganic molecules
Created by: Whereis_raye