An organism which oxidizes chemical bonds for energy but requires organic carbon compounds to grow. A type of heterotroph. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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(from the article `nutrition`) ...photosynthetic bacteria that cannot utilize water as the electron donor and require organic compounds for this purpose are called ...
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chemoorganotrophic, chemoorganotroph 1. Used of organisms that obtain energy from oxidation/reduction reactions and use organic electron donors; chemoheterotrophic.2. An organism that depends on organic chemicals for its energy and carbon.
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Chemoorganotrophs are organisms which oxidize the chemical bonds in organic compounds as their energy source. Chemoorganotrophs also attain the carbon molecules that they need for cellular function from these organic compounds. The organic compounds that they oxidize include sugars (i.e. glucose), fats and proteins). All animals are chemoheterotro
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kē′mō-ōr′gă-nō-trōf′ Definitions: 1. An organism that depends on organic chemicals for its energy and carbon. Synonyms: chemoheterotroph
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