photolithotroph

An organism that requires inorganic compounds and that uses light for most of its energy need. ... Compare: photoautotroph, photoheterotroph, phototroph. ... Origin: photo-+ G. Lithos, stone, mineral, + trophe, nourishment ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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photolithotroph

(from the article `life`) ...Alternatively, organisms may be autotrophs, acquiring their useful free energy from some other source, either from the energy of sunlight, in ... Combinations of these patterns may also be used to describe organisms. Higher plants, for example, are photolithotrophic; i.e., they utilize light ... [2 relate...
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photolithotroph

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′tō-lith′ō-trof Definitions: 1. An organism that requires inorganic compounds and that uses light for most of its energy needs.
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photolithotroph

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′tō-lith′ō-trof Definitions: 1. An organism that requires inorganic compounds and that uses light for most of its energy needs.
Found on http://www.medilexicon.com/medicaldictionary.php?t=68623
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