Definition of chemoorganoheterotroph. Meaning of chemoorganoheterotroph. Synonyms of chemoorganoheterotroph

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- Heterotroph Chemoheterotroph Photoheterotroph Most heterotrophs are chemoorganoheterotrophs (or simply organotrophs) that use organic compounds both as a carbon...
- contains no cell wall and is motile. It is a facultative anaerobic chemoorganoheterotroph. No previous phylogenetic cl****ifications have been made for this...
- organic substrate and compound they use. Decomposers are examples of Chemoorganoheterotrophs which obtain carbon and electron reactions from dead organic matter...
- chemolithoheterotrophs, utilizing inorganic energy sources such as sulfur or chemoorganoheterotrophs, utilizing organic energy sources such as carbohydrates, lipids...
- investigated symptoms. Mycoplasma alligatoris is a non-motile chemoorganoheterotroph found in American alligators. It has an optimum growth temperature...
- and nitrate may serve as nitrogen sources in this case. It is a chemoorganoheterotroph with a small range of substrates that facilitate its growth. This...
- not form endospores and is nonmotile. It is an obligate aerobic chemoorganoheterotroph, i.e., it uses oxygen to derive energy from organic compounds in...
- donor), some Knallgas-bacteria, some sulfate-reducing bacteria chemoorganoheterotrophs obtain energy, carbon, and reducing equivalents for biosynthetic...