What are Chaemolithotrophs?

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Organisms that use an inorganic substrate such as hydrogen
or thiosulfate as a reductant and carbon dioxide as a
carbon source.

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Is Chaemolithotrophs or Chemolithotrophs?

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a chemolithotroph is a organism that is able to use inorganic reduced compounds as a source of energy. this process is accomplished through oxidation and ATP synthesis

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