chemoorganotrophic

che·mo·or·ga·no·tro·phic

(kē'mō-ōr'gă-nō-trof'ik),
Pertaining to a chemoorganotroph.
Synonym(s): chemoheterotrophic
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che·mo·or·ga·no·tro·phic

(kē'mō-ōr'gă-nō-trō'fik)
Pertaining to a chemoorganotroph.
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This suggests that the MG-I Thaumarchaeota in the oxic groundwater from the lower aquifer assemblage mainly have a chemoorganotrophic lifestyle, which has already been suggested for planktonic MG-I [40, 41], or that they have a mixotrophic metabolism.
Sarcina ventriculi is a gram-positive, nonmotile, chemoorganotrophic, anaerobic coccus with an exclusive carbohydrate fermentative metabolism.
(2008), basalt alteration reactions are capable of supplying sufficient energy for chemoorganotrophic growth of microbes.
Glauconite and celadonite form later under oxydizing and cooler conditions due to the circulation of sea-water, and promoted by the activity of chemoorganotrophic microbes, or as passive mineralisation of the extracellular polymeric substances.
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frigoritolerans, originally isolated from the arid soils of Morocco by Delaporte and Sasson (1967) [27], was a strictly aerobic chemoorganotrophic member of the genus Brevibacterium and had a unique feature on cold-resistance.
Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis used to monitor the enrichment culture of aerobic chemoorganotrophic bacteria from a hot spring cyanobacterial mat.
Thermococcales are represented by three genera of Pyrococcus, Thermococcus, and Palaeococcus, which are typically anaerobic chemoorganotrophic microorganisms capable of growing on complex proteinaceous substrates (e.g., yeast extract and tryptone) or carbohydrates (e.g., maltose, starch, and cellobiose).
Ward, "Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis used to monitor the enrichment culture of aerobic chemoorganotrophic bacteria from a hot spring cyanobacterial mat," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.