|chemautotroph or chemoautroph (ˌkiːməʊˈɔːtətrəʊf, ˌkiːməʊˈɔːtrəuf, ˌkɛm-)|
|biology Also called: chemolithotroph an organism, such as a bacterium, that obtains its energy from inorganic reactions using simple compounds, such as ammonia or hydrogen sulphide|
|chemoautroph or chemoautroph|
|chemautotrophic or chemoautroph|
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