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  1. as phototrophs and the
  2. And depending upon the energy requirements we can see that they are phototrophs, chemoautotrophs
  3. chemoheterotrophs. Phototrophs are the ones which generate energy from photosynthesis.
  4. what are phototrophs, what are chemoautotrophs and chemoheterotrophs and what is the difference
  5. heterotrophs, phototrophs, chemotrophs etc and depending upon the electron donor we can
  6. looking at the ability of anoxygenic phototrophs to catalyze the oxidation of iron,
  7. where today we find purple bacteria and other types of phototrophs growing.
  8. particularly in phototrophs where we have these
  9. organisms that do not generate oxygen. They are anoxygenic phototrophs
  10. such that these anoxygenic phototrophs that can utilized reduced substrates
  11. You are looking at a wonderful assemblage of phototrophs
  12. and other microorganisms in this pond. And my favorites of course are these purple phototrophs.
  13. These are the ones that I told you about earlier that are what we call the anoxygenic phototrophs
  14. And so there are three different types of nutritional types. What are called phototrophs.
  15. Some are phototrophs. That means they use energy of the sun. And example would be a
  16. ones up here, phototrophs being those similar to plants that we have. And these being similar
  17. to be the photoautotrophs or the phototrophs. Basically they make their own food generally