Mode of Nutrition - The majority of known metabolic...

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Mode of Nutrition Energy Source Carbon Source Autotroph ....Photoautotroph ....Chemoautotroph Light Inorganic Chemicals CO 2 CO 2 Heterotroph ....Photoheterotroph ....Chemoheterotrophic Light Organic Compounds Organic Compounds Organic Compounds Energy Bio-Conversion: A Prokaryotic Invention:
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Unformatted text preview: The majority of known metabolic pathways exist in one form or another in prokaryotes. Presumably, the Earliest Common Ancestor possessed many of these features, and the essence of cellular biochemistry evolved quite early....
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