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Organisms which synthesize organic compounds using CO2 as a carbon source and inorganic chemicals as an energy source are: A. chemosynthetic heterotrophs. B. chemosynthetic autotrophs. C.
photosynthetic autotrophs. D. photosynthetic heterotrophs.
... are chemosynthetic autotrophs. ... Inorganic compounds Organic compounds (lithoheterotrophs) or carbon ... [ organisms use chemical compounds as a source of energy by ... ]
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