Bacteria that live around deep-sea, hot-water vents obtain energy by oxidising inorganic hydrogen sulphide. They use t

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Q 1553801744.     Bacteria that live around deep-sea, hot-water vents
obtain energy by oxidising inorganic hydrogen sulphide.
They use this energy to build organic molecules from
carbon obtained from the carbon dioxide in the
seawater. These bacteria are
A

photoheterotrophs

B

chemoautotrophs

C

photoautotrophs

D

chemoheterotrophs

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