Anaerobic Respiration - Examples of Respiration

Examples of Respiration

examples of respiration types
type lifestyle electron acceptor products Eo' example organisms
aerobic respiration obligate and facultative aerobes oxygen O2 H2O + CO2 + 0.82 eukaryotes and aerobicprokaryotes
reduction facultative aerobes, obligate anaerobes ferric iron Fe(III) Fe(II) + 0.75 Geobacter, Geothermobacter, Geopsychrobacter, Pelobacter carbinolicus, P. acetylenicus, P. venetianus, Desulfuromonadales, Desulfovibrio
manganese reduction facultative or obligate anaerobes Mn(IV) Mn(II) Desulfuromonadales, Desulfovibrio
cobalt reduction facultative or obligate anaerobes Co(III) Co(II) Geobacter sulfurreducens
uranium reduction facultative or obligate anaerobes U(VI) U(IV) Geobacter metallireducens, Shewanella putrefaciens, (Desulfovibrio)
nitrate reduction (denitrification) facultative aerobes nitrate NO3 nitrite NO2 + 0.40 Paracoccus denitrificans, E. coli
fumarate respiration facultative aerobes fumarate succinate + 0.03 Escherichia coli
sulfate respiration obligate anaerobes sulfate SO42− sulfide HS− - 0.22 Desulfobacter latus, Desulfovibrio' oxygen
methanogenesis (carbonate reduction) methanogens carbon dioxide CO2 methane CH4 - 0.25 Methanothrix thermophila
sulfur respiration (sulfur reduction) facultative aerobes and obligate anaerobes sulfur S0 sulfide HS− - 0.27 Desulfuromonadales
acetogenesis (carbonate reduction) acetogens carbon dioxide CO2 acetate - 0.30 Acetobacterium woodii
TCA reduction facultative or obligate anaerobes trichloroacetic acid dichloroacetic acid Trichlorobacter (Geobacteraceae)

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