... Phylum Crenarchaeota
... also exhibit a variety of different types of metabolism. Of note, the halobacteria
can use light to produce ATP , although no Archaea conduct ...
are a family of archaea , found in water saturated or nearly saturated ... other forms of photosynthesis involving electron transport, however, and halobacteria
are incapable of fixing carbon from carbon dioxide .
... form of energy in active transport, electron potential generation, NADPH synthesis and ATP synthesis/hydrolysis.
Some archaea , most notably halobacteria
, make proton gradients by pumping in protons from the environment with the help of the solar driven enzyme bacteriorhodopsin , here it is used for ...
... membrane while drawing energy from this flow to synthesize ATP.
Bacteriorhodopsin is a photosynthetic pigment used by archaea , most notably halobacteria
electron transfer chain
... In taxonomy, the halobacteria
are a class of the Euryarchaeota, found in ... the Halobacteriales are an order of the halobacteria
, found in water saturated or nearly saturated ... ... A Strange Phenomenon Caused By Red halobacteria
... In the case of the ...