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 Select only the exclusive aerobic 4microbial pathways ahead:

-Nitrate assimilation

O Nitrification

-Disproportionation of thiosulfate

-Denitrification

-Ammonium asimilation

-Ammonification

-Respiration

-Dissimilatory sulfate reduction

-Metanogenesis

-Methanotrophy

-ANAMOX

-Assimilatory sulfate reduction

-Methylotrphy

-Chemolithotrophic CO2 reduction

-Photossyntesis

-Desulfurylation

-Dissimilatory Nitrate Reduction to Ammonium

-Atmospheric Nitrogen fixation

-Sulfide oxidation by colorless bacteria

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