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All autotrophs, whether they photosynthesize or chemosynthesize, produce organic molecules that are very valuable to living organisms. What do all the organic molecules produced by autotrophs have in common that makes them so valuable? They all contain nitrogen. They all can be converted into DNA. They all can be used to make protein. They all contain energy. I think it is d right?

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