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Microbial Life in Marine Environments
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Microbial Diversity of Soda Lake Habitats part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This dissertation details the microbial diversity of soda lake habitats. To preface the research, the author includes a table displaying world-wide distribution of soda lakes and soda deserts, a ...
Microbiology of Permanently Cold and Frozen Environments part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This is the home page of Antarctic researcher Brent Christner. His site provides detailed reviews of ongoing research involving the identification of microorganisms in cold environments such as ...
Biology of Moderately Halophilic Aerobic Bacteria part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Biology of Moderately Halophilic Aerobic Bacteria is a 41-page, in-depth review article. It includes detailed sections about the taxonomy and phylogeny, ecology, physiology, enzymes, cell envelopes, ...
Salt of the Early Earth part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This astrobiology news article analyzes the role salt played in the evolution of life on Earth. It explains why scientists have long assumed that life originated in the sea and describes the history ...
Ferroplasma acidarmanus part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This web page provides a description and photograph of Ferroplasma acidarmanus, a newfound archaeon microbe that eats iron, lives in acid-drenched conditions, and has been identified as a chief ...
Microbial Mining part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This article discusses the use of microbial populations in the bioleaching of valuble ores from rock near or within the subsurface of the Earth.