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Tardigrades (Water Bears) part of Topics of Interest:Tardigrade
Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory Strange is this little animal, because of its exceptional and strange morphology and because it closely resembles a bear en miniature. That is the reason ...
Yellowstone Bioprospecting part of Topics of Interest:Bioprospecting
Bioprospecting is the search for useful organic compounds in nature, commonly involving the collection and examination of biological samples (plants, animals, microoganisms) for sources of genetic or biochemical ...
Topics of Interest, Sample Case Studies, and Special Collections part of Topics of Interest
The Topics of Interest, Special Collections, and related Case Studies listed on this page contain basic information as well as collections of general resources (such as news articles, web sites, and reference ...
MLER Methods: part of Research Methods
Created by George Rice, Montana State University This Resource is Designed to Help You - Read science news and research articles. Understand science seminars outside of your discipline. Talk intelligently to ...
Microbial Life in Extremely Hot Environments part of Extreme Environments:Extremely Hot
Created by Heather Beal, Montana State University "Thermophiles" are microorganisms with optimal growth temperatures between 60 and 108 degrees Celsius, isolated from a number of marine and terrestrial ...
Mo Title: North Inlet Microbial Observatory (NIMO) part of Microbial Observatories:North Inlet MO
Created by George Rice, Montana State University The diazotrophic (nitrogen fixing) Bacteria are extraordinarily diverse and apart from a few select groups are very poorly characterized. Diazotrophs associated ...
Microbial Life - Educational Resources part of About MLER
Teaching the diversity, ecology and evolution of the microbial world Welcome to MLER, promoting visibility of on-line resources for use in the teaching of microbiology. It is part of the NSDL. Project Description ...
Resources for Undergraduate Students and Faculty part of Resources for Undergraduate Students and Faculty
Discover the connections between microbial life, the history of the earth and our dependence on micro-organisms. Explore Microbial Life Learn about microbial life in marine environments: Why are marine microbes so ...
Microbial Life in Environments Without Water part of Extreme Environments:Without Water
By Julian Deiss Environments Without Water are ones where desiccation is common and water is a scarce resource. These environments range in temperature from very hot to very cold. One thing they have in common is ...
Microbial Life in Alkaline Environments part of Extreme Environments:Alkaline
Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory There are no precise definitions of what characterizes an alkaliphilic or alkalitolerant organism. Several microorganisms exhibit more than one pH optimum ...