Sarah Yang, Berkeley University of California, Science Daily
In this web article, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley sampled the microbe Sulfolobus islandicus from acidic hot springs across the world to study microbe diversity. The article also discusses the researchers' beliefs that geographically isolated populations are evolving independently and the implications for a far more diverse microbial world than originally predicted. Included within the site are links to resources, other science topics, further readings involving microorganisms, and the University of California-Berkeley home page.
Subject: Biology:Evolution, Ecology:Metabolism, Biology, Evolution:Principles, Biology:Diversity, Microbiology Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work Grade Level: General Public Extreme Environments: Acidic, Extremely Hot Topics: Biosphere:Evolution, Ecology:Habitats:Terrestrial, Biosphere:Evolution:Principles, Biosphere:Microbiology, Ecology, DiversityKeywords: Yellowstone National Park, Mt. Lassen, Kamchatka Peninsula
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