hypersaline


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hy·per·sa·line

(hī'pĕr-sā'lēn, -sā'līn),
Marked by increased salt concentrations in a saline solution.
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Isolation and identification of culturable halophilic bacteria with producing hydrolytic enzyme from Incheh Broun hypersaline wetland in Iran.
In addition to the potential technologies previously proposed [1-4], the beneficial reuse of the hypersaline concentrate waste water from desalination plants offers the potential for the treat or suppress a HAB.
Microphytobenthic or benthic microalgae from microbial mats are commonly enveloped in exopolimeric substances (EPS), like proteins, nucleic acids, polysaccharides, and other substances, that protect these organisms from desiccation and other stress factors in hypersaline environments (Stal, 1995, 2001; Abed and Garcia-Pichel, 2001; Paerl and Yannarell, 2010; Scott and Marcarelli, 2012).
The genus Eurotium--Members of indigenous fungal community in hypersaline waters of salterns.
The resulting hypersaline water is extremely dense and remains separated, like oil and water, from surrounding normal seawater.
grandis occur in marshes, sea grass beds, and lower reaches of rivers with salinities ranging from fresh to hypersaline (Crego and Peterson, 1997).
In the hypersaline ULM where salinities are too high to support viable oyster populations, black drum feed primarily on a suite of smaller benthic mollusks such as the dwarf surf clam (Mulinia lateralis) and Atlantic paper mussel (Amygdalum papyrium) (Martin 1979).
Elsewhere, such as at Locality 1, the advancing aeolianite covered peritidal carbonates and the gypsum deposits of hypersaline shallow-water ponds or hypersaline fringes of the inner parts of lagoons.
These frontier studies, which are based in modern settings including open marine, freshwater, alkaline lake, hypersaline, and hot spring environments, should give some keys for interpreting the past since the origins of life in Earth.
With adults consistently inhabiting brackish, salt, and (in some cases) hypersaline waters, members of this monophyletic clade are endemic to the anchialine ecosystem, which is composed of coastal ponds, pools, and caves that are fed by both fresh groundwater and marine seawater (Holthuis, 1973; Sket, 1996).