Catalases are important enzymes but less reported in extremophiles
Kuroiwa, Research Information Center of Extremophile
, Rikkyo (St.
Who's to say that the creatures we call extremophiles
love the extreme or merely that they've found a way to make a home there in the dark?
Variation along the shybold continuum in extremophile
fishes (Poecilia mexicana, Poecilia sulphuraria).
This unique extremophile
can now be explored by scientists throughout the world.
Most of the extremophile
life-forms living at Hydrate Ridge are invisible to the naked eye--though through the dissecting microscope they're mind--bendingly huge: translucent worms with blood cells chasing each other through their vessels; miniature crustaceans like the alien from Alien.
solftaricus, is a type of organism called an extremophile
The NIEHS can fund novel methods of collection and cultivation of all types of potentially useful organisms; extremophile
organisms, molecules, and processes represent only one example of a resource untapped.
brockianus in 160-degree Yellowstone pools as part of its extremophile
research, studying organisms named for their love of extreme living conditions that would snuff out most living creatures.
To size up a given extremophile
, Lin exposed it very gradually to uncomfortable conditions.
microbes are also busy industrialists, producing enzymes that are enormously useful in food, chemical, pharmaceutical, waste treatment, and other industries.
The location was chosen for its cold and dry environment, and its harsh terrain that only harbors extremophile
microorganisms, extreme features that make it suitable as a Mars analog.