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Thermophiles: Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution

Edited By: Anna-Louise Reysenbach, Mary Voytek and Rocco Mancinelli
205 pages, Figs, tabs
Thermophiles: Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution
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Covers the study of microorganisms from extreme environments, and provides a much-needed synthesis of the recent advances in the biology, biotechnology, and management of thermophilic organisms, with specific examples drawn largely from thermal springs in Yellowstone National Park.

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The Origins of Research on Thermophiles; Th.D. Brock. Thermophilic Microorganisms in the Deep Sea; D. Prieur, et al. Biodiversity of Acidophilic Moderate Thermophiles Isolated from Two Sites in Yellowstone National Park, and Their Roles in the Dissimilatory Oxido-reduction of Iron; D.B. Johnson, et al. Presence of Thermophilic Naegleria Isolates in the Yellowstone and Grand teton National Parks; R.F. Ramaley, et al. Examining Bacterial Population Diversity Within the Octopus Spring Microbial Mat Community; M.J. Ferris, et al. Direct 5S rRNA Assay for Microbial Community Characterization; D.L. Stoner, et al. Community Structure Along a Thermal Gradient in a Stream near Obsidrian Pool, Yellowstone National Park; J.R. Graber, et al. Isolation of Hyperthermophilic Archaea Predicted by in situ RNA Analysis; S. Burggraf, et al. Thermophilic Anoxygenic Phototrophs: Diversity and Ecology; M.T. Madigan. Microbial physiology at high temperature, low pH, low pCO2: Implications for evolution and ecology; L.J. Rothschild. The Zonation and Structuring of Siliceous Sinter Around Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, and the Role of Thermophilic Bacteria in its Depostion; D.R. Lowe, et al. Use of 16S rRNA, lipid and naturally preserved components of hot spring mats and microorganisms to help interpret the record of microbial evolution; D.M. ward, et al. Research Accomplishments of a small Business Utilizing Yellowstone's Extremophiles; J. Combie, K. Runnion. The Yellowstone Microbiology Program: Status and Prospects; J.D. Varley, et al.

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Edited By: Anna-Louise Reysenbach, Mary Voytek and Rocco Mancinelli
205 pages, Figs, tabs
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