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Extreme environments (General) (28)
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Robert Falcon Scott, one of the earliest explorers of the McMurdo region of Antarctica, is featured in this website. The site contains an overview of Scott's life including information on the Discovery and TERRA NOVA...
This Winogradsky column web page is designed to teach undergraduate students a simple model system of nutrient cycling in natural waters. It includes a physical description of the column and explains how the column can...
This website operated by Kenyon College contains brief descriptive information regarding the ecology, taxonomy, genome structure, cell structure and metabolism and significance of Sulfolobales, a thermophilic acidophile....
The Genome News Network (GNN) reports a new species of Deinococcus bacteria has been discovered in the Atacama Desert in Chile. This page features an article published on the discovery of a new species of a radiation...
This website is operated by the Bangor Acidophile Research Team (BART), which is based in the School of Biological Sciences (SBS) at the University of Wales. The group studies extremophiles, with a particular emphasis...
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