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  • adj. of, or relating to a hyperthermophile
  • adj. living and thriving in an extremely hot environment


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  • Once upon a time, the last remnants of life–radiation-resistant spores and hyperthermophilic single-celled archaea–gave up their long evolutionary battle against the red sun that grew in their sky.

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  • Using different molecular biology techniques, Stetter et al. [43] discovered that hyperthermophilic (heat-loving) Archaea isolated from Alaskan oil reservoirs showed a high degree of DNA – DNA reassociation with selected Archaeoglobus, Thermococcus, and Pyrococcus species, and concluded that the species were the same as those from European thermal marine sources.

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  • [13], ScCTS1 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae (PDB code: 2UY2), and a hyperthermophilic chitinase from Pyrococcus furiosus

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  • Atomi H, Kanai T, Matsumi R, Fujiwara S, et al. (2005) Complete genome sequence of the hyperthermophilic archaeon

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  • The falsely labeled "Archaea" bacteria, tube worms, which have evolved to live at temperatures of up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit, and the hyperthermophilic bacteria, which have evolved to live at water temperatures of up to 239 degrees Fahrenheit will be the last life on Earth because of their ability to live at high temperatures ..


  • I’m not aware of all the details of the black smoker theory but around the black smokers they’ve found “chemolithoautotrophic hyperthermophilic archaebacteria.”

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