organosilicate love

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  • In such a state it was at the mercy of nocturnal organosilicate predators and scavengers, who instead of the sun relied on a round; the; clock production of chemical energy.

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  • It was completely bare of the normal profusion of silicate and organosilicate life.

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  • Evan displayed the dis-carded exoskeleton of some unknown organosilicate.

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  • Body and legs were opaque, so Evan couldn't tell by looking at it if it was an organosilicate or purely silicate lifeform.

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  • The bail; bearing drinker had been an organosilicate, a protein lifeform shielded by a silicate shell.

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  • This business of organosilicate lifeforms is not unique.

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  • The organosilicate ocean that was the Integrator was still thrashing about.

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  • "If the flow of gas to an organosilicate is cut off for even a short while, it dies.

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  • "The local silicate and organosilicate species have an insatiable appetite for rare; earth compounds.

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  • In particular, the organosilicate plant types appear to dominate their respective ecological niches, the organic carbon structures being capable of photosynthesis which is enhanced by silicate forms which serve to protect the more vulnerable woody growths while concentrating sunlight upon them. "

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