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  • noun Plural form of thermophile.

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  • Additional advances with both bacteria that grow at high temperatures, coined thermophiles, and recombinant cellulolytic yeasts have been discovered.

    Domestic Fuel

  • Additional advances with both bacteria that grow at high temperatures, coined thermophiles, and recombinant cellulolytic yeasts have been discovered.

    Domestic Fuel

  • These include advances with both bacteria that grow at high temperatures, called thermophiles, and recombinant cellulolytic yeasts such as:

    Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » New Process Promises Better and Cheaper Ethanol

  • His early great interest, what brought him into microbiology and then astrobiology, was thermophiles—the extreme organisms that live in and around hot springs, deep ocean vents, and the outer reaches of volcanoes.

    First Contact

  • His early great interest, what brought him into microbiology and then astrobiology, was thermophiles—the extreme organisms that live in and around hot springs, deep ocean vents, and the outer reaches of volcanoes.

    First Contact

  • “Yes, I wanted to study thermophiles for my doctoral thesis,” Christner said, and laughed.

    First Contact

  • On schematics of the tree of life, many thermophiles can be found at the very bottom, leading some scientists to speculate they were the earliest or at least among the earliest life forms on Earth.

    First Contact

  • On schematics of the tree of life, many thermophiles can be found at the very bottom, leading some scientists to speculate they were the earliest or at least among the earliest life forms on Earth.

    First Contact

  • “Yes, I wanted to study thermophiles for my doctoral thesis,” Christner said, and laughed.

    First Contact

  • Earth is filled with incredibly strange creatures, from thermophiles like the one seen here that can survive in temperatures up to 121 degress Celsius to the bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans that thrives in 2000 times more ionising radiation than would fry a human.

    Boing Boing

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