Subject: How do hyperthermophiles tolerate extreme heat?
Date: Fri Jan 21 01:44:47 2005
Posted by Green
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Area of science: Microbiology
I've heard that hypertheromphiles are archaebacteria that can handle
temperatures up to 113 Celsuis. How do they do this?
Re: How do hyperthermophiles tolerate extreme heat?
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