halophile


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  • noun

Synonyms for halophile

archaebacteria requiring a salt-rich environment for growth and survival

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The halophile, or salt-loving, environment has typically been considered one that life adapted into, not started in," Blaber said.
Halophiles Single-celled organisms without a nucleus that live, grow, and reproduce in environments with high salt concentrations and that lack peptidoglycans in their cell walls.
another halophile isolated from the same salt springs area, and RS6GR, a variant or mutant of RS6GS that grows normally in a glucose-containing medium.
Thermophile Halophile sulphur (THS) medium containing (g/l) [K.
Contribution a l'etude caryosystematique des especes halophiles du littoral languedocier (plus precisement, especes appartenant a la classe des Salicornietea).