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Synonyms for halophile

archaebacteria requiring a salt-rich environment for growth and survival

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Kogej T, Stein M, Volkmann M, Gorbushina AA, Galinski EA, GundeCimerman N (2007) Osmotic adaptation of the halophilic fungus Hortaea werneckir.
Role of a Moderately Halophilic Bacterial Consortium in the Biodegradation of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons.
21 ha of inland halophilic salty meadows, pastures and reed, and on 7.
The halophilic cyanobacterium Synechocystis DUN52 and its osmotic responses.
Compatible solutes of halophilic eubacteria: molecular principles, water-solute interaction, stress protection.
The populations of bacteria found at the surface decreased with depth, but there was an increase in archaea, and also single-celled halophilic organisms that are able to oxidize metabolites under aerobic and anaerobic conditions.
Hence, a strong even predominance within mid-chain-length n-alkanes in our study may be ascribed to a contribution of halophilic bacteria or/and microorganisms from deep saline environments to organic matter accumulation [26].
Clinical efficacy of halophilic lactic acid bacterium Tetragenococcus halophilus Th221 from soy sauce moromi for perennial allergic rhinitis.
In European countries with extensive maritime boundaries, halophilic species account for 36-42% of the whole harpacticoid fauna (Illies, 1978; Dumont, 1989; Aagaard & Dolmen, 1996).
The bacteria didn't produce L-glutaminase without the NaCl because the Vibrios were halophilic, the bacteria were unable or try to grow in the low NaCl concentration, [11] so there was very low L-glutaminase production and also the high concentration of NaCl was also effect the growth of bacteria as cytostatic.
a moderately halophilic bacterium isolated from a salt field in Korea.
In this study, the target species were halophilic species, defined by their preference or exclusive presence in salt-marsh habitats, and rare species belonging to the Red Data Book and/or the Review of Nationally Notable Spiders of Great Britain (both statuses from Harvey et al.
For the past 25 yr, we have been tracking another Vibrio, the halophilic seafood borne pathogen V.
Vibrio fluvialis is a halophilic, polarly-flagellated, Gram negative rod that has been implicated in both outbreaks and sporadic cases of acute gastroenteritis in humans.