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Life 2013, 3(3), 482-485; doi:10.3390/life3030482

Extremophiles and Extreme Environments

Received: 2 August 2013; Accepted: 5 August 2013 / Published: 7 August 2013
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Extremophiles and Extreme Environments)
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Excerpt: Over the last decades, the study of extremophiles has providing ground breaking discoveries that challenge the paradigms of modern biology and make us rethink intriguing questions such as "what is life?", "what are the limits of life?", and "what are the fundamental features of life?". These findings and possibilities have made the study of life in extreme environments one of the most exciting areas of research in recent decades. However, despite the latest advances we are just in the beginning of exploring and characterizing the world of extremophiles. This special issue discusses several aspects of these fascinating organisms, exploring their habitats, biodiversity, ecology, evolution, genetics, biochemistry, and biotechnological applications in a collection of exciting reviews and original articles written by leading experts and research groups in the field. [...]
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Rampelotto, P.H. Extremophiles and Extreme Environments. Life 2013, 3, 482-485.

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Rampelotto PH. Extremophiles and Extreme Environments. Life. 2013; 3(3):482-485.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Rampelotto, Pabulo H. 2013. "Extremophiles and Extreme Environments." Life 3, no. 3: 482-485.

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