Hyperthermophiles In The History Of Life

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Evidence Type: Research (Generic)
Hyperthermophiles In The History Of Life by Karl O. Stetter, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Part B, 361: 1837-1843 (11th September 2006) - | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

This article discusses "hyperthermophiles", or bacteria that really love really hot environments. These life forms thrive in conditions likely to be common in early Earth, are hardy, and appear very close to the root of the phylogenetic tree of life.

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Conclusion 1

This research discusses a form of life likely to be a common ancestor to much (if not all) life on earth.


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