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By Chris Michiels, Douglas H. Bartlett, Abram Aertsen

* First quantity solely dedicated to the results of excessive strain on microorganisms * Brings jointly the high-pressure body structure of piezophiles and non-piezophiles * Spans the diversity from uncomplicated technological know-how to useful purposes * presents basic perception for nutrition technologists utilising excessive strain for meals maintenance * comprises targeted fabric to demonstrate bacterial diversifications to severe high-pressure environments * offers a foundation for novel biotechnological purposes utilizing excessive strain * Highlights the microbial wealth and ecological effect of the deep biosphere * complete resource of knowledge on ecology, body structure, and genomics of deep sea micro organism

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