Not so different after all: Human cells, hardy microbes share common ancestor

Fort Collins CO (SPX) Nov 10, 2017 To Tom Santangelo, single-celled microorganisms called archaea are like ancient mariners, surviving among the most extreme conditions on Earth, including volcanic vents in the deep ocean. The Colorado State University researcher studies how these hardy microbes - which constitute one of three surviving domains of life - express their genes, produce their energy, and thrive in hot, lightles

Not so different after all: Human cells, hardy microbes share common ancestor

To Tom Santangelo, single-celled microorganisms called archaea are like ancient mariners, surviving among the most extreme conditions on Earth, including volcanic vents in the deep ocean.

Wed 8 Nov 17 from Phys.org

Human cells, hardy microbes share common ancestor

Fort Collins CO (SPX) Nov 10, 2017 To Tom Santangelo, single-celled microorganisms called archaea are like ancient mariners, surviving among the most extreme conditions on Earth, including ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from SpaceDaily

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