Recycling of archaeal biomass as a new strategy for extreme life in Dead Sea deep sediments

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Ariztegui, Daniel; Antheaume, Ingrid; Grossi, Vincent; Thomas, Camille;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Journal: issn: 0091-7613
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31223/OSF.IO/WCQ46, doi: 10.1130/g45801.1, doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/WCQ46
  • Subject: bepress|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Chemistry | Geomicrobiology | EarthArXiv|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Chemistry | [SDU]Sciences of the Universe [physics] | EarthArXiv|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Chemistry|Organic Chemistry | bepress|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Chemistry|Organic Chemistry | EarthArXiv|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Earth Sciences|Biogeochemistry | EarthArXiv|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Earth Sciences | Dead Sea | Extremophiles | bepress|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Earth Sciences | EarthArXiv|Physical Sciences and Mathematics | bepress|Physical Sciences and Mathematics | bepress|Physical Sciences and Mathematics|Earth Sciences|Biogeochemistry
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Archaea and Bacteria that inhabit the deep subsurface (known as the deep biosphere) play a prevalent role in the recycling of sedimentary organic carbon. In such environments, this process can occur over millions of years and requires microbial communities to cope with ... View more
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