- barophilic [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]. —adj. (of living organisms) growing best in conditions of high atmospheric pressure.
- Enzymatic Profiles of 11 Barophilic Bacteria under In Situ
- Barophilic bacteria are microorganisms that grow preferentially (facultative barophiles) or isolates, including an obligate barophile, were determined.
- The molecular biology of barophilic bacteria
- barophile, and ZoBell and Morita (1957) obtained the first evidence for barophilic growth in mixed microbial cultures obtained from deep-sea sediments.
- Piezophile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A piezophile (also called a barophile) is an organism which thrives at high pressures, such as deep sea bacteria or archaea.
- Barophiles are microorganisms that can survive under great pressures. They live deep under the surfaces of the earth or water.
- Barophile - definition from Biology-Online.org
- Oct 3, 2005 Definition and other additional information on Barophile from Biology-Online.org dictionary.
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