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Barophile

barophilic [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]. —adj. (of living organisms) growing best in conditions of high atmospheric pressure.

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Barophiles: deep-sea microorganisms adapted to an extreme
deep-sea barophilic bacteria
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.
Extremely Barophilic Bacteria Isolated from the Mariana Trench

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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
Barophiles are microorganisms that can survive under great pressures. They live deep under the surfaces of the earth or water.
Extremely Barophilic Bacteria Isolated from the Mariana Trench
Barophile - definition from Biology-Online.org
Oct 3, 2005 Definition and other additional information on Barophile from Biology-Online.org dictionary.
Barophiles: deep-sea microorganisms adapted to an extreme

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