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ISBN-13: 9789048175963
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 11/29/2010
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007
Pages: 450
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 10.24(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface, B. Andersson; Ultraviolet radiation shapes seaweed communities, K. Bischof et al; Planktonic microbial assemblages and the potential effects of metazooplankton predation on the food web of lakes from the maritime Antactica and Sub-Antarctic islands, A. Camacho; Life expansion in Sørkapp Land, Spitsbergen, under the current climate warming, W. Ziaja; Post-capture investigations of hydrothermal vent macro-invertebrates to study adaptations to extreme environments, E. Kadar, J.J. Powell; Extremely halophilic archaea and the issue of long-term microbial survival, S. Fendrihan et al; Astrobiological significance of minerals on Mars surface environment, J. Martinex-Frias et al; Thermostable proteins as probe for the design of advanced fluorescence biosensors, M. de Champdoré et al; Energy dependant plant stress acclimation, C. Dobrota; Metal detoxification and homeostasis in antarctic Notothenioids. A comparative survey on evolution, expression and functional properties of fish and mammal metallothioneins, C. Capasso et al; Desiccaton-tolerant plants in dry environments; T.-N. Le, S.J. McQueen-Mason; Human challenges in polar and space environments, G.M. Sandal et al; Molecular evolution of haemoglobins of polar fishes, C. Verde et al; Predicting the impacts of climate change on th eevolutionary adaptations of polar fish, G. di Prisco, C. Verde; Ecology and molecular adaptations of the halophilic black yeast Hortaea werneckii, N. Gunde-Cimerman, Al. Plemenitaš; The challenge of the food sufficiency through salt tolerant crops, A. Galvani; Viruses in extreme environments, M. Le Romancer et al; Some views on plants in polar and alpine regions, F.E. Wielgolaski, S.R. Karlsen; Hypometabolic induced state: a potential tool in biomedicine and space exploration,M. Malatesta et al; Microbial ecology of submerged marine caves and holes characgterised by high levels of hydrogen sulphide, F. Canganella et al; Access to glacial and subglacial environments in the Solar System by melting probe technology, S. Ulamec et al; Life strategy, ecophysiology and clogy of seaweeds in polar waters, C. Wiencke et al; Fungi in Antarctica, S. Ruisi; Adaptations to hypoxia in hydrothermal-vent and cold-seep invertebrates, S. Hourdez, F.H. Lallier; Exploration of Ellsworth Subglacial Lake: a concept paper on the development, organisation and execution of an experiment to explore, measure and sample the environment of a West Antarctic subglacial lake, M.J. Siegert et al; Pressure and life: some biological strategies, F. Pradillon, F. Gaill; How does the annelid Alvinella pompejana deal with an extreme hydrothermal environment? N. Le Bris, F. Gaill; A proposed classification of environmental adaptation: the example of high altitude, J.-P. Richalet; Industrial barrens: extreme habitats created by non-ferrous metallurgy, M.V. Kozlov, E.L. Svereva

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