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Guido di Prisco
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978-3540531081
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3540531084
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Springer; 1 edition (April 1, 1991)
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Biological Sciences
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Life Under Extreme Conditions.

Life Under Extreme Conditions. covers the proceedings of a. session of the 19th FEBS Meeting, held in Rome, July 2-7, 1989.

Biochemical Adaptation. Bibliographic Information. Life Under Extreme Conditions. eBook 96,29 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Biochemical Adaptation.

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oceedings{Prisco1991LifeUE, title {Life Under Extreme Conditions}, author {Guido di Prisco}, booktitle {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, year {1991} }. Guido di Prisco. Published in Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1991. A two-state thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of the allosteric functioning of the haemoglobin of an extreme poikilotherm. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg (1991). ISBN 3 540 53108 4. John Duman.

Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg (1991). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 13 May 2004.

In: G di Prisco (ed) Life under Extreme Conditions: Biochemical Adaptation, pp 15-33. Ital Biochem Soc Transactions 7:151 1997 - di Prisco G. Physiological and biochemical adaptations in fish to a cold marine environment. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York 1991 - Camardella L, Carratore V, Caruso C, D'Avino R, di Prisco G, Romano M, Rutigliano B, Tamburrini M. Studies on the molecular bases of adaptation to low temperatures in Antarctic teleostea: hemoglobins and enzymes.

Biochemical Adaptations. Some organisms can tolerate extreme conditions. A high temperature or pH. These are known as EXTREMOPHILES. They have adapted to survive in their environment. Extremophile Bacteria: Lives in ho. iology. Adaptations of organisms to their environment.

Icefishes have developed compensatory adaptations that reduce oxygen demand and enhance oxygen transport.

In their very first lecture biochemists learn that biomolecules, namely nucleic acids, proteins and lipids, are extremely temperature sensitive and will denature and lose their function easily. Then how do Archaebacteria survive in hot springs or Antarctic fishes which live in ice-cold water? The way nature engineered subcellular structures, lipid membranes or proteins to meet the biochemical requirements of extreme conditions - like extreme temperature or salt concentrations - is described in Life Under Extreme Conditions.