Eukaryotes in Extreme Environments

Lesley Robertson l.a.robertson at stm.tudelft.nl
Tue Oct 10 12:49:12 EST 1995


dmr at nhm.ac.uk (Dave Roberts) wrote:
>Last March I broadcast an appeal for references to eukaryotes living in
>extreme environments.  I had been asked to add a lecture on the subject to
>material I already had on eukaryotic diversity.
>
>Well, I've taken the many generous comments people gave and added time in
>the library and come up with a review.  If you are interested you can find
>it on
>
>http://www.nhm.ac.uk/assig/extreme.html
>
>I plan to maintain the site so please e-mail me with any further additions
>to the physical range of eukaryotic life.  I have only one reference to
>eukaryotic barophiles, for instance.
>

What about all the stuff being published on the Galapogos vents - the 
vestiminiferous worms (Riftia - not often the latin name is easier than 
the english!), clams, crabs, etc - mostly with autotrophic symbionts? 
Didn't anyone suggest them? If you want refs, contact me by email.  

-- 
Dr. Lesley A. Robertson
Kluyver Laboratory for Biotechnology
Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
L.A.Robertson at stm.tudelft.nl





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