How animals in the hydrothermal vent can live with the high temperature.

Davin C. Enigl enigl at
Fri Mar 29 18:25:50 EST 2002

On Fri, 29 Mar 2002 22:22:10 +0000, Jonathan Silverlight
<jsilver at> wrote:

>If you're thinking of the paper I think you are (it's on-line at the 
>PNAS web site) they _didn't_ find infectivity at 1000C but they did at 
>600C. Their theory is that some inorganic matrix survives at that 
>temperature but not at 1000C.

I think I was thinking of this one:  at least Paul Brown's data I
heard in a lecture was probably from here:

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