Protista in abyssal, artic or desertic environments.

R. R. Ronkin rronkin at cpcug.org
Sun Feb 11 21:22:07 EST 1996


Kindly pardon this message; I tried to respond directly to the sender 
but the message bounced.

My reply:

, 10 Feb 1996 21:40:44 -0500
From: rronkin at cpcug.org (R. R. Ronkin)
To: infosxx at ulb.ac.be
Subject: Re: Re : Protista in abyssal, artic or desertic environments.
Newsgroups: bionet.protista
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 1996 17:41:28 -0500
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References: <infosxx-0902961646150001 at physinfo_mac8.ulb.ac.be>
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Try _Biology of Microorganisms, 7th ed._ (1994) by Thomas D. Brock and
others (Prentice-Hall). It is very strong on ecology and evolution, and
beautifully written and illustrated. 909 pages.

Cheers,

R.R. Ronkin
rronkin at cpcug.org


In article <infosxx-0902961646150001 at physinfo_mac8.ulb.ac.be>,
infosxx at ulb.ac.be (Physinfo) wrote:
>Hello.
>In order to organize an exhibition in our university about extreme life
>conditions, we would be pleased if anyone could give us information or 
>references about caracteristic protista living in the following environmental
>conditions:
>
> - Abyssal sea deeps
> - Deserts
> - Artic like zones
> - Hydrothermal vents
> - Water with a very high concentration in salts
>
>Thank you.
> 
>P.S: If you have similar information about other reigns (archaebacteria,
>eubacteria, plants, animals and fungi) it would be welcomed.
>
>-- 
>Physinfo
>Universite Libre de Bruxelles CP 224
>boulevard du triomphe 1050 Brussels - Belgium
>
>infosxx at ulb.ac.be




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