Antarctica’s Extreme Salt-Loving Microbes Swap DNA

Live Science: Microbes living in Antarctica’s saltiest lake swap huge chunks of genetic material as a means of surviving their harsh environment, a new study finds. The single-celled organisms, called haloarchaea for their salt-loving ways, are biologically distinct from bacteria, algae and other tiny creatures that can thrive in […]

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