Bacteria, algae and also metazoans may live at temperatures below 0°C and survive ice formation in body compartments. Astrobiology studies, as models of possible life on Mars or Jovian and Saturnian moons, ecology, evolutionary biology, industry, will benefit from a greater knowledge of these life forms. In order to identify and characterize new species we suggest to use, at low cost, very common device used for biomedical purposes in every country of the world

Bianciardi, G. (2010). Life on Icy Worlds. In Proceedings of the European Planet Science Conference.

Life on Icy Worlds

BIANCIARDI, GIORGIO
2010

Abstract

Bacteria, algae and also metazoans may live at temperatures below 0°C and survive ice formation in body compartments. Astrobiology studies, as models of possible life on Mars or Jovian and Saturnian moons, ecology, evolutionary biology, industry, will benefit from a greater knowledge of these life forms. In order to identify and characterize new species we suggest to use, at low cost, very common device used for biomedical purposes in every country of the world
Bianciardi, G. (2010). Life on Icy Worlds. In Proceedings of the European Planet Science Conference.
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