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    • Temperature and elemental sulfur shape microbial communities in two extremely acidic aquatic volcanic environments 

      Rojas Gätjens, Diego; Arce Rodríguez, Alejandro; Puente Sánchez, Fernando; Avendaño Vega, Roberto; Libby Hernández, Eduardo; Mora Amador, Raúl Alberto; Rojas Jiménez, Keilor; Fuentes Schweizer, Paola; Pieper, Dietmar H.; Chavarría Vargas, Max (2021)
      Aquatic environments of volcanic origin provide an exceptional opportunity to study the adaptations of microbial communities to early planet life conditions such as high temperatures, high metal concentrations, and low pH. ...
    • The influence of temperature and pH on bacterial community composition of microbial mats in hot springs from Costa Rica 

      Uribe Lorío, Lorena; Brenes Guillén, Laura; Hernández Asencio, Walter; Mora Amador, Raúl Alberto; González Ilama, Gino Steven; Ramírez Umaña, Carlos José; Díez, Beatriz; Pedrós Alió, Carlos (2019)
      We used the 16S rRNA gene pyrosequencing approach to investigate the microbial diversity and community composition in several Costa Rican hot springs alongside the latitudinal axis of the country, with a range of temperatures ...