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  1. The Antarctic cryptolithic microbial ecosystem as a model for studying microbes in shale and coal
VESTAL, J.R.
In: Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 5, 133-144
VESTAL, J.R. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Biological modification of haematite in Antarctic cryptoendolithic communities
Edwards, H.G.M.; Wynn-Williams, D.D.; Villar, S.E.J.
In: Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 35, 470-474
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  3. A comparative study of endolithic microborings in basaltic lavas from a transitional subglacial - marine environment
COUSINS, C.R.; Smellie, J.L.; Jones, A.P.; CRAWFORD, I.A.
In: International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol 8, No.1, 37-49
COUSINS, C.R. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. The cryptoendolithic microbial environment in the Antarctic cold desert: temperature variations in nature
McKAY, C.P.; FRIEDMANN, E.I.
In: Polar Biology, 4, No. 1, 19-25
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  5. Distribution of inorganic species in two Antarctic cryptoendolithic microbial communities
JOHNSTON, C.G.; VESTAL, J.R.
In: Geomicrobiology Journal, 7, 137-153
JOHNSTON, C.G. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Ecology and biology of microfungi from Antarctic rocks and soils
ONOFRI, S.; FENICE, M.; CICALINI, A.R.
In: Italian Journal of Zoology, 63, Suppl. 1, 163-167
ONOFRI, S. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Ecophysiology of lichens in the Dry Valleys of southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. I. Microclimate of the cryptoendolithic lichen habitat
Kappen, L.; FRIEDMANN, E.I.; GARTY, J.
In: Flora, 171, 216-235
Kappen, L. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Ecophysiology of lichens in the dry valleys of southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. II. CO2 gas exchange in cryptoendolithic lichens
Kappen, L.; FRIEDMANN, E.I.
In: Polar Biology, 1, 227-232
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  9. An endolithic microbial community in dolomite rock in central Switzerland: characterization by reflection spectroscopy, pigment analyses, scanning electron microscopy and laser scanning microscopy
HORATH, T.; NEU, T.R.; BACHOFEN, R.
In: Microbial Ecology, 51, No. 3, 353-364
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  10. Endolithic microbial life in hot and cold deserts
FRIEDMANN, E.I.
In: Origins of Life, 10, 223-235
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  11. Endolithic microorganisms in the Antarctic cold desert
FRIEDMANN, E.I.
In: Science, 215, 1045-1053
FRIEDMANN, E.I. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. FT-Raman spectroscopic analysis of an Antarctic endolith
Villar, S.E.J.; Edwards, H.G.M.; Wynn-Williams, D.D.; Worland, M.R.
In: International Journal of Astrobiology, 1, No. 4, 349-355
Villar, S.E.J. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. FT-Raman spectroscopic analysis of endolithic microbial communities from Beacon sandstone in Victoria Land, Antarctica
Russell, N.C.; Edwards, H.G.M.; Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: Antarctic Science, 10, No. 1, 63-74
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  14. Heterotrophic microbial colonization of the interior of impact-shocked rocks from Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic
FIKE, D.A.; COCKELL, C.S.; Pearce, D.A.; LEE, P.
In: International Journal of Astrobiology, 1, No. 4, 311-323
FIKE, D.A. (Author)581.526.54ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Impact-shocked rocks - insights into archean and extraterrestrial microbial habitats (and sites for prebiotic chemistry?)
COCKELL, C.S.
In: Advances in Space Research, 33, No. 8, 1231-1235
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  16. Life, decay and fossilisation of endolithic microorganisms from the Ross Desert, Antarctica
WIERZCHOS, J.; ASCASO, C.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 11, 863-868
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  17. The lithobiotic ecological niche, with special reference to microorganisms
GOLUBIC, S.; FRAEDMANN, I.; Schneider, J.
In: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 51, No. 2, 475-478
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  18. Nitrogen economy of endolithic microbial communities in hot and cold deserts
FRIEDMANN, E.I.; KIBLER, A.P.
In: Microbial Ecology, 6, 95-108
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  19. A novel Antarctic microbial endolithic community within gypsum crusts
Hughes, K.A.; Lawley, B.
In: Environmental Microbiology, 5, No. 7, 555-565
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  20. Phosphatase activities of endolithic communities in rocks of the Antarctic Dry Valleys
BANERJEE, M.; WHITTON, B.A.; Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: Microbial Ecology, 39, No. 1, 80-91
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  21. Polar endoliths - an anti-correlation of climatic extremes and microbial diversity
COCKELL, C.S.; McKAY, C.P.; OMELON, C.R.
In: International Journal of Astrobiology, 1, No. 4, 305-310
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  22. Some types of endolithic limestone lichens
FRY, E.J.
In: Annals of Botany, 36, No. 144, 542-562
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  23. Surface phosphomonoesterase activity of a natural immobilized system: Chroococcidioposis in an Antarctic desert rock
BANERJEE, M.; WHITTON, B.A.; Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: Journal of Applied Phycology, 12, 549-552
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