Ectothiorhodospira

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Bacteria: Extremophile: Ectothiorhodospira (blue-algae) Organisms that live under extreme conditions are called extremophiles. These powerfully blue-green bacteria live in up to 80C salt water puddles. They survive desiccation and crystallization of the salt unharmed. In the picture, the photosynthetic membrane system is clear. TEM-15,000x

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