Halococcus morrhuae


Bacteria: Extremophile: Halococcus morrhuae. Organisms are called extremophile that exist under extreme conditions. These bacterias live in salt lakes or high salinity habitats (3.5-5 molar resolutions), that turn red with increasing numbers. TEM-25,000x.

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