Life As we Know It (Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme by Joseph Seckbach

By Joseph Seckbach

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Brines are the medium for halophilic microorganisms, and such environments occur ubiquitously on Earth. Among the hypersaline-tolerant halophiles are photosynthetic green algae (such as Dunaliella species), diatoms, and others. , 1994; Seckbach, 1994, and see above). Among the halophiles at different ranges of pH are also cyanoprokaryota, green and purple Bacteria, sulfur-reducing Bacteria, and methanogenic Archaea. Moderate halophiles live in the marine environments (containing water of 3% salt), others thrive in inland lakes within bodies of salty water, while the hyperhalophiles grow in very high concentration salt solutions.

Smith, P H. Spanovich, N. Whitney, B. Whelley, P. Greeley, R. Thompson, S. F. and Squyres. W. (2004) Atmospheric imaging results from the Mars Exploration Rovers: Spirit and Opportunity. Sci. 306 (Issue 5702), 1753-1756. P. and Hahimoto, H. (2005) Radiative-convective model of warming Mars with artificaial greenhouse gases. J. Geophys. Res. 110, xxxx . P. (2000) Life in the cold and dry limits: Earth, Mars and beyond, In: J. ), Journey to Diverse Microbial Worlds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp.

Since it would be difficult for organisms to grow at the surface regions in the cryosphere and under UV radiation of Mars, if life does exist on Mars today, it would by necessity be located in the subsurface where warmer conditions and perhaps liquid ground water may be present. The thin Martian ozone layer does not significantly block UV rays, but the radiations of very short wavelengths penetrate all the way to the surface. If some species of Bacteria or Archaea may overcome Martian conditions (similar to those Bacteria existing in permafrost – see Möhlmann 2004), then this planet might perhaps harbor psychrophilic life.

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