Definition of Halophiles

1. Noun. (plural of halophile) ¹



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Definition of Halophiles

1. halophile [n] - See also: halophile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halophiles

halonium ion
haloniums
halons
halonuclei
halonucleus
haloperidol
haloperidol reductase
haloperidols
haloperoxidase
haloperoxidases
halophenol
halophenols
halophil
halophila
halophile
halophiles (current term)
halophilic
halophilism
halophils
halophosphate
halophosphine
halophosphines
halophyte
halophytes
halophytic
haloprogin
haloquinoline
halorhodopsin
halorhodopsins
halos

Literary usage of Halophiles

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1. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Research topics include: salt-free hide preservation; hide damage by halophiles; AGRICULTURE & FOOD: Miscellaneous analysis of tannery enzyme activity; ..."

2. Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars by National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars, National Research Council (U.S.). Space Studies Board, National Research Council (U.S.). Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences (2006)
"Extremophiles are classified according to the conditions in which they exist, for example as thermophiles (hot), psychrophiles (cold), halophiles (salty), ..."

3. Handbook to the City of Dublin and the Surrounding District by Grenville Arthur James Cole, R. Lloyd Praeger (1908)
"On Lambay, the only considerable island off the Dublin coast, a well-marked succession may be studied of halophiles, grass-land, Bracken, and dry Calluna ..."

4. Biotechnology for Water Use and Conservation: The Mexico '96 Workshop by OECD Staff, Mexico '96 Workshop, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Development., Zapata, Francisco BolĂ­var (1997)
"... (blue-green algae), Green non-sulfur bacteria, and others; and Archaea, including methanogens, halophiles and hyperthermophiles (Figure 1; Woese, 1987). ..."

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