Since life on earth is believed to be emerged in extremely high temperatures, thermophiles
appear to be the first organisms on earth (Qazi, 2013).
In Denmark, Masoud et al  reported that raw bovine milk contained a significant amount of lactic acid bacteria such as Streptococcus thermophiles
and Lactococcus lactis representing 43.
Les frenaies thermophiles
a Fraxinus angustifolia un habitat d'interet communautaire (UE 91B0) du sud de la France.
was found to significantly increase stratum corneum ceramide levels in healthy females after two weeks of application (2) Skin hydration was also improved following use of probiotic lysate-containing cream.
including bacterial and archaeal species are found in various geothermally heated regions of the earth such as hot springs and deepsea hydrothermal vents.
Angelov A, Mientus M, Liebl S, Liebl W A two-host fosmid system for functional screening of (meta)genomic libraries from extreme thermophiles
, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 32: 177-185, 2009.
In this project the MC fellow will exploit some novel technology under development in the lab of the supervisor to develop thermostable alpha-keto acid decarboxylases, which are not typically present in thermophiles
2004) Bathymodiolus MT MT-10Bt(2) 70 Leignel thermophiles
MT MT-10Bt(1) 70 et al.
Among their topics are the diversity of thermophilic microorganisms and their roles in the carbon cycle, lignocellulosic biomass deconstruction by the extremely thermophilic genus Caldicellulosiruptor, alcohol dehydrogenases and their physiological functions in hyperthermophiles, DNA replication in thermophilic microorganisms, the metabolic engineering of thermophiles
for biofuel production, and thermophilic viruses and their association with thermophiles
Organisms that thrive in hot environments, known as thermophiles
, would have fared better than anything that needed lower temperatures, says Sumner.
Isolation of cellulolytic anaerobic extreme thermophiles
from New Zealand thermal sites.
Whole milk without any standardisation was used for the manufacturing of yoghurt using Strepotococcus thermophiles
and Lactobacillus bulgaricus starter culture (Abdullah et al.