hypersaline


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hypersaline

(ˌhaɪpəˈseɪlaɪn)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by excessive salt in a saline solution
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rss=1) The paper , titled "Super-hydrophobic diving flies (Ephydra hians) and the hypersaline waters of Mono Lake," appeared online Monday.
Isolation and identification of moderately halophilic bacteria producing hydrolytic enzymes from the largest hypersaline playa in Iran.
The main anthropogenic impacts in the GCC waters are hypersaline with water discharge from desalination plants, reclamation and dredging, industrial and sewage effluents, and oil pollution.
Microbial diversity of hypersaline environments: a metagenomic approach.
Chile exhibits wide latitudinal (39[degrees] to 61[degrees]S) and altitudinal gradient (from sea level up 6,960 m above sea level in the Andes Mountains), along which hypersaline lakes and lagoons occur at very contrasting selective pressures (e.
8 indicates saline to hypersaline conditions associated with the deposition of evaporite and carbonates.
The depositional environment interpreted is restricted inner ramp for mudstone microfacies, middle to outer ramp for wackestone microfacies, inner to middle ramp hypersaline lagoons and its beaches for packstone microfacies and inner ramp for grainstone microfacies.
Phenol degradation by halophilic bacteria isolated from hypersaline environments.
The process of writing an op-ed on his thesis research, which was on the process of bio-mineralization carried out by soil bacteria inhabiting Abu Dhabis hypersaline sabkhas, or salt flats, gave him his first experience of science writing.
2013) analyzing genetic composition of bacteria in a hypersaline lake at Kiritimati atoll Central Pacific, where almost 91 % of the variance was explained by pH and depth; however, this value drops to 63 % when they compared their results with a similar hypersaline system in Guerrero Negro, Mexico.
One of these potential technologies involves the application of the hypersaline concentrate waste water from desalination plants over an area impacted by a HAB.