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|05:45, 19 April 2011||Hydrocarbon degredation.jpg (file)||29 KB||Diagram of the metabolic process of anaerobic hydrocarbon degradation.||1|
|09:28, 6 April 2011||DEBI.jpg (file)||46 KB||a) Perspective of surface relief and workings of proposed DUSEL (former Homestake mine). (Image courtesy of Dr. Z. Hladysz of SDSMT.) (b) Perspective of mine workings (polygonal area at center of diagram) and vicinity showing simulated particle flow paths||1|
|09:11, 6 April 2011||Geofig2.jpg (file)||41 KB||geofig2.jpg.Scanning electron microscope image of bacterial cells attached to muscovite flakes within quartzite. This sample was collected from a depth of 2km in South Africa. (Photo is courtesy of M. Davidson, Princeton University, and G. Southam, Unive||1|
|08:41, 6 April 2011||B infernus-1.jpg (file)||33 KB||In 1995, Bacillus infernus (sp. nov.)1 was isolated from 2,700 meters (1.6777 miles) below the land surface in the Taylorsville Triassic Basin in Virginia. Bacillus infernus was a strict anaerobe. This bacterium, Bacillus infernus, is the only strictly a||1|