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Evolution, Metabolism and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Extreme Adaptation of Euryarchaeota and Its Biotechnological Potential

By Victor Castro‐Fernandez, Ricardo Zamora, Alejandra Herrera‐ Morande, Gabriel Vallejos, Felipe Gonzalez‐Ordenes and Victoria Guixé

Submitted: September 30th 2016Reviewed: May 30th 2017Published: October 11th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69943

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Victor Castro‐Fernandez, Ricardo Zamora, Alejandra Herrera‐ Morande, Gabriel Vallejos, Felipe Gonzalez‐Ordenes and Victoria Guixé (October 11th 2017). Evolution, Metabolism and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Extreme Adaptation of Euryarchaeota and Its Biotechnological Potential, Archaea Haitham Sghaier, Afef Najjari and Kais Ghedira, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69943. Available from:

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