Post-Viking Microbiology: New Approaches, New Data, New Insights

@article{Nealson2004PostVikingMN,
  title={Post-Viking Microbiology: New Approaches, New Data, New Insights},
  author={K. Nealson},
  journal={Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={73-93}
}
  • K. Nealson
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere
In the 20 years since the Viking experiments, major advances have been made in the areas of microbial systematics, microbial metabolism, microbial survival capacity, and the definition of environments on earth, suggesting that life is more versatile and tenacious than was previously appreciated. Almost all niches on earth which have available energy, and which are compatible with the chemistry of carbon-carbon bonds, are known to be inhabited by bacteria. The oldest known bacteria on earth… Expand
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