Life in ancient ice /

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Imprint:Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2005.
Description:xviii, 307 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Subject:Ice -- Microbiology.
Microbiology -- Polar Regions.
Ice -- Microbiology.
Polar regions.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Castello, John D., 1952-
Rogers, Scott O., 1953-
ISBN:0691074755 (cloth : acid-free paper)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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505 0 0 |g Ch. 1.  |t Introduction /  |r John D. Castello and Scott O. Rogers --  |g Ch. 2.  |t Recommendations for elimination of contaminants and authentication of isolates in ancient ice cores /  |r Scott O. Rogers, Li-Jun Ma, Yinghao Zhao, Vincent Theraisnathan, Seung-Geuk Shin, Gang Zhang, Catherine M. Catranis, William T. Starmer and John D. Castello --  |g Ch. 3.  |t Perennial Antarctic lake ice : a refuge for cyanobacteria in an extreme environment /  |r John C. Priscu, Edward E. Adams, Hans W. Paerl, Christian H. Fritsen, John E. Dore, John T. Lisle, Craig F. Wolf and Jill A. Mikucki --  |g Ch. 4.  |t The growth of prokaryotes in Antarctic sea ice : implications for ancient ice communities /  |r David S. Nichols --  |g Ch. 5.  |t Frozen in time : the diatom record in ice cores from remote drilling sites on the Antarctic ice sheets /  |r Davida E. Kellogg and Thomas B. Kellogg --  |g Ch. 6.  |t The nature and likely sources of biogenic particles found in ancient ice from Antarctica /  |r Raymond Sambrotto and Lloyd Burckle --  |g Ch. 7.  |t Microbial life below the freezing point within permafrost /  |r Elizaveta Rivkina, Kayastas Laurinavichyus and David A. Gilichinsky --  |g Ch. 8.  |t Yeasts isolated from ancient permafrost /  |r Rushaniya N. Faizutdinova, Nataliya E. Suzina, Vitalyi I. Duda, Lada E. Petrovskaya and David A. Gilichinsky --  |g Ch. 9.  |t Fungi in ancient permafrost sediments of the Arctic and Antarctic regions /  |r Nataliya E. Ivanushkina, Galina A. Kochkina and Svetlana M. Ozerskaya --  |g Ch. 10.  |t Viable phototrophs : cyanobacteria and green algae from the permafrost darkness /  |r Tatiana A. Vishnivetskaya, Ludmila G. Erokhina, Elena V. Spirina, Anastasia V. Shatilovich, Elena A. Vorobyova, Alexander I. Tsapin and David A. Gilichinsky --  |g Ch. 11.  |t The significance and implications of the discovery of filamentous fungi in glacial ice /  |r Li-Jun Ma, Catherine M. Catranis, William T. Starmer and Scott O. Rogers --  |g Ch. 12.  |t Yeasts in the genus Rhodotorula recovered from the Greenland ice sheet /  |r William T. Starmer, Jack W. Fell, Catherine M. Catranis, Virginia Aberdeen, Li-Jun Ma, Shuang Zhou and Scott O. Rogers --  |g Ch. 13.  |t Plant and bacterial viruses in the Greenland ice sheet /  |r John D. Castello, Scott O. Rogers, James E. Smith, William T. Starmer and Yinghao Zhao --  |g Ch. 14.  |t Viral pathogens of humans likely to be preserved in natural ice /  |r Dany Shoham --  |g Ch. 15.  |t Classification of bacteria from polar and nonpolar glacial ice /  |r Brent C. Christner, Ellen Mosley-Thompson, Lonnie G. Thompson and John N. Reeve --  |g Ch. 16.  |t Common features of microorganisms in ancient layers of the Antarctic ice sheet /  |r S. S. Abyzov, M. N. Poglazova, J. N. Mitskevich and M. V. Ivanov --  |g Ch. 17.  |t Comparative biological analyses of accretion ice from subglacial lake Vostok /  |r Robin Bell, Michael Studinger, Anahita Tikku and John D. Castello --  |g Ch. 18.  |t Search for microbes and biogenic compounds in polar ice using fluorescence /  |r Ryan Bay, Nathan Bramall and P. Buford Price --  |g Ch. 19.  |t Living cells in permafrost as models for astrobiology research /  |r Elena A. Vorobyova, V. S. Soina, A. G. Mamukelashvili, A. Bolshakova, I. V. Yaminsky and A. L. Mulyukin --  |g Ch. 20.  |t A synopsis of the past, an evaluation of the current, and a glance toward the future /  |r John D. Castello and Scott O. Rogers. 
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