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Barophilic prokaryotes: Grow slowly in highly alkaline frozen lakes at high altitudes Occur in water containing hoghconcentrations of barium hydroxide Grow and multiply in very deep marine sediments Readily grow and divide in sea waterenriched in any soluble salt of barium Explain your answer.

Barophilic prokaryotes:
  1. Grow slowly in highly alkaline frozen lakes at high altitudes
  2. Occur in water containing hoghconcentrations of barium hydroxide
  3. Grow and multiply in very deep marine sediments
  4. Readily grow and divide in sea waterenriched in any soluble salt of barium
Explain your answer.

Grade:12th pass

3 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
The answer is Barophilic prokaryotes: "Grow and multiply in very deep marine sediments" A Barophilic prokaryote, also generally defined as a barophile, is a type of organism which occurs and exists at high pressures zones, as a deep sea bacteria or archaea.
They are generally found on ocean floors, where a pressure is extremely high and often exceeds 380 atm or about 180 kg
 
Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
The answer is Barophilic prokaryotes: " Grow and multiply in very deep marine sediments" A Barophilic prokaryote, also generally defined as a barophile, is a type of organism which occurs and exists at high pressures zones, as a deep sea bacteria or archaea.
They are generally found on ocean floors, where a pressure is extremely high and often exceeds 380 atm or about 180 kg
 
Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
Barophilic prokaryotes grow and multipy in very deep marine sediments . 
So option A is correct ans. 
Hope this helps 
Good uck 

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