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Record #186293:

Biochemical adaptation to extreme environments / Tony D.J. Haymet.

Title: Biochemical adaptation to extreme environments / Tony D.J. Haymet.
Author(s): Haymet, Tony D. J.
Date: [2001]
Publisher: Parkville, Vic.: Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering
In: Looking South - Managing Technology, Opportunities and the Global Environment : proceedings of the 2001 invitation symposium. ([2001]),
Abstract: Provides overview of recent progress in understanding molecules which either prevent growth of ice, or greatly accelerate its nucleation and growth, with particular reference to structure, function and possible applications of kinetic ice growth inhibitors from Antarctic fish, known as antifreeze proteins and glycoproteins. Includes note on confirmation of hydrophobic face mechanism hypothesis, and investigation of hypothesis on role of ice/water interface in localised charge inhomogeneity at molecular level.
Notes:

In: Looking South - Managing Technology, Opportunities and the Global Environment : proceedings of the 2001 invitation symposium / Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.

Keywords: 597 -- Fish.
597.583.1 -- Nototheniiformes.
591.8 -- Histology.
574.2.045 -- Organisms, influence of temperature.
536.48 -- Low temperature phenomena in living things.
576.3 -- Cell structure.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1947- Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 2001-02 ANARE.
H4 -- Zoology: fish.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 186293

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