Skip to main content
5 votes

Could biofilms float and survive in the sulfuric acid clouds of Venus?

I have pondered life on Venus. I think the biggest problem would be lack of free water. The atmosphere is thick and under high pressure, and polar CO2 and H2SO4 like to bind with water. There is no ...
Willk's user avatar
  • 2,964
2 votes

What does substrate mean?

A substrate is an underlying substance or layer, or less strictly, the medium within or upon which an organism grows. For instance, you can have a filamentous fungus grow on a solid medium (e.g. on an ...
S Pr's user avatar
  • 6,262
1 vote

Is there a standard protocol for isolating bacteriophages from biofilm?

A 2019 paper in Viruses used sonication to monitor the phage titer of P. aeruginosa biofilms associated with "stainless steel coupons". In order to better understand the repartition of ...
acvill's user avatar
  • 8,296

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible