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Appendix A Deinococcus radiodurans as an Analogue to Extremophile Organisms That May Have Survived on Mars
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... Although these accessible environments are exposed to harsh atmospheric and solar stress, such conditions do not preclude dormant life. It is possible that periodic melts of subsurface water caused by geothermal events and/or orbital variations bring subsurface microorganisms into surface and near-surface environments where they become frozen and cryopreserved in ground ice.
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... The presence of nutrients supports DNA repair. · Temperature.

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