Acidophile

[histology] An acidophile (or acidophil, or, as an adjectival form, acidophilic) describes is a term used by histologists to describe a particular staining pattern of cells and tissues when using haematoxylin and eosin stains. Specifically, the name refers to structures which "love" acid, and take it up readily. It describes the microscopic
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Acidophile

[organisms] Acidophilic organisms are those that thrive under highly acidic conditions (usually at pH 2.0 or below) . These organisms can be found in different branches of the tree of life, including Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukaryotes. A partial list of these organisms include: ==Mechanisms of adaptation to acidic environments== Most acidoph
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Acidophile

Any organism that grows best under acidic conditions (low pH).
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acidophile

<microbiology> Describes any microorganism that can or must live in an acidic environment (pH below 6). ... (06 May 1997) ...
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acidophile

acidophil, acidophile 1. An organism that grows well in a highly acid media. 2. A cell that stains readily with acidic dyes.
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Acidophile

Preferring to grow on acid soils
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Acidophile

organism that grows best in acidic conditions.
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