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F. E. Goetz and Jannasch, H. W., Aromatic hydrocarbon degrading bacteria in the petroleum-rich sediments of the Guaymas Basin hydrothermal vent site: Preference for aromatic hydroxylic acids, Geomicrobiology Journal, vol. 11, pp. 1–18, 1993.
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C. T. S. Little and Vrijenhoek, R. C., Are hydrothermal vent animals living fossils?, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 18, pp. 582–588, 2003.
J. N. Bentley, G. Ventura, T., Dalzell, C. J., Walters, C. C., Peters, C. A., Mennito, A. S., Nelson, R. K., Reddy, C. M., Seewald, J. S., and Sievert, S. M., Archaeal lipid diversity, alteration, preservation at Cathedral Hill, Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California, and its link to the deep time preservation paradox, Organic Geochemistry, p. 104302, 2021.
J. N. Bentley, Ventura, G. T., Dalzell, C. J., Walters, C. C., Peters, C. A., Mennito, A. S., Nelson, R. K., Reddy, C. M., Seewald, J. S., and Sievert, S. M., Archaeal lipid diversity, alteration, and preservation at the Cathedral Hill deep sea hydrothermal vent, Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California, and its implications regarding the deep time preservation paradox, Organic Geochemistry, vol. 163, 2022.
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C. Vetriani, Archaea, Origin of, in Encyclopedia of biodiversity, vol. 1, S. Levin, Ed. San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press, 2001, pp. 219–230.
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