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Cold-active enzymes typically have maximal catalytic activity at temperatures below 408C and usually display some degree of thermolability. Recent research has focused on determining the structural characteristics that confer cold adaptation in enzymes (Feller & Gerday, 1997). Individual enzyme types possess different structural strategies to gain overall increased flexibility, suggesting that protein folding has a critical role in conferring activity at low temperature. , 1999). In addition to enzyme applications and PUFA production, cold-adapted archaea, bacteria and eukaryotes have wide-ranging biotechnological applications.
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While the concept of an equilibrium thickness is highly idealized, neglecting, among other things, interseasonal and interannual variability in atmospheric and oceanic forcing or ice properties, it is of substantial value in discussing the impacts of variability in the forcing. 5 and 3 m thick at the onset of summer melt (Maykut, 1986). , in press; Haas, Chapter 4). Among other factors, such as the depth of the snow cover, the magnitude of the oceanic heat flux plays a prominent role in determining the equilibrium thickness.
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