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Antarctic yeast's strategies: Consuming energy to prevent from intracellular freezing

(Research Organization of Information and Systems) Research suggests Antarctic yeast Mrakia blollopis pays huge energy costs to resist cold stress as it grows in subzero temperatures.
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