Question: Escherichia coli but not Pyrolobus fumarii will grow at 40
Escherichia coli but not Pyrolobus fumarii will grow at 40° C, while P. fumarii but not E. coli will grow at 110° C. What is happening (or not happening) to prevent growth of each organism at the nonpermissive temperature?
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