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I would guess high, too. Like 25C (I guess Markus must have tested 20, 25, 30, 37, if it tolerates relatively high temp. Haha). I kind of relate this to the temperature tolerance of yeast. Although not the most healthy condition, it is still true that yeasts grow faster at 37C while its optimal temperature is 30C. I think both adaptation and conservation exist and it may adapt to the low temperature environment, but the general metabolism system and equilibrium between protein stability/activity may share a lot of common features with its relatives.
Jan 28, 2019
Exploring the temperature tolerance of a cave beetle
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