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Previously discussed Cold Loving Bacteria can be used to bring life to Mars from Earth, a Cold Loving Algae named "Watermelon Snow" (C.nivalis) is a candidate for a Photosynthetic Algae  which has a Red Bloom color and is commonly growing on ice which is also photosynthetic.

 

"Watermelon Snow" (C.nivalis)

 

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The only thing that needs to be done is the gene for cold shock resistance put a promoter in front of it to survive on Mars's much colder climate of -50 after a nuclear reheat around -20  to -10. a plasmid which is a circular piece of DNA with several other Cold Shock Resistance genes could also be spliced into the genome of these Algae to produce a Extremephile C.nivalis strain which could survive on mars.

 

 

Plasmid Map for Inserting other organisms genes into the Bacteria of Their Cold Shock Resistance Genes such as  CBF1 and others of the Csp family.

 

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Promoter Sequence for over-expression of Cold Shock Resistance Genes

 

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Which using Photosynthesis will turn most of Mars's CO2 atmosphere into O(6CO2 + 12H2O + Light -> C6H12O6 + 6O2+ 6H2O)

 

 

This C.nivalis bacteria/Alage's Photosynthesis will transform Mars's CO2 Atmosphere to O2 using The Oxygen Cycle using water making a breatheable atmosphere in very cold temperatures after genetic modification of its genome making Red Life on the Red Planet.

 

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Edited by VictorMedvil
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