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And as heat carried off by vapour. , to make carbohydrates function as low-entropy material. The thermal properties of liquid water and carbohydrates contrast with each other. When liquid water functions as low-entropy material, it absorbs heat and becomes vapour, so it may be called "low-energy and low-entropy" material, while when carbohydrates function as low-entropy material, they generate heat by oxidation, so they may be called "highenergy and low-entropy" material. The heat generated by the oxidation of carbohydrates is essentially absorbed by water in organs.

Organisms are found under extreme conditions, cope with meager energy sources, and are able to repair massive damages. Biologists are cautious about sweeping statements that rule out remarkably complex chemistry or machinery. We still cannot build a computer as complex as the brain;synthesize microstructures as small as a~acterium or pack information as tight as on a DNA molecule. To dismiss biology once and for all on Mars with our meager data may be permature. What is not clear is what experiments may be performed by automated robots before samples are returned to the earth or laboratories are set up on the Martian surface.

1986a) which means that it is blacK as charcoal; so it is one of the darKest object of our solar system. The crude three dimensional shape has also been reconstructed from the data (Sagdeev et al. 1986b). This is exhibited in Fig. 1, whereas Fig. 2 shows the best image of the nucleus taken by VEGA 2 on 9 March 1986 at 7:20 UT at a distance of 8030 km from the nucleus. The shape and size reconstruction was possible since the VEGA s/c imaged the nucleus both on -6 and 9 March, exposing about 66 images where the nucleus is clearly resolved.

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