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My Question is: How much oxygen will land based microorganisms convert in a Mars like atmosphere? I need help getting the tools for this experiment. Is there somebody who could help me?
Answer 1:

Earth-based microorganisms will not live in a Mars-like atmosphere.

Wikipedia has an article on the atmosphere of Mars, which is mostly carbon dioxide. Also, Mars has almost no atmosphere, as compared with earth. If Earth's atmosphere is 100%, then Mars' atmosphere is only 0.6% - less than 1% as much atmosphere as earth. Here's the article:

Atmosphere of Mars

No life has been found on Mars, according to almost all of the scientists who know about Mars. Here's what Wikipedia says:

Life on Mars

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