The habitats of these organisms include especially cheese, yogurt, and mesophile organisms are often included in the process of beer and wine making.
Organisms that prefer cold environments are termed psychrophilic, those preferring warmer temperatures are termed thermophilic and those thriving in extremely hot environments are hyperthermophilic. All bacteria have their own optimum environmental surroundings and temperatures in which they thrive the most. A genome-wide computational approach has been designed by Zheng, et al. to classify bacteria into mesophilic and thermophilic. 
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^Hao Zheng and Hongwei Wu. Gene-centric association analysis for the correlation between the guanine-cytosine content levels and temperature range conditions of prokaryotic species. BMC Bioinformatics 2010, 11(Suppl 11):S7.