TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CYANOPHYTE»
The term «cyanophyte» is used very little and occupies the 181.960
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CYANOPHYTE»
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M.R. Walter. TABLE I Principle adaptational types of microorganisms (see also
drawings in text) A. Movement By unidirectional gel By gliding: production:
coccoid forms filamentous forms 1. Entophysalis (cyanophyte) 5 Chloroflexus ...
Phytoremediation of Contaminated Soil and Water
chromatograms of volatile compounds released by a Chlorella culture grown at
100 mg/1 Se (Figure 16.4A) and a filamentous cyanophyte culture grown at 10
mg/1 Se (Figure 16.4B). For both microphytes, three volatile Se compounds were
Norman Terry, Gary S. Banuelos, 1999
The Biology of Blue-green Algae
Synechococcus lividus here, as in Oregon, is the upper-temperature-limit
cyanophyte at 73-74°C, although this limit is depressed about 10 degrees in the
calcareous springs at Mammoth and a few other areas, possibly because of
sensitivity to ...
N. G. Carr, Brian A. Whitton, 1973
Effects of cyanophage SAM-1 upon Microcystis aeruginosa
The widespread occurrence of cyanophages suggests that they may s-. icantly
influence the cyclic succession of cyanophyte populations in nati.. Viruses might
affect cyanophyte populations in several ways. First, free virus particles (virions) ...
D. L. Parker, G. P. Jansen, L. Corbett, 1977
Travellers' Health: How to stay healthy abroad
It may occur after swimming or handling fishing nets in seas containing blooms of
the filamentous marine cyanophyte Lynbya majuscula. Two of the toxic agents
are known to be potent tumourproducing compounds. Outbreaks have been ...
Algae: An Introduction to Phycology
This does not mean, however, that the glaucophyte chloroplast did not evolve
from an endosymbiotic cyanophyte. It remains quite likely that it did, and that the
resemblances between the glaucophyte chloroplast and cyanophyte cells are ...
Christiaan Hoek, David Mann, H. M. Jahns, 1995
Green Plants: Their Origin and Diversity
Plasmids are indeed widespread in cyanophyte cells (but not yet reported in
those of the prochlorophytes). Although it has not yet been possible to ascribe
any precise function to the plasmids of the cyanophytes, it is not unreasonable to
Peter R. Bell, Alan R. Hemsley, 2000
Fossils in Earth Sciences
interaction of cyanophyte (popularly called bluegreen algae) mats and their
surroundings. These organisms secrete calcareous substance on them and at
the same time trap fine suspended carbonate particles from the water above. This
Enigmatic Microorganisms And Life In Extreme Environments
A floristic study of the terrestrial algae in southern Arizona includes both edaphic
(growing on the soil surface) and endolithic (growing in rocks) algae and records
over 60 different species, including 50 cyanophyte taxa, 8 chlorophyte taxa and ...
Phycotoxins: Chemistry and Biochemistry
Toxicological and pharmacological action of Anabaena flos-aquae toxin. Science
187, 542–544. Carmichael, W.W., Biggs, D.F., and Peterson, M.A. 1979.
Pharmacology of anatoxin-a, produced by freshwater cyanophyte Anabaenaflos-
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CYANOPHYTE»
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Effects of Elevated CO2 on Freshwater Cyanobacteria
Pulses of phosphate promote dominance of the toxic cyanophyte Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii in a subtropical water reservoir. Journal of ... «CO2 Science Magazine, Jan 13»
Total synthesis of marine natural products without using protecting …
Hapalindoles, antibacterial and antimycotic alkaloids from the cyanophyte Hapalosiphon fontinalis. J. Org. Chem. 52, 1036–1043 (1987) ... «Nature.com, Mar 07»