cyanobacteria

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Synonyms for cyanobacteria

predominantly photosynthetic prokaryotic organisms containing a blue pigment in addition to chlorophyll

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How cyanobacterium are introduced into PLY429 cultures at this rime is unknown, but these are open cultures with many vectors for contaminate introduction.
To examine this new cyanobacterium, we attempted to culture it on that cruise, using media developed during my Ph.
Keats acquired a clonal strain of the cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon from the University of San Francisco, where biochemist John Cobley, Ph.
The cyanobacterium can't swim if this gene, encoding one of the largest bacterial proteins ever documented, is mutated.
The freshwater cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei forms dense mats in culturally impacted aquatic systems in Alabama and produces saxitoxin, a carbamate alkaloid neurotoxin.
Department of Energy funding, assistance from Keith Cooksey, a microbiologist at Montana State University who had been researching bacteria found in the mineral hot springs of Yellowstone National Park, and a system of parabolic mirrors, fiber optic cables and slabs of acrylic plastic called "glow plates" developed by scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Bayless designed a bioreactor based on a newly discovered iron-loving cyanobacterium (blue-green algae), tentatively named Chroogloeocystis siderophila, that Cooksey discovered thriving in a hot stream at Yellowstone.
Localization to subcellular compartments of the uptake hydrogenase in the cyanobacterium Nostac punctiforme.
According to stepwise multiple analysis, the most distinguishable cyanobacterium in L.
6 billion years ago when a single-celled protist captured and retained a formerly free-living cyanobacterium.
Lyngbya wollei is a filamentous, mat-forming cyanobacterium that has been shown to produce saxitoxin, a paralytic shellfish poison.
The microbes may be common enough to match the nutrient production of Trichodesmium, the cyanobacterium previously thought to be the nitrogen-fixing champ among ocean plankton.