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Synonyms for blue-green

of a bluish shade of green

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Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Dec 15 ( ANI ): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu while speaking at AP Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) workshop on Friday said that Amaravati will be developed as a blue-green city and it will be pollution as well as traffic free.
Water monitoring has confirmed the presence of blue-green algae and the toxins they produce in Odell Lake," the Ore gon Health Authority stated in a news release.
Also known as bioluminescent algae, it produces a flash of blue-green light whenever the water they are living in is disturbed by motion.
Research from the Blue-Green Cities Consortium, led by the University of Nottingham and including Newcastle University, has found that increasing the amount of storage ponds, water channels, green roofs, green walls and green space in Newcastle could make a significant contribution to reducing flood risk Known as blue and green infrastructure, the features would also improve air quality and biodiversity.
In a study published in the journal Technology, a team led by Concordia engineering professor Muthukumaran Packirisamy describe their invention: a power cell that harnesses electrical energy from the photosynthesis and respiration of blue-green algae.
Tiny fossils of some of the oldest blue-green and green plants on Earth were found in well-preserved condition in Bitter Springs limestone in central Australia.
Tests carried out by Natural Resources Wales detected a bloom of blue-green algae in the water at Acton Park, Wrexham.
WARNING notices have been posted at Hemlington Lake in Middlesbrough after the Environment Agency confirmed blue-green algae is in the water.
Cells are spherical or hemispherical after division and pale blue-green, but they appear brownish due to aerotopes that mask the blue-green color of the protoplast.
Wen you're in the environmental re-slearch business, finding blue-green algae can be a double-edged sword: it's good for the researchers, but not so good for the people living in the area.
In Toledo, Ohio, where voluntary tests at a water treatment plant found elevated levels of the toxin microcystin, which is produced by blue-green algae, the city is urging residents and the several hundred thousand people served by its water utility not to drink tap water, even if they boil it.
Some of these blooms may appear light green, blue-green, have white streaks, or can look like paint spills or pea soup, and they indicate a problem.
Blue-green algae produce a toxin that can cause serious illness to animals or humans who drink or have skin contact with the water.
A LAKE popular with watersports fans which was closed off after toxic blue-green algae was discovered in its waters has been reopened.