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Synonyms for cyanobacterial

relating to or caused by photosynthetic bacteria of the class Cyanobacteria


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The exploitation of natural cyanobacterial products can result in the discovery of new compounds (lipopeptides, amino acids, fatty acids, macrolides) with antiprotozoal, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antitumoral, cytotoxic, and other biological activities (Ehrenreich, Waterbury, & Webb, 2005; Singh, Tiwari, Rai, & Mohapatra, 2011; Costa et al.
Tebbs EJ, Remedio JJ and DM Harper Remote sensing of chlorophyll-[alpha] as a measure of cyanobacterial biomass in Lake Bogoria, a hypertrophic, saline-alkaline, flamingo lake, using Landsat ETM +.
Status, causes and controls of cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Erie.
4), the low values of [beta]-carotene reflect low total productivity, although stable values of cyanobacterial pigments (echinenone, myxoxanthophyll) indicate the presence of some cyanobacterial groups in Lake Nommejarv.
It seemed that biosynthesis of chlorophyll in the cyanobacterial cells as a response of addition of carbon sources, D-glucose or molasses to the growth medium had variable effect.
Long-term compositional changes after transplant in a microbial mat cyanobacterial community revealed using a polyphasic approach.
All these substances could explain some of the fish and cultured shrimp mortalities associated with cyanobacterial blooms [2, 8, 9, 13, 19, 30, 33, 35, 39, 40].
Mechanism and prediction for contamination of freshwater bivalves (Unionidae) with the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin in hypereutrophic Lake Suwa, Japan.
Similar characteristics were observed on modern cyanobacterial flats in the intertidal to supatidal zone (Friedman et al, 1985).
NREL's Cyanobacterial bioethylene process harnesses the abilities of cyanobacteria, which are plant-like bacteria that can use the energy contained in sunlight to feed themselves.
Toxicity of microcystin-LR, a cyanobacterial toxin, to multiple life stages of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia, and possible implications for recruitment.
The cyanobacterial blooms arising from such eutrophication had become a serious problem in the reservoir from the 1990s on (Blaha et al.