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found in moist places as rounded jellylike colonies

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sphaericum, Spirulina platenses por presentar alto contenido de proteinas (35-42%) y gran cantidad de clorofila y otros pigmentos como la C-ficocianina (Azul), C-ficoeritrina (Rojo), 5-caroteno, aminoacidos esenciales y vitaminas, Zuniga ( 1998), ademas las algas azul verdes se vino utilizando desde los tiempos muy remotas en la alimentacion humana en forma directa como las especies de Nostoc (N.
Phycobiliprotein in the cells of Nostoc sp.--a cyanobiont of various lichen species of the genus Peitigera.
En el corte histologico se observo frecuentemente la presencia del fotobionte Stigonema, contradiciendo los reportes encontrados por Lamb (1968) y Boekhout (1982), que mencionan que el fotobionte mas comun es Nostoc. Apotecios numerosos, medianos, coloracion marron rojizo a negro, como los observados en S.
CT Lyngbya ceylanica Wille CM Lyngbya lagerheimii (Gomont) Anagnostidis CT Lyngbya limnetica Lemmermann CT Lyngbya perelegans Lemmermann CT CT Microcystis aeruginosa Kützing CM Nostoc sp.
Geosiphon pyriforme, a fungus forming endocytobiosis with Nostoc (cyanobacteria), is an ancestral member of the Glomales: evidence by SSU rRNA analysis.
According to this theory, the toxin becomes more concentrated as it moves up the food chain from the microbes, Nostoc cyanobacteria, to tropical plants called cycads to bats to the Chamorro people (SN: 8/14/04, p.
We found that the different strains have a high sequence similarity in the 23S rRNA gene region, and that Anabaena and Nostoc are the two most closely related genera.
For example, Nostoc commune is very common in the tundra and can live independently or form filaments associated with mosses.
(dominant in Zones D and E) are particularly important because of their association with nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria (including Nostoc sp.; Karagatzides et al., 1985).
When Cladophora is overgrown by taxa not susceptible to nitrogen limitation, such as the cyanobacteria Nostoc and diatoms in the genus Epithemia, the algae slough off and float to the surface.
[30] compared two species of cynobacteria namely Oscillatoria limosa and Nostoc commune in the removal of nutrients using polluted river water from Mula-Mutha, Pune.