Toxin release in response to oxidative stress and programmed cell death in the cyanobacterium
Effects of microcystin-free and microcystincontaining strains of the cyanobacterium
Microcystis aeruginosa on growth of the grazer Daphnia magna.
1991) Major role of the cyanobacterium
Trichodesmium in nutrient cycling in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Adams, Cloning and sequence of ftsZ and flanking regions from the cyanobacterium
Anabaena PCC 7120.
Dennison W, O'Neil J, Duffy E, Oliver P, Shaw G (1999) Blooms of the cyanobacterium
Lyngbya majuscula in coastal waters of Queensland, Australia.
Choi, Gerwick and their colleagues conducted various laboratory experiments and discovered that the seaweed (the cyanobacterium
Leptolyngbya crossbyana) generates natural products known as honaucins with potent anti-inflammation and bacteria-controlling properties.
The next step is to find out why and how this cyanobacterium
produces the calcium carbonate.
Effects of solar UV radiation and photosynthesis of the filamentous cyanobacterium
, Arthrospira platensis.
On the basis of current results and those discussed above, it is proposed to study the impact of hypersaline cyanobacterium
Phormidium tenue and Bradyrhizobium sp on the growth of Vigna mungo.
We isolated a cyanobacterium
from a contaminated culture of PLY429 and conducted a feeding study to determine if this isolate affects survival and growth of juvenile bay scallops, either alone or in combination with PLY429, thereby simulating feeding of a contaminated culture.
and the cyanobacterium
Synechococcus) and about 40% of prokaryotic
EXTRAORDINARY ORGANISMS--The cyanobacterium
, Trichodesmium thiebautii, forms filaments (below) that contain many individual disk-shaped cells, each about 15 micrometers ([10.