Biochemical composition, biological activities and toxicological effects of two non-nodularin producing strains of Nodularia spumigena
Mertens and Jurgens.
extract induces upregulation of mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes in spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.
2]-fixing filamentous cyanobacteria are regular phenomena in the Baltic Sea, and especially Nodularia spumigena may form large (up to 100 000 [km.
Previous studies of salinity effects on Nodularia spumigena and Aphanizomenon sp.
Mertens, Hemiselmis virescens Droop, Plagioselmis prolonga Butcher, Prorocentrum minimum Schiller, Heterocapsa triquetra Stein, Cyclotella choctawhatcheeana Prasad, Skeletonema costatum Greville, Cylindrotheca closterium Reimann and J.
minutissimum Lemmermann X X Lemmermanniella flexa Hindak Merismopedia punctata Meyen X X X Microcystis aeruginosa Kutzing X X X X X Nodularia spumigena
Mertens X Spirulina laxissima West X X X X X CHLOROPHYTA Acanthosphaera zachariasii (a) Lemmermann Actinastrum hantzschii Lagerheim Ankistrodesmus bibraianus (Reinsch) Korsikov Cladophora sp.
Sheep mortalities associated with the blue-green alga Nodularia spumigena
Peak values were found associated to an April bloom of the cyanobacteria Nodularia spumigena
Feeding, reproduction and toxin accumulation by the copepods Acartia bifilosa and Eurytemora affinis in the presence of the toxic cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena
For instance, the cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena
reaches the highest cell density when cultured in the presence of DOM > 1000 D originating from a river, and it was concluded that DOM could substitute dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) as a nutrient source (Panosso & Graneli, 2000).
and Nodularia spumigena
increased in the period 1974-1998 compared to the period 1887-1938 in the Baltic Sea (Finni et al.
Comparative study of toxic and non-toxic cyanobacterial products: Novel peptides from toxic Nodularia spumigena