cyanophyte


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cyanophyte

see CYANOBACTERIA.

cyanophyte

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1]) measured for the cyanophyte Aphanocapsa marina can be attributed to its cell size (0.
The species recorded in Awba reservoir as that causing water bloom Microcystis aeruginosa is a gas-vacuolate, non-nitrogen-fixing cyanophyte.
Cyanobacteria are present in considerable numbers just about everywhere, although in the sea significant visible blooms of filiform cyanophytes (Trichodesmium or Oscillatoria, Nodularia) are scarce, and they are often found precisely where combined nitrogen is not lacking, perhaps due to the previous activity of these cyanobacteria populations.
1932--Ecoloske i socioloske studije I litofitskim cijanoficejama sa Jugoslavenske obale Jadrana (Ecological and sociological studies on lithophytic cyanophytes on the Yugoslavian coast of the Adriatic Sea)--Rad Jugoslav.
Filamentous cyanophytes containing phycourobilin and in symbiosis with sponges and an ascidian of coral reefs.
dominance of cyanophytes from the balance between nitrogen and
Cyanobacteria (formerly cyanophytes, Cyanophy-caceae, or blue-green algae) occur almost everywhere, but they are especially abundant in extreme ecological conditions, such as those in estuaries, tropical lagoons, hypersaline areas, and sites rich in nutrients.
13] content was among the highest, suggesting the dietary influence of benthic microalgae and possibly cyanophytes (Table 3, Fig.
Dietary analysis indicated seasonal differences in diet, with a predominance of chrysophytes during winter and spring-2004 and cyanophytes in summer and autumn-2005.