cyanophyte

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cyanophyte

see CYANOBACTERIA.
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The cyanophytes had a cell size that ranged from 0.75 to 2.26 pm, the chlorophyte Tetraselmis suecica showed a cell size of 6.90 pm wide and 10.80 pm long, while the xanthophyte Heterococcus sp.
Studies by other workers of biopolymer production by cyanophytes have shown higher yields during the stationary phase, with the cyanophyte Nostoc muscorum producing 8.6% [17] and the cyanophyte Synechocystis sp.
From Figure 8, the dominant cyanophytes genera were Spirulina, Rivularia, Oscillatoria, and Anabaena.
Cyanophytes from the L'Aigua cave (Alicante, SE Spain) and their environmental conditions.
Diseases caused by toxins in plants, fungi, cyanophytes, clavibacteria, and venoms in ticks and vertebrate animals.
The smallest members of the photosynthetic plankton are the cyanobacteria (formerly cyanophytes or "blue-green algae"), prokaryotic organisms that are usually round (Synechocystis) or elongated (Synechococcus), and approximately 1.5 microns in diameter, or less.
A sudden change of the dominant algae population from cyanophytes to dinoflagellates occurred in 1977-1978 (Hickel 1988).
Ercegovic, A.--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.
cyanophytes dominated the phytoplankton community upon phosphorus