cyanophyte

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cyanophyte

see CYANOBACTERIA.

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Among cyanophytes, which had higher percentages of saturated fatty acids, Phormidium sp.
The fatty acid profile in cyanophytes -high 16:0, 16:1n-7 cis, and 18:3n-3 content- was similar to that previously reported (Guedes et al.
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.
Unexpected disappearence of cyanophyte blooms in PluBsee (North Germany).
Cyanophytes are more capable of utilizing low levels of carbon
nutrient level, beyond which competition between cyanophytes and other
Colonial chrysophytes, chlorophytes, and cyanophytes made up the large fraction of chlorophyll, while small unicells dominated the edible fraction.
cyanophytes and colonial chrysophytes) as "large chlorophyll" may obscure tax-on-specific responses.
A high stirring capacity, low N/P ratio, and a greater temperature likely generated high small size cyanophyte dominated cell density and a higher gmax.
However, it is not valid to ascribe phyla or classes exclusively to one part of the trophic range as diatoms, chlorophytes and cyanophytes occur right across the width of the spectrum from ultra-oligotrophy to hyper-eutrophy.
Cyanophyte filament (32); Pseudanabaena (26); Picocyanophyte (10); Synechococcus (5); Synechocystis (5); Cyanophyte cell pair (5); Phormidium (4); Lyngbya (3); Trichodesmium (3); Aphanothece (1); Johannesbaptistia (1); Komvophoron (1); Cyanophyte colony (1); Cyanophyte unicell, sphere 2.