Metabolites produced by nitrogen-fixing Nostoc
Rai LC, Raizada M (1989) Effect of bimetallic combinations of Ni, Cr, and Pb on growth, uptake of nitrate and ammonia, [sup.14]C[O.sub.2] fixation, and nitrogenase activity of Nostoc
boylii (sum of the masses of each species of native metamorph leaving an enclosure); (5) high food quality algal production rank transformations [Conover and Iman 1981] of floating algal biomass consisting of senescing, heavily epiphytized Cladophora, and Nostoc
, both of which taxa are high in protein and lipids and enhance tadpole growth and development [Kupferberg et el.
In the present research work gene responsible for the expression of delta 9 acyllipid desaturase of Nostoc
Phycoremediation of Dairy Effluent by using the Microalgae Nostoc
Growth characteristics of the cyanobacterium Nostoc
flagelliforme in photoautotrophic, mixotrophic and heterotrophic cultivation.
It was discovered that the bioactive metabolites of Brevibacillus laterosporus, B117, had a statistically significant algicidal effect on cyanobacteria (Anabaena sp., Nostoc
, Microcystis) that could also interfere with the normal operation of the photosynthetic component in the electron transport chain receptor binding domain, belonging to photosynthesis II; in addition, the bioactive metabolites degraded phycobilin and altered the organization structure of algal cells .
ocellatum strains are close to a Nostoc
Coenogonium pusillum Trentepohlia (Mont.) Lucking, Aptroot & Sipman Collemataceae Leptogium marginellum Nostoc
(Sw.) Gray Leptogium Nostoc
austroamericanum (Malme) C.W.
Some members of genera such as Microcystis, Anabaena, Nostoc
and Aphanizomenon produce a wide range of potent toxins including a group of hepatotoxins called microcystins in freshwater (Harada, 1996; Chorus and Bartram, 1999; Codd et al., 2005).
A variety of environmental bacterial organisms were identified in all samples, includingAmaracoccus, Legionellales, Methylobacterium, Nostoc
, Paracoccus, Pseudomonas chlororaphis, and Pseudomonas cichorii, to name a few.