Pakrasi, Novel metabolic attributes of the genus cyanothece, comprising a group of unicellular
2010, 2012, Villarreal and Renner 2014) and is characterized by: 1) thallus solid (without cavities), green to dark green, pinnate or irregularly branched, usually without a midrib, margins crispate-undulate or finely ruffled and [+ or -] colorless; 2) thallus cells with 1-3 chloroplasts; 3) sporophytes erect and often very long (over 5 cm long), walls without stomata; 4) spores green, unicellular
or multicellular; 5) elaters long and narrow (to 450 [micro]m long), with a spiral band.
There are few reports of TRPM channels in unicellular
The stem has many glandular (a multicellular stalk (1-4 row cells), a multicellular head (1-3 row cells) and fewer eglandular (unicellular
and multicellular) hairs.
Regarding the percentage of frequency of occurrence, Chironomidae immature, filamentous and unicellular
diatoms and Bdelloidea were more frequent in tanks with E.
Effect of Chromium On Photosystem 2 In The Unicellular
Green Alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa.
Finally, when they arrived at the sequence of the ancient unicellular
relative of all animal life, the researchers copied the sequenced information, sent it to a laboratory in Florida, and, a few days later, a tube of clear liquid containing the DNA of an ancient molecule that hadn't existed for hundreds of millions of years arrived.
The various species can be unicellular
, multi-cellular, Coenocytic (having more than one nucleus in a cell), or colonial.
species prevailed in richness during both hydrological periods (Figure 3.1A; Figure 3.1B).
Silab's historic understanding of the plant world has been supplemented by unique expertise related to the production and use of unicellular
organisms made using biotechnologies.
Various filamentous and unicellular
strains of cyanobacteria were previously isolated, characterized and molecularly identified[14, 15].
Warm water corals depend on a vital partnership with unicellular
algae of the genus Symbiodinium.