www.nature.com/scientificreports open received: 12 may 2016 accepted: 20 september 2016 published: 12 october 2016 ultrastructure of compacted dna in cyanobacteria by high-voltage cryo-electron tomography kazuyoshi murata1, sayuri hagiwara2, yoshitaka kimori3 & yasuko kaneko2 some cyanobacteria exhibit compaction of dna in synchrony with their circadian rhythms accompanying cell division.
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isolation of toxic marine cyanobacteria and detection of microcystins in thermaikos gulf in central macedonia in greece maria kalaitzidou1, george filliousis2, evanthia petridou3, vangelis economou4, alexandros theodoridis5, panagiotis angelidis6 1region of central macedonia greece, general directorate of rural economy and veterinary, directorate of rural economy and veterinary of regional unit
california state university, monterey bay digital commons @ csumb sns master's theses school of natural sciences summer 2013 environmental factors associated with toxic cyanobacteria in pinto lake, a coastal lake in the monterey bay area erin stanfield california state university, monterey bay, [email protected] follow this and
september 12, 2012 (v. 3) summary of cyanobacteria monitoring and assessments in usgs water science centers usgs scientists, in cooperation with local, state, tribal, and other federal partners, are pioneering new monitoring, assessment, and laboratory capabilities needed to address cyanobacteria issues in freshwaters across the nation. why cyanobacteria?
final report june 2018 cyanotoxin and cyanobacteria monitoring in lake elsinore and canyon lake 2015-2017 prepared by: dr. meredith howard, biological oceanographer, southern california coastal water research project swamp-mr-rb8-2018-0004 cyanotoxin and cyanobacteria monitoring in lake elsinore and canyon lake 2015-2017 meredith howard 1southern california coastal water research
rev. int. contam. ambie. 37, 259-272, 2021 https://doi.org/10.20937/rica.53696 first evidence of potential toxic cyanobacteria in the water-sediment interface of a tropical drinking water reservoir primera evidencia de cianobacterias con potencial tóxico en la interfase agua-sedimento de un embalse de agua potable marisol sepÚlveda-sÁnchez1*, lina maría arismendi gonzÁlez1, clara maría arboleda-baena1.
louisiana state university lsu digital commons lsu doctoral dissertations graduate school 2014 cyanobacteria harmful algal blooms in south louisiana estuaries : a synthesis of field research, management implications, and outreach emily anne smith louisiana state university and agricultural and mechanical college follow this and additional works
toxins 2015, 7, 1374-1395; doi:10.3390/toxins7041374 review open access toxins issn 2072-6651 www.mdpi.com/journal/toxins one health and cyanobacteria in freshwater systems: animal illnesses and deaths are sentinel events for human health risks elizabeth d. hilborn 1,* and val r. beasley 2 1 national health and environmental effects research
vol. 15(3), pp. 124-141, march 2021 doi: 10.5897/ajest2020.2967 article number: 19c08bb66258 issn: 1996-0786 copyright ©2021 author(s) retain the copyright of this article http://www.academicjournals.org/ajest african journal of environmental science and technology full length research paper characterization of cyanobacteria microcystins (cyanotoxins) blooming in the dams of northern morocco mustapha ouhsassi1*,
blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) fact sheet introduction: the blue green algae (bga) are actually a type of bacteria called cyanobacteria that grow in water and are photosynthetic (use sunlight to create food and support life). bga live in fresh, brackish, or marine water. they usually are too small to be seen,
kuraganti et al., ijpsr, 2020; vol. 11(1): 163-172. ijpsr (2020), volume 11, issue 1 e-issn: 0975-8232; p-issn: 2320-5148 (research article) received on 04 april 2019; received in revised form, 24 july 2019; accepted, 12 august 2019; published 01 january 2020 cyanobacteria assisted bio-reduction of silver nanoparticle conjugates
sandia report sand2013-0627 unlimited release january 2013 genetic engineering of cyanobacteria as biodiesel feedstock anne m. ruffing, christine a. trahan, howland d.t. jones prepared by sandia national laboratories albuquerque, new mexico 87185 and livermore, california 94550 sandia national laboratories is a multi-program laboratory managed and operated by sandia corporation, a
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university of vermont uvm scholarworks graduate college dissertations and theses dissertations and theses 2014 trophic dynamics and cyanobacteria blooms in shallow eutrophic bays of lake champlain rebecca michelle gorney university of vermont follow this and additional works at: https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/graddis part of the ecology and evolutionary biology
the role of iron in regulation of the freshwater cyanobacteria microcystis aeruginosa and cylindrospermopsis raciborskii by anna chi ying yeung a thesis in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy school of civil and environmental engineering faculty of engineering august 2016 the university of new