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Treatment with antibiotics that interfere with peptidoglycan biosynthesis inhibits chloroplast division in the desmid Closterium. (1/1)

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*Isochrysis

Nitzschia closterium, Nitzschia paleacea, and commercial species Isochrysis sp. (clone T.ISO)". Journal of Applied Phycology. 7 ...

*Haptophyte

Nitzschia closterium, Nitzschia paleacea, and commercial species Isochrysis sp. (clone T.ISO)". Journal of Applied Phycology. 7 ...

*Appendixia

This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Appendixia closterium. Lumbsch TH, Huhndorf SM. (December 2007). " ...

*Henry Lyster Jameson

Nitzschia closterium W Sm.) growing in Pure Culture". Biochemical Journal. London. 16: 482-485. Retrieved 25 July 2012. Outline ...

*Haptophyte

Nitzschia closterium, Nitzschia paleacea, and commercial species Isochrysis sp. (clone T.ISO)". Journal of Applied Phycology. 7 ...

*Cellulose synthase (UDP-forming)

"Effects of colchicine on cell shape and on microfibril arrangement in the cell wall of Closterium acerosum". Planta. 140: 445- ...

*Green algae

The Closterium peracerosum-strigosum-littorale (C. psl) complex is a unicellular, isogamous charophycean alga group that is the ... "Biochemical and physiological properties of a protein inducing protoplast release during conjugation in the Closterium ...

*Hoek, Mann and Jahns system

Closterium, Pleurotaenium, Tetmemorus, Euastrum, Micrasterias, Cosmocladium, Xanthidium, Staurastrum, Desmidium, Hyalotheca, ...

*C. ehrenbergii

... a Mexican butterfly Closterium ehrenbergii, a cylindrical algae Croton ehrenbergii, a medicinal plant Cylindrocarpon ...

*C. elegans (disambiguation)

Closterium elegans, a synonym for Closterium setaceum, a species (Closteriaceae) with a worldwide distribution Cosmarium ... elegans Clivina elegans Cloacina elegans Clonia elegans Clonophycus elegans Clossiana elegans Closterocoris elegans Closterium ...

*Desmidiales

In the inner layer of the wall the pore is a simple canal, but in the outer, except in Closterium, the canal is surrounded by a ... The cell-wall, of two halves (termed semicells), which, in a few species of Closterium and Penium, are of more than one piece, ... which are especially prominent in some species of Closterium and Penium and is not soluble in an ammoniacal solution of copper ...

*Closterium

PubMed references for Closterium PubMed Central references for Closterium Google Scholar references for Closterium NCBI ... Closterium is a genus of unicellular charophyte green algae in the family Closteriaceae. Closterium regulare was first ... taxonomy page for Closterium Search Tree of Life taxonomy pages for Closterium Search Species2000 page for Closterium Guiry, M. ... The Closterium peracerosum-strigosum-littorale (C. psl) complex is a unicellular, isogamous charophycean alga group that is the ...

*Closterium setaceum

4, London: Reeve, Benham & Reeve Data related to Closterium setaceum at Wikispecies Closterium setaceum at AlgaeBase. ... Closterium setaceum is a species of unicellular charophyte green algae in the family Closteriaceae. It has a worldwide ...
As its name already indicates, Closterium navicula is marked by a naviculoid, so boat-shaped cell outline. In respect of that, it differs from most other Closterium species that are more or less lunate. Cl. navicula is also characterized by relatively small cell dimensions and by big, sharply bound terminal vacuoles. In the Netherlands it is occasionally encountered in slightly acidic, mesotrophic moorland pools and fen hollows. ...
Phycology Section, Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Closterium ulna (NADED 316019). https://diatom.ansp.org/taxaservice/ShowTaxon1.ashx?naded_id=316019. Accessed 15 Dec 2017. This web service reports all information about a given algae taxon available at the time of retrieval. ...
Light micrograph (LM) of algae in the genus Closterium (living), with characteristic elongated, cylindrical shape. Darkfield illumination. Magnification 100x at 35mm. - Stock Image C009/3798
Using high resolution molecular technique of atomic force microscopy, we address the extracellular polymer production of Adriatic diatom Cylindrotheca closterium analyzed at the single cell level and the supramolecular organization of gel phase isolated from the Northern Adriatic macroaggregates. Our results revealed that extracellular polysaccharides freshly produced by marine diatoms can self-assemble directly to form gel network characteristics of the macroscopic gel phase in the natural aquatorium. Based on the experiments performed with isolated polysaccharide fractions of C. closterium and of macroaggregates gel phase, we demonstrated that the polysaccharide self-assembly into gel network can proceed independent of any bacterial mediation or interaction with inorganic particles.
Watanabe, M. M. 1977 Biosystematics in Closterium of sexual unicellular green algae and Calothrix and Spirulina of asexual filamentous blue-green algae, with special reference to the analyses of natural populations. Thesis D. Sci., Hokkaido University, 114 pp., 28 tables, 54 figs ...
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Analysis of net phytoplankton revealed that the taxonomically richest were Chrysophyceae with dominating genus Dinobryon, mainly Dinobryon pediforme, and Zygnematophyceae, mainly genera Closterium, Micrasterias and Staurastrum. Less often appeared Dinophyceae, Raphidophyceae and...
3D model, based on confocal laser scanning microscopy data, of a Cosmarium sp. desmid. Desmids are a common group of freshwater single-celled algae that have bilateral symmetry and intricate cell walls. Confocal laser scanning microscopy is an imaging technique that focuses a laser beam on or inside a sample, and produces an image from only the point in focus. The focal point can be scanned over the subject, allowing images of very thin layers of an object to be obtained, which can be combined in a computer to form a detailed 3D image. - Stock Video Clip K004/5286
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Brook, A.J. & Williamson, D.B. (2010). A monograph on some British desmids. Order Zygnematales Suborder Zygonemoidiineae Family Zygnemataceae Subfamily Mesotaenioideae (Saccoderm desmids) and Suborder Closteriineae Family Peniaceae and Family Closteriaceae. Edited by J.H. Price & N.J. Evans. pp. [i-ii], iii-v [1-5], 6-364, 157 pls. London: The Ray Society.. Brook, A.J., Williamson, D.B. & John, D.M. (2011). Phylum Chlorophyta. Family Mesotaeniaceae (saccoderm desmids). In: The freshwater algal flora of the British Isles. An identification guide to freshwater and terrestrial algae. Second edition. (John, D.M., Whitton, B.A. & Brook, A.J. Eds), pp. 609-616. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. Coesel, P.F.M. & Meesters, K.[J.] (2007). Desmids of the Lowlands Mesotaeniaceae and Desmidaceae of the European Lowlands. pp. [1]-351, 20 text-figs, 123 pls. Zeist: KNNV Publishing.. Das, D. & Keshri, J.P. (2013). Desmids of Khechiperi Lake, Sikkim Eastern Himalaya. Algological Studies/Archiv für ...
Various species, mixed. (Field collected.) Demoslides are the fastest, easiest way to study an amazing variety of microlife. Demoslides are 5 1/4 culture tubes, filled with …
Cosmarium denticulatum var. hasanense Bharati & Hegde 1983: 740; pl. 12, fig. 1. Published in: Bharati, S.G. & Hegde, G.R. (1983 [1982]). Desmids from Karnataka State and Goa, Part III, Genus Cosmarium Corda. Nova Hedwigia 36: 733-757.. Type species ...
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The current Molecular Expressions Featured Microscopist is noted photomicrographer Wim van Egmond. This page features an image of the desmid Micrasterias crux-melitensis.
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Closterium sp. Algae (LM) - Stock Image C009/3798 - Science Photo LibraryClosterium sp. Algae (LM) - Stock Image C009/3798 - Science Photo Library

... of algae in the genus Closterium (living), with characteristic elongated, cylindrical shape. Darkfield illumination. ... Keywords: alga, algae, biological, biology, charophyta, closteriaceae, closterium, darkfield, darkfield illumination, ... Caption: Light micrograph (LM) of algae in the genus Closterium (living), with characteristic elongated, cylindrical shape. ...
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 		 			Natural populations of the Closterium ehrenbergii (Desmidiales, Chlorophyta)...CiNii 論文 - Natural populations of the Closterium ehrenbergii (Desmidiales, Chlorophyta)...

New mating groups, Group H and Group I, of Closterium ehrenbergii from Kathmandu Valley and Terai Pains of Nepal ICHIMURA T. ... Natural populations of the Closterium ehrenbergii (Desmidiales, Chlorophyta) species complex in Nepal * * Ichimura Terunobu ... Regulation of expression of the genes for a sex pheromone by an inducer of the sex pheromone in the Closterium peracerosum- ... Post-zygotic isolation between allopatric mating groups of Closterium ehrenbergii Meneghini (Chlorophyta) ICHIMURA T. ...
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Closterium ulna (NADED 316019)Closterium ulna (NADED 316019)

Genus: Closterium. Species: ulna. NO PUBLIC IMAGES NO PRIVATE IMAGES Short name: CLOulna. IN 6 TAXONOMIC LISTS: 26 ANSP-2011. ... Closterium ulna (NADED 316019). authority: Focke. Phycology Section: ecology and taxonomy of freshwater algae, particularly ... Closterium ulna (NADED 316019). https://diatom.ansp.org/taxaservice/ShowTaxon1.ashx?naded_id=316019. Accessed 15 Dec 2017. This ...
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Closterium navicula - Desmid of the month - July 2010Closterium navicula - Desmid of the month - July 2010

Closterium navicula As its name already indicates, Closterium navicula is marked by a naviculoid, so boat-shaped cell outline. ... In respect of that, it differs from most other Closterium species that are more or less lunate. Cl. navicula is also ...
more infohttp://www.desmids.nl/maand/english/closterium_navicula.html

Diel changes in the plankton communities of the ecotone zone of a peat mat of the dystrophic lake „Głodne Jeziorko (Drawieński...Diel changes in the plankton communities of the ecotone zone of a peat mat of the dystrophic lake „Głodne Jeziorko" (Drawieński...

... mainly genera Closterium, Micrasterias and Staurastrum. Less often appeared Dinophyceae, Raphidophyceae and... ... głównie rodzaje Closterium, Micrasterias i Staurastrum. W toni wodnej przeważały kolonie Dinobryon i jednokomórkowe desmidie ... mainly genera Closterium, Micrasterias and Staurastrum. Less often appeared Dinophyceae, Raphidophyceae and Bacillariophyceae. ...
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Closterium - WikipediaClosterium - Wikipedia

PubMed references for Closterium PubMed Central references for Closterium Google Scholar references for Closterium NCBI ... Closterium is a genus of unicellular charophyte green algae in the family Closteriaceae. Closterium regulare was first ... taxonomy page for Closterium Search Tree of Life taxonomy pages for Closterium Search Species2000 page for Closterium Guiry, M. ... The Closterium peracerosum-strigosum-littorale (C. psl) complex is a unicellular, isogamous charophycean alga group that is the ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closterium

Closterium setaceum - WikipediaClosterium setaceum - Wikipedia

4, London: Reeve, Benham & Reeve Data related to Closterium setaceum at Wikispecies Closterium setaceum at AlgaeBase. ... Closterium setaceum is a species of unicellular charophyte green algae in the family Closteriaceae. It has a worldwide ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closterium_setaceum

Frontiers | Thermal Niche Differentiation in the Benthic Diatom Cylindrotheca closterium (Bacillariophyceae) Complex |...Frontiers | Thermal Niche Differentiation in the Benthic Diatom Cylindrotheca closterium (Bacillariophyceae) Complex |...

A multi-marker phylogeny in combination with a species delimitation approach shows that C. closterium represents a (pseudo) ... A multi-marker phylogeny in combination with a species delimitation approach shows that C. closterium represents a (pseudo) ... We investigated the thermal niche of Cylindrotheca closterium, a widespread benthic marine diatom, using 24 strains collected ... We investigated the thermal niche of Cylindrotheca closterium, a wide-spread, benthic marine diatom using 24 strains collected ...
more infohttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2019.01395/full

The change of pattern in microfibril arrangement on the inner surface of the cell wall of Closterium acerosum during cell...The change of pattern in microfibril arrangement on the inner surface of the cell wall of Closterium acerosum during cell...

Closterium acerosum (Schrank) Ehrenberg cells cultured on cycles of 16 h light and 8 h dark, undergo cell division ... Closterium acerosum (Schrank) Ehrenberg cells cultured on cycles of 16 h light and 8 h dark, undergo cell division ... Pickett-Heaps, J.D., Fowke, L.C.: Mitosis, cytokinesis, and cell elongation in the desmid, Closterium littorale. J. Phycol. 6, ... The change of pattern in microfibril arrangement on the inner surface of the cell wall of Closterium acerosum during cell ...
more infohttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF00389373

Biological and Environmental Systems | Argonne National LaboratoryBiological and Environmental Systems | Argonne National Laboratory

Closterium fluorescence. Confocal microscopy of C. moniliferum, an algae that takes up strontium and could be used in cleaning ...
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IJMS  | Free Full-Text | Marine Polysaccharide Networks and Diatoms at the Nanometric Scale | HTMLIJMS | Free Full-Text | Marine Polysaccharide Networks and Diatoms at the Nanometric Scale | HTML

were used in AFM studies of exopolysaccharide production [35-38]. The Cylindrotheca closterium (Ceratonea Closterium Ehrenberg ... Cylindrotheca closterium polymers at the moment of their release; (ii) a C. closterium biofilm grown on an atomically smooth ... closterium strains and the biofilm grown in a C. closterium (CCNA1) culture is given in Table 1. ... Table 1. Height ranges of the fibrils and globules in the EPS and biofilm of C. closterium strains CCNA1 and CCMP1544 (data ...
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ZygnematalesZygnematales

CLOSTERIUM Source Collection Flickr Image Use This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ...
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ZygnematalesZygnematales

CLOSTERIUM Source Collection Flickr Image Use This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ...
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Marine Drugs  | Free Full-Text | Extracellular Metabolites from Industrial Microalgae and Their Biotechnological Potential |...Marine Drugs | Free Full-Text | Extracellular Metabolites from Industrial Microalgae and Their Biotechnological Potential |...

Nitzschia closterium Chaetoceros muelleri Chaetoceros gracilis Nitzschia closterium Chlorella minutissima Phaeodactylum ...
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Marine Drugs  | Free Full-Text | Bioactivity and Applications of Sulphated Polysaccharides from Marine Microalgae | HTMLMarine Drugs | Free Full-Text | Bioactivity and Applications of Sulphated Polysaccharides from Marine Microalgae | HTML

AFM imaging of extracellular polymer release by marine diatom Cylindrotheca closterium (Ehrenberg) Reiman & JC Lewin. J. Mol. ... Isolation and characterization of extracellular polysaccharides from the epipelic diatoms Cylindrotheca closterium and Navicula ...
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Algae Observation Kit | Carolina.comAlgae Observation Kit | Carolina.com

Closterium. Included. Synedra. Included. Oedogonium. Included. Ulothrix. Included. Concavity Glass Slides. 5. Included. ...
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Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology on Environmental XPRTBulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology on Environmental XPRT

Toxicity of Sediment from a Mining Spill to Cylindrotheca closterium (Ehremberg) Lewin and Reimann (Bacillariophyceae). Oct. 12 ...
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Protist Quiz Flashcards by Becky knapp | BrainscapeProtist Quiz Flashcards by Becky knapp | Brainscape

Closterium unicell or colony. unicell. doesnt have a flagella. green. not round, divided into 2 halves with a nucleus in the ...
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cariaco-phytoplanktoncariaco-phytoplankton

The ocean time series study area is the Cariaco Basin; a large (∼160 km long, 70 km wide) and deep (∼1,400 m)basin, located on the Venezuelan continental shelf (Figure 1 and 2), occupying an area of approximately 11.200 km2. It is bound to the north by a sill connecting Margarita Island to Cabo Codera, at a mean depth of about 100 m with two channels breaching this sill (La Tortuga: ∼135 m and Centinela: ∼146 m). The basin is divided into two sub-basins, one eastern and one western, separated by a saddle of approximately 900m deep (Schubert, 1982).The upper waters of the basin are in constant exchange with Caribbean waters through the channels, but the sill depth restricts any water exchange below 140m. The Cariaco Basin experiences marked seasonal upwelling (Richards, 1975; Muller-Karger et al., 2001), induced by the Trade winds, which blow more intensely during the first half of the year (February-May), with sustained measured speeds of (,6 m s-1) and an E NE direction. Between ...
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Phytoplankton flora of two rivers in Southeast Brazil: Paraibuna and Pomba Rivers, Minas GeraisPhytoplankton flora of two rivers in Southeast Brazil: Paraibuna and Pomba Rivers, Minas Gerais

Closterium acutum var. linea (Perty) W. West & G.S. West, Bot. Trans. Yorkshire Naturalists Union 5:57. 1900. ... Closterium acutum var. variabile (Lemmerm.) Krieg. in Rabenhorst, Kryptogamen-Flora 13(1/2):262. 1937. ... Closterium acutum (Lyngb.) Bréb. ex Ralfs var. acutum, Brit. Desm. p.177. 1848. ... Closterium navicula (Bréb.) Lütkem. var. navicula Cohns Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen. 8:395. 1902. ...
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SWISS-MODEL Repository | A0A2Z6DT29SWISS-MODEL Repository | A0A2Z6DT29

Closterium baillyanum: A0A191T5Q7 ; Carex pallescens: A0A2K9RMW4 ; Carex flacca: A0A2K9RMW1 ; Carex acutiformis: A0A2K9RMN0 ; ...
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  • We investigated the thermal niche of Cylindrotheca closterium , a widespread benthic marine diatom, using 24 strains collected over a wide latitudinal gradient. (frontiersin.org)
  • Dominant diatom species ( Cylindrotheca closterium, Cyclotella atomus and Cyclostephanus dubius ) indicated brackish, nutrient-rich water. (scielo.org.za)
  • Extracellular Carbohydrates Released by the Marine Diatoms Cylindrotheca Closterium, Thalassiosira Pseudonana and Skeletonema Costatum: Effect of P-depletion and Growth Status The Science of the Total Environment. (jove.com)
  • Pubmed ID: 16223520 A laboratory study was performed on the extracellular production of carbohydrates by the marine diatoms Cylindrotheca closterium, Thalassiosira pseudonana and Skeletonema costatum. (jove.com)
  • In order to assess the effect of gold-citrate nanoparticles on aquatic ecosystems, toxicity tests were carried out in three groups of model organisms belonging to different trophic levels: the marine microalgae species Cylindrotheca closterium, Chlorella autotrophyca, Phaeodactylum tricornutum, Pleurochrysis pseudoroscoffensis and Rhodomonas salina (Fig. 1), the copepod, Tisbe battagliai (Fig. 2) and the clam Ruditapes philippinarum (Fig. 3). (csic.es)
  • Carter, C.F. and Williamson, D.B. (2008) A rediscovered UK desmid: Closterium regulare Breb The Phycologist. (wikipedia.org)
  • A homothallic strain of Closterium forms selfing zygospores via the conjugation of two sister gametangial cells derived from one vegetative cell. (wikipedia.org)
  • This study investigated the effect of copper exposure on phytochelatin and glutathione content in two marine diatoms Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Ceratoneis closterium at various time intervals between 0.5 and 72 h. (edu.au)
  • Closterium regulare was first described from Lower Normandy by Brebisson. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hogetsu, T., Shibaoka, H. The change of pattern in microfibril arrangement on the inner surface of the cell wall of Closterium acerosum during cell growth. (springer.com)
  • Sekimoto, H., Fujii, T. 1993 Cell-cell interaction involved in the sexual reproduction of Closterium [Mikadukimo no yûsei seisyoku ni kakawaru saibôkan jôhô kôkan]. (go.jp)
  • Closterium acerosum (Schrank) Ehrenberg cells cultured on cycles of 16 h light and 8 h dark, undergo cell division synchronously in the dark period. (springer.com)
  • Hogetsu, T., Shibaoka, H.: Effects of colchicine on cell shape and on microfibril arrangement in the cell wall of Closterium acerosum . (springer.com)
  • PubMed references for Closterium PubMed Central references for Closterium Google Scholar references for Closterium NCBI taxonomy page for Closterium Search Tree of Life taxonomy pages for Closterium Search Species2000 page for Closterium Guiry, M.D. (wikipedia.org)