Freshwater Algae and Habitats scheduled on December 10-11, 2020 in December 2020 in London is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
Pentecost, A. 2002. Microdistribution of algae in an Italian thermogene travertine. Arch. Hydrobiol. 152, 439-449.. Pentecost, A. & Happey-Wood, C. M. 2002. Freshwater Algae. In: The Plant Life of Snowdonia (edited by Rhind, P. & Evans, D.) pp. 137-148, Gomer Press, Ceridigion.. Pentecost, A. 2002. Lichens In: The Plant Life of Snowdonia (edited by Rhind, P. & Evans, D.) pp. 118-136. Gomer Press, Ceridigion. [n.b. This book has won two awards for its content and appeal to general readers].. Pentecost, A. 2002. Raphidophyta In: The Freshwater Algae of the British Isles (Ed. John, D.M., Whitton, B.A. & Brook, A.J. ). pp. 208-210. Cambridge University Press.. Pentecost, A. 2002. Tetrasporales. Ibidem. pp. 299-303.. Pentecost, A. 2002. Volvocales. Ibidem. pp. 303-327.. Huxley, R. & Pentecost, A. 2002. Oedogoniales. Ibidem. pp. 409-433.. Pentecost, A. and Zhang. Z. 2002. Bryophytes from some travertine-depositing sites in France and the U.K.: relationships with climate and water chemistry. J. Bryol. ...
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Enjoy the natural mouthwash with the essential oils of peppermint. Available for purchase in the office & online. Large glass bottle mouthwash: $18.. Ingredients:. Alkaline water - neutralize acidity in the mouth and promote tooth and gum health. We use TYENT water ionizer for all our alkaline water products.. Essential Oils - Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils. Across Europe, India, and Asia, it is a popular and ancient practice to ingest essential oils and use them internally. Doctors and other medical practitioners in those countries often prescribe the ingestion of essential oils to heal or manage health issues and to bolster immunity. Even topical application of essential oils shown to reduce gum inflammation and some infections and act as pain relief. We use doTERRA essential oils throughout the office- in all the dental products and the diffusers.. Chlorella - Chlorella is a single-celled freshwater algae. It contains high levels of chlorophyll hence its green color, which ...
CLIMATE change is triggering the rapid development of poisonous freshwater algae threatening fish and food stocks, and human water supplies.
LEAD: BOTANISTS studying freshwater algae have discovered structures that may have been critical to the evolution of plant life from water to land 400 million years ago.
Volvox colony. Micrograph of a colony of the freshwater alga Volvox sp. The colony is a hollow sphere made up from thousands of cells connected by cytoplasmic threads and arranged in a single layer. Each cell has two flagella, which point outwards, and ar. - Stock Video Clip K005/1075
SK-II developed its best-selling R.N.A. Power eye cream to combat visible signs of ageing. Fortified with vitamin-rich Alfalfa Extract, this lightweight, silky formula is packed with powerful ingredients, like conditioning Chlorella extracted from freshwater algae and RNArchitext Complex designed to firm skin and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. - Anti-ageing eye cream for all skin types - Gently massage a pea-sized amount around the eyes using your ring finger, morning and night
A new study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Medical School and the University of Nebraska has found a virus, previously thought to live only in freshwater algae, that makes people
In Laguna Madre, Texas, USA, a monospecific brown tide bloom began in January 1990 and was still persisting at the time of this writing. Immediately following the start of the bloom, abundance, biomass and diversity of benthos declined, and have remained low for 6 yr. One explanation for the decline is that the brown tide organism is a poor food source. To determine whether the brown tide was incorporated into the estuarine food web, benthic invertebrates and fish were studied 14 mo after the bloom onset using stable carbon isotope ratios. Fish and benthos were collected from 2 areas, a seagrass habitat in Laguna Madre, and a muddy bottom habitat in the adjacent Alazan Bay. The muddy bottom fauna had a strong brown tide signature, indicating the incorporation of brown tide or brown tide detritus into the food web. The higher-biomass seagrass-fauna had heavier isotope values, reflecting incorporation of seagrass carbon in addition to brown tide. The top predators, Sciaenops ocellatus and Pogonias ...
Mechanical micromanipulation is a classic method to isolate uncultivated microorganisms or early embryos, and it involves using a capillary pipette to suck up a single cell from a cell suspension with visual inspection of cellular morphology and coloring characteristics under a microscope [13, 14] (Fig. 1b). The drawback of mechanical micromanipulation is that it is low-throughput and time-consuming and can cause cellular injury from mechanical shearing during manipulation [15]. Additionally, it often leads to a failure for an unskilled manipulator or misidentification of the cellular morphology under the microscope.. FACS is the most efficient and economical method to isolate hundreds of thousands of individual cells per minute based on their size, granularity and fluorescence properties [4] (Fig. 1c). The high-throughput, time-saving and automatic properties are the main advantage of FACS. Additionally, it allows researchers to isolate specific individual cells from heterogeneous cell samples ...
Single-cell transcriptome sequencing is commonly referred to as single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq). It is used to analyze single-cell-level cell type differences and gene expression profiles in complex biological systems.
Figure 5. Dose-response analysis of an EGFR‐amplified case. Enriched gene sets (WEBGESTALT, DAVID, adj. P‐value , 0.05) correlated to EGFR. Distributions of in‐pathway genes in individual cells, sorted from low EGFR to high EGFR (top panel). An interaction network (generated via geneMANIA) of physical and genetic interactions of transcription factors, whose recognition motifs are overrepresented (OPOSSUM, z‐score ≥ 10, Fisher score ≥ 7) in correlated genes. Physical interactions are interactions between the protein product, identified from proteomics experiments. Genetic interactions are changes in gene expression that occur when another gene is suppressed in a knockdown experiment. ...
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1. To have something with which to compare the treatments. (Return to Question 1). 2. T (Return to Question 2). 3. C (Return to Question 3). 4. Abrasives; reflective paint for roads; filtration (Return to Question 4). 5. Chloroplasts and Flagella (Return to Question 5). 6. F (cyanobacteria are prokaryotes -- no chloroplasts!) (Return to Question 6). 7. Chrysophyta (Return to Question 7). 8. Nitrogen-fixation (Return to Question 8). 9. T (Return to Question 9). 10. Rhodophyta (Return to Question 10). 11. Gametophyte (Return to Question 11). 12. Egg (Return to Question 12). 13. F. The moss structure shown is the antheridium (the male gametophyte). (Return to Question 13). 14. Spores (Return to Question 14). 15. B (Return to Question 15). 16. Gametophyte (Return to Question 16). 17. D (Return to Question 17). 18. Gametophyte or Prothallus (Return to Question 18). 19. Dioecious (Return to Question 19). 20. Sporophyte (Return to Question 20). 21. F. The structure is a young, ovulate cone where eggs ...
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See the latest publications using 10x Genomics. Read about exciting discoveries in single cell sequencing for gene expression profiling, immune profiling, epigenetics, and more.
29 gallon, FW... temp. high and Ram and plant sel.... algae-eater sel. 10/21/07 Hi, I have had the same 29 gallon aquarium since 1993 when I received it as a birthday gift from my dad when I was 12. Since that time I have evolved quite a bit in my knowledge of fish keeping! I recently moved, giving me the opportunity to completely overhaul my tank to become a planted aquarium. I purchased a 50 watt cable heater from Aquarium Designs (but it has no thermostat?!) which I sandwiched between a thick layer of sand on the bottom. I then spread a thin layer of Eco Completer, a thin layer of Fluorite, and finally mixed the rest of the two substrates with my original gravel to bring a good 5-6 layer for rooting. The problem is, with no thermostat, the water is a steady 84 degrees. Too bad 29 gallons is too small for Discus.? I started the cycle with black mollies, Cory catfish, and a Chinese algae eater (I hate them, but didnt want to buy another Pleco that would quickly outgrow the tank and uproot ...
Despite a number of studies to examine phylogeny, using one or several genes, the relationships of diatoms to other groups are still unclear and there is still a huge gap in our understanding of how and when diatoms acquired their unusual morphology and life-cycle characteristics. The diatoms have often been treated as a separate phylum, reflecting their unique features. Pascher (1914, 1921) suggested that the diatoms have features in common with the Chrysophyceae and Xanthophyceae and therefore placed these classes and the Bacillariophyceae in the phylum Chrysophyta. Ultrastructural and molecular sequence data have confirmed the general thrust of Paschers idea, placing the diatoms unambiguously among the heterokont protists (stramenopiles) within the chromalveolates (Adl et al. 2005). In the past, it was sometimes suggested that diatoms evolved well before their appearance in the fossil record and that the early phases in diatom evolution were lost long ago through diagenesis of diatomites ...
NASA is clearly looking far into the future for a way to handle both human waste and a need for fuel on either long space flights or when attempting to colonize another planet. To that end, theyve assigned life support engineer Jonathan Trent the task of coming up with a way to use algae to solve both problems at once. His solution is to use plastic bags floating in seawater as small bioreactors, containing wastewater, sunlight and carbon dioxide to grow algae that can be used as a means to create biofuel.

Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae (OMEGA) is an innovative method to grow algae, clean wastewater, capture carbon dioxide and ultimately produce biofuel. Using treated sewage as a growth medium, OMEGA would not compete with agriculture for water, fertilizer or land. NASAs OMEGA system consists of large flexible plastic tubes, called photobioreactors. Floating in seawater, the photobioreactors contain freshwater algae growing in wastewater. These algae are among the fastest
Gold Back Yellow Fire Shrimp make eye catching and functional additions to any peaceful freshwater aquarium. Its cheery yellow coloration adds a beautiful ornamental quality while its purposeful pursuit for algae and organic debris makes the Gold Back Yellow Fire Shrimp an invaluable aquarium cleanup crew. Gold Back Yellow Fire Shrimp are a higher grade of Neon Yellow Shrimp. Like the Neon Yellow Shrimp, the Gold Back Yellow Fire shrimp boasts a bright yellow body, but features a gold stripe beginning on its back which runs through the length of its body. The Gold Back Yellow Fire Shrimp have gained popularity thanks to their large appetite for all kinds of freshwater algae. These highly adaptable shrimp do well in any freshwater aquarium with good filtration and water quality. However, they will thrive in planted aquariums where food and shelter are abundant. If there is a male and female in your aquarium, Gold Back Yellow Fire Shrimp will most likely breed. The female will carry a clutch of ...
Algae eater, also called an algivore, is a common name for many bottom-dwelling or algae-eating species that feed on algae. Algae eaters are important for the fishkeeping hobby and many are commonly kept by hobbyists. Some of the common and most popular freshwater algae eaters in aquariums include:[1] ...
Accumulation and transformation of inorganic nanomaterials. As an example of inorganic granular biopersistent NMs, CeO2 NMs were shown to adsorb to phytoplankton, an important food source for marine organisms, within ,1 h of exposure at 0, 1, 2, and 3 mg L−1. Electrostatic attraction between the charged surfaces was assumed as a mechanism rather than active uptake or a chemical process.128 In a study performed with the freshwater algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata, up to 38% of the total cerium became directly associated with the cells during the 72 h exposure to concentrations between 15 and 200 μg L−1 polyacrylic acid stabilized CeO2. At the same time, the concentration of dissolved cerium in the exposure suspensions was very low (0.5-5.6 μg L−1), suggesting that toxicological effects derived from dissolved ions are minimal.129 Both results confirm an affinity of CeO2 for algal cells; however, this may depend on exposure concentration and particle modification. The freshwater ...
Certified Organic Spirulina Powder 4 oz powderGrown in the USA - 100% PureSpirulina is a single-celled freshwater algae and an incredible source of nutrients. It provides generous amounts of Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B12, Iron, and chlorophyll. Spirulina also provides enzymes, RNA, DNA, and important GLA fatty acids.Suggested Serving Size: 1 level tablespoonNumber of Servings: 16Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one level tablespoon one or more times daily, mixed in water, fruit, or vegetable juice.Free of: preservatives, colors, additives, common food allergensIngredients: N/AWarnings: NoneDisclaimer: *This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Arthur Hill Hassall (13 December 1817, Teddington - 9 April 1894, San Remo) was a British physician, chemist and microscopist who is primarily known for his work in public health and food safety. Hassall was born in Middlesex as the youngest son of five children in a house of a surgeon. His father was Thomas Hassall (1771-1844) and his mother, née Ann Sherrock (c. 1778-1817).[1] He spent his school years in Richmond. He entered medicine through apprenticeship in 1834 to his uncle Sir James Murray (1788-1871), spending his early career in Dublin, where he also studied botany and the seashore.[2][3] In 1846 he published a two-volume study, The Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Body in Health and Disease, the first English textbook on the subject. After further studying botany at Kew and publishing on botanical topics, particularly freshwater algae, he came to public attention with his 1850 book A microscopical examination of the water supplied to the inhabitants of London and the suburban ...
Chlorella is a freshwater algae that is commonly supplemented by vegan populations (similar to Spirulina). Chlorella appears to be a bioavailable source of both Iron and Vitamin B12, and may have other benefits.
Background: Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) are widely used molecular markers, and their use has increased massively since the inception of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies, which allow detection of large numbers of SNPs at low cost. However, both NGS data and their analysis are error-prone, which can lead to the generation of false positive (FP) SNPs. We explored the relationship between FP SNPs and seven factors involved in mapping-based variant calling - quality of the reference sequence, read length, choice of mapper and variant caller, mapping stringency and filtering of SNPs by read mapping quality and read depth. This resulted in 576 possible factor level combinations. We used error- and variant-free simulated reads to ensure that every SNP found was indeed a false positive. Results: The variation in the number of FP SNPs generated ranged from 0 to 36,621 for the 120 million base pairs (Mbp) genome. All of the experimental factors tested had statistically significant ...
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...
Heterosigma akashiwo and its related algae were re-examined by light and electron microscopes using cultured materials including type cultures of bothH. akashiwo andH. inlandica as well as specimens referred to asOlisthodiscus luteus maintained in CCAP and UTEX. All the strains examined were similar to one another in appearance and ultrastructural features. They can be accommodated in a single species,H. akashiwo, which has been invalidly published. In this paper, the genus is validly desribed by providing a Latin diagnosis and designating a type species. Ultrastructural characteristics are also given for the genus.
From BioPortfolio: Complex biological systems are fundamentally determined by the coordinated functions of individual cells. The transcriptional heterogeneity that drives this com...
Cyanobacteria, Phaeophyta, Rhodophyta, Chlorophyta by Xia Bangmei; Diatomeae (Bacillariophyta), Chrysophyta, Cryptophyta, Xanthophyta, Prymnesiophyta (Haptophyta) by Gao Yahui, Chen Changping, Sun Lin, Zhou Qianqian; Dinozoa by Luu Douding. ISBN: ISBN 978-7-03-023722-4.. PDF: ...
ABSTRACT: Spatiotemporal distributions of rare microbial taxa were examined in 384 samples from the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS) site, in the northwestern Sargasso Sea. Sequences were partitioned into 6 mutually exclusive sets based on abundance (abundant, rare, and very rare) and frequency of detection (frequent and infrequent). Analyses of variance for taxa that were frequently present, across all levels of abundance, demonstrated environmental filtering, indicating that gradients in environmental factors, such as season and depth, drive community assembly for rare taxa, as they do for abundant taxa. All abundant nodal taxonomic units (NTUs) had spatiotemporal periods of rarity, providing a clear demonstration of the role of fluctuating reproductive success in population dynamics, and the role of rare populations as seed banks. An inverse relationship between the number of rare taxa and physical stratification indicates that transport by mixing drives increased community diversity ...
Carlson, C.A., Morris, R., Parsons, R., Treusch, A.H., Giovannoni, S.J., Vergin, K. (2009). Seasonal dynamics of SAR11 populations in the euphotic and mesopelagic zones of the northwestern Sargasso Sea. The ISME Journal 3: 283-295.. Read More. ...
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Gatta G, Peris-Bonet R, Visser O, Stiller C, Marcos-Gragera R, Sánchez MJ, Lacour B, Kaatsch P, Berrino F, Rutkowski S, Botta L, EUROCARE-5 Working Group Eur J Cancer. 2017 Sep;82:137-148. doi: 10.1016/j.ejca.2017.05.028. Epub 2017 Jul 6.
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Patrick mentioned she hadnt had a chance to meet up with Ed and the team yet. Ed Carpenter is the only IndyCar owner named Ed.
Spirulina is a blue-green freshwater algae that is rich in protein and can help boost your immune system and regulate cholesterol and blood pressure levels. Beyond vitamins and minerals spirulina is a super antioxidant. Does Green Algae Have Xylem Pro Health day Detox Diet One Elken Spirulina. Ive never found a way to make spirulina palatable enough to consumer regularly.. The major and micro-nutrient Im attempting to grow some spirulina for a project of mine but I am having difficulty finding sources for the optimal growing conditions (temperature ph salinity etc). Raw Revolution 100 Spirulina Dream Organic Live Food 20- Count Bars. What is Chlorella Blue-Green Algae? Chlorella (chlorella pyrenoidosa) a unicellular freshwater plant is the size of a human blood cell and one of the oldest foods on planet earth.. Was 14.20 - Now Only 12.78 - You Save 10%. The list explains some of the health benefits of Spirulina but there are many more which may not be listed because of shortage of space !! ...
Algae: EC50 0.02-13.6 mg/l for three freshwater algae and two diatom species.Bees:Not toxic to bees; LD50 (contact and oral) ,100µg/bee.Birds:Acute oral LD50 for Japanese quail 2223, bobwhite quail 2825, mallard ducks ,2510, Pekin ducks ,6000 mg/kg. LC50 (8 d) for Japanese quail ,1000, bobwhite quail ,5620, mallard ducks ,Daphnia: EC50 4.8 mg/l.Fish: LC50 (96 h) for carp 6.8, rainbow trout 5.3, golden orfe 5.1, spot 2.6 mg/l.Worms:No toxic effects against Lumbricus rebellus.Other aquatic spp.: LC50 (96 h) for crayfish 42 mg/l. EC50 (96 h) for mysid shrimp (Mysidopsis bahia) 0.5 mg/l.Other beneficial spp.:Under field conditions, not expected to have any significant impact ...
is a single-celled freshwater algae. It reportedly contains a very high amount of chlorophyll, the chemical that gives plants their green color and is an essential component in photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert light into chemical energy.. Tags: C, Cancer Dictionary, Uncategorized. ...
p,Furthermore, as a supplement, it has shown promise in improving cholesterol levels and ridding the body of toxins.,/p,,p,This article tells you all you need to know about chlorella, including what it is, the research behind its health claims and how to take it as a supplement.,/p,,p,,strong,What Is Chlorella?,/strong,,/p,,p,Chlorella is a single-celled, green freshwater algae (,a href=https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26561078 target=_blank,1,/a,).,/p,,p,There are more than 30 different species, but two types-,em,Chlorella vulgaris,/em, and ,em,Chlorella pyrenoidosa,/em,-are most commonly used in research (,a href=http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0092460 target=_blank,2,/a,).,/p,,p,Because chlorella has a hard cell wall that humans cannot digest, you must take it as a supplement to reap its benefits (,a href=http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364032114002342 target=_blank,3,/a,).,/p,,p,Its available in capsule, tablet, powder and ...
Researchers at the British Columbia Cancer Agency in Vancouver have developed a directional single-cell sequencing method that allows them to selectively sequence the original DNA template strand a daughter cell has inherited from its parent.
Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Danica Oney is a 26-year cancer survivor. At age 35 Danica was working full-time giving care, aid and comfort to memory care patients in a nursing home while living in Parker, Colorado, raising her 15-year-old son as a single mom.. At age nine, Danica was diagnosed with a Cerebellar Astrocytoma brain tumor. She underwent more than 20 surgeries, 18 months of chemotherapy and full radiation. At one point during her 2 1/2 years of treatment, her doctors gave her a 10% chance of survival. Her recovery was a miracle through a combination of modern medicine and much prayer. She has bravely adapted to a variety of health issues caused by the late term effects of childhood cancer treatment, always with a cheerful attitude, dignity and grace.. She recently ended up in the emergency room with symptoms of extreme vertigo, loud ringing in her ears, and some confusion which prompted an MRI. It was discovered that she has developed a Meningioma brain tumor that is in ...
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Pavin Smith, the seventh overall pick in this years amateur draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks, used some of his $5 million signing bonus to pay off his parents mortgage as a Christmas gift.
Bench-scale microcosm studies were performed to determine the effect of total dissolved solids (TDS) as sodium chloride and temperature on survival of several organisms. Two model TDS levels and three temperatures were evaluated: 500 and 3,000 mg/l NaCl at 20 degrees and 30 degrees C each. Subsequent experiments involved temperatures of 7° C also. These conditions were established using NaCl and sterile distilled water. The organisms evaluated consisted of 2 individual organisms and 3 populations. The individual organisms were MS-2 bacteriophage and PRD-1 bacteriophage. Microbial populations evaluated were fecal coliforms, enterococci, and coliphage, all isolated from natural surface waters. Samples were taken from the survival experiments at varying intervals for a period of 0 to 30 days, until the endpoint of less than 0.5 viable organisms per ml was reached. For each organism, the inactivation over time was determined using established media culture (bacteria) or agar overlay plaque analysis ...
Trumps supporters use metaphors like "brown tide," "dangerous waters" and "war" to describe Americas cultural and demographic shifts. They see Trump as the commander who will help them restore America to their preferred order, a leader who will rebuild their sense of security and superiority.. It does not matter that these ideas and sentiments are factually baseless. As Donald Trump understands all too well, feelings trump facts. The candidate rides this populist anger, proliferates it and politically profits from it. In return, that white popular base wins some psychological wages, compensating for their acute sense of abandonment by a nation that was once theirs. Trump is not unique for the race-baiting strategies he has used to create a populist unity predicated on nationalist and racist sentiments; he is unique only in the fact that he has been unflinchingly transparent about his strategy. Bernie Sanders popular base also feels a deep sense of rage and abandonment by national leaders. ...
Some Aspects of the Comparative Study of Semi-empirical Combustion Models on FLUENT and OpenFOAM Codes, High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europes Research Communities Results of the HP-SEE User Forum 2012, Editors: Mihnea Dulea, Aneta Karaivanova, Anastasis Oulas, Ioannis Liabotis, Danica Stojiljkovic, Ognjen ...