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*  Photosynthesis
Cyanobacteria remain critical to marine ecosystems as primary producers of oxygen in oceanic gyres, as agents of biological ... Cyanobacteria appeared later; the excess oxygen they produced contributed directly to the oxygenation of the Earth, which ... Cyanobacteria remained the principal primary producers of oxygen throughout the Proterozoic Eon (2500-543 Ma), in part because ... "Cyanobacteria: Fossil Record". Ucmp.berkeley.edu. Retrieved 2010-08-26. Smith A (2010). Plant biology. New York, NY: Garland ...
*  Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii
The appearance of cyanobacteria in water storage bodies is becoming of increasing importance and is a major factor in the ... Phylum - Cyanobacteria This phylum is characterized by their ability to obtain energy through photosynthesis. They are often ... Hawkins, Peter; M T Runnegar; A R Jackson; I R Falconer (1985). "Severe Hepatotoxicity Caused by the Tropical Cyanobacterium ( ... Order - Nostocales This order includes cyanobacteria of filamentous forms, either simple or branched, both of which occur as ...
*  Eutrophication
Matthews, Mark; Bernard, Stewart (2015). "Eutrophication and cyanobacteria in South Africa's standing water bodies: A view from ... Toxic Cyanobacteria in Water: A guide to their public health consequences, monitoring and management. World Health Organization ...
*  Cyanobacteria
What are Cyanobacteria and What are its Types? Webserver for Cyanobacteria Research CyanoBase Growth Model for the Blue-Green ... Cyanobacteria have been found to play an important role in terrestrial habitats. It has been widely reported cyanobacteria soil ... blue'). Cyanobacteria (which are prokaryotes) used to be called "blue-green algae". They have been renamed 'cyanobacteria' in ... Cyanobacteria use electrons from succinate dehydrogenase rather than from NADPH for respiration. Many cyanobacteria are able to ...
*  Cyanobacterium (cyanobacteria)
Cyanobacterium is a genus of cyanobacteria. Komárek J, Kaštovský J, Mareš J, Johansen JR (2014). "Taxonomic classification of ...
*  Homoeothrix (cyanobacteria)
Homoeothrix is a genus of cyanobacteria. http://www.algaebase.org/search/genus/detail/?genus_id=43615&-session=abv4: ...
*  Loefgrenia (cyanobacteria)
Loefgrenia is a monospecific, freshwater, epiphytic genus of nonheterocystic cyanobacteria known from Brazil. The type and only ...
*  Evolution of molecular chaperones
... cyanobacteria; and chloroplasts. Any two hsp60 amino acid sequences share at least 40% similarity, with 18-20% of differences ... most closely related to the α-purple subdivision of Gram negative bacteria and chloroplasts were most similar to cyanobacteria ...
*  Nostoc verrucosum
Cyanobacteria). Nikon Microscopy. Scherer, S. et al. A new UV-A/B protecting pigment in the terrestrial cyanobacterium Nostoc ... Nostoc verrucosum is a species of cyanobacteria usually found in colonies and in globose racks. It has a greenish to blackish ... UV-B-induced synthesis of photoprotective pigments and extracellular polysaccharides in the terrestrial cyanobacterium Nostoc ...
*  Ampullariidae
Cyanobacteria)". Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 36 (1): 87-95. doi:10.1111/j.1749-7345.2005.tb00134.x. [permanent ...
*  Bacterial antenna complex
See cyanobacteria. Antenna complex, alpha subunit InterPro: IPR002361 Antenna complex, beta subunit InterPro: IPR002362 Koepke ... Green and purple photosynthetic bacteria utilize different bacteriochlorophyll molecules while cyanobacteria contain ... "Nomenclature for membrane-bound light-harvesting complexes of cyanobacteria". Photosynthesis Research. 95 (2-3): 147-154. doi: ... are either non-covalently associated with integral proteins in the case of purple photosynthetic bacteria and cyanobacteria, or ...
*  Synechococcus
α-cyanobacteria were defined to contain a form IA, while β-cyanobacteria were defined to contain a form IB of this gene. In ... The biology of cyanobacteria. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles. pp. 413-439. ISBN 0-520-04717-6. J. B. ... 2002) proposed the division of the cyanobacteria into a α- and a β-subcluster based on the type of rbcL (large subunit of ... "Marine cyanobacteria. no. NS 19. Bulletin de l'Institut Oceanographique Monaco, Vol NS 19". Musee oceanographique, Monaco: 457- ...
*  Microcystis aeruginosa
Algal blooms of cyanobacteria thrive in the large phosphorus content of agricultural runoff. Besides consuming phosphorus, M. ... "Cyanobacteria: Microcystis". The Silica Secchi Disk. Connecticut College: The SilicaSecchi Disk. Archived from the original on ... Cyanobacteria produce neurotoxins and peptide hepatotoxins, such as microcystin and cyanopeptolin. As the etymological ... Microcystis aeruginosa is a species of freshwater cyanobacteria which can form harmful algal blooms of economic and ecological ...
*  Gloeotrichia
Being a Cyanobacteria Gloeoitrichia is reported to produce some toxins. Microcystin LR was found in Gloeotrichia echinulata ... Freshwater Cyanobacteria. In North America Gloeoitrichia appears unexpectedly in many remote oligotrophic lakes during late ... Gloeoitrichia is a genus of Cyanobacteria, belongs to the order Nostocales and the family Nostocaceae. The total number of ...
*  Timeline of natural history
First cyanobacteria. Formation of Dharwar Craton in southern India. c.2,400 Ma - Suavjarvi impact structure forms. This is the ... Photosynthesizing cyanobacteria evolve; they use water as a reducing agent, thereby producing oxygen as a waste product. The ... Fossils resembling cyanobacteria, found at Warrawoona, Western Australia.[citation needed] c.3,480 Ma - Fossils of microbial ... c.2,700 Ma - Biomarkers of cyanobacteria discovered, together with steranes (sterols of cholesterol), associated with films of ...
*  Aphanizomenon
"Cyanobacteria/Cyanotoxins". US EPA. 2015. "Aphanizomenon blooms: alternate control and cultivation by Daphnia pulex" (PDF). ... Aphanizomenon is an important genus of cyanobacteria that inhabits freshwater lakes and can cause dense blooms. Studies on the ... "Carbon and nitrogen fluxes associated with the cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon sp. in the Baltic Sea". The ISME Journal. 4: 1215- ...
*  Lichens and nitrogen cycling
N2 fixing lichen is partnered with cyanobacteria which can fix N2 from the air while green alga, partner of non N2 fixing ... While it does not occur often, formation of akinetes (type of cell formed by cyanobacteria which are resistant to cold and ... Henskens, F. L.; Green, T. G. A.; Wilkins, A. (2012-08-01). "Cyanolichens can have both cyanobacteria and green algae in a ... Depending on its partner, lichens derive the carbon and nitrogen from algal and cyanobacteria photobionts (which fixes N2 from ...
*  Isobutanol
Cyanobacteria, are a phylum of photosynthetic bacteria. Cyanobacteria are suited for isobutanol biosynthesis when genetically ... Because CO2 is absorbed from the atmosphere by Cyanobacteria, the possibility of bioremediation (in the form of Cyanobacteria ... Isobutanol producing species of cyanobacteria offer several advantages as biofuel synthesizers: Cyanobacteria grow faster than ... The primary drawbacks of Cyanobacteria are: Cyanobacteria are sensitive to environmental conditions when being grown. ...
*  Evolution of photosynthesis
"Cyanobacteria: Fossil Record". Ucmp.berkeley.edu. Retrieved 2010-08-26. Herrero A, Flores E (2008). The Cyanobacteria: ... Cyanobacteria remain critical to marine ecosystems as primary producers in oceanic gyres, as agents of biological nitrogen ... Cyanobacteria remained principal primary producers throughout the Proterozoic Eon (2500-543 Ma), in part because the redox ... Raven JA, Allen JF (2003). "Genomics and chloroplast evolution: what did cyanobacteria do for plants?". Genome Biol. 4 (3): 209 ...
*  Lichen
The fungi benefit from the carbohydrates produced by the algae or cyanobacteria via photosynthesis. The algae or cyanobacteria ... which can be grown in culture in isolation from the algae or cyanobacteria. Some algae and cyanobacteria are found naturally ... The most commonly occurring cyanobacterium genus is Nostoc. Other common cyanobacterium photobionts are from Scytonema. Many ... If a cyanobacterium is present, as a primary partner or another symbiont in addition to a green alga as in certain tripartite ...
*  Kalkitoxin
link) Sarma, T.A. (2012). Handbook of Cyanobacteria. CRC Press. p. 539. ISBN 9781578088003. de Bono; et al. (2003). "The future ... Wu, M. (1997). Novel bioactive secondary metabolites from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscule, Thesis (M.S.). Oregon ... Kalkitoxin, a lipopeptide derived from the cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula, induces NMDA receptor mediated neuronal necrosis, ... 2000). "Structure, Synthesis, and Biological Properties of Kalkitoxin, a Novel Neurotoxin from the Marine Cyanobacterium ...
*  Library of Congress Classification:Class Q -- Science
Cyanobacteria 100-130...........Microbial ecology 171...............Microorganisms in the animal body 180-198.5......... ...
*  Sammy Boussiba
Boussiba's laboratory in the Anabaena PCC 7120 cyanobacteria. This pioneering work yielded a transgenic cyanobacteria stably ... Moreover, cyanobacteria are able to float in the upper layer of the water, and are stable under varying environmental ... Due to their large species diversity and high abundancy in natural ponds and rice fields, cyanobacteria have high potential to ... At Cornell he studied the uptake and metabolism of ammonia in cyanobacteria. In 1984, upon completing his postdoctoral studies ...
*  Synechocystis
Cyanobacteria have been used in several ways to produce renewable biofuel. The original method was to grow cyanobacteria for ... As cyanobacteria in general have slow doubling times, it is more efficient to perform as much DNA cloning as possible in a fast ... The ability of cyanobacteria to produce oxygen initiated the transition from a planet consisting of high levels of carbon ... All cyanobacteria are lacking the type II system, which has been widely adapted for genetic engineering purposes across many ...
*  Taff's Well Thermal Spring
British Thermophillic cyanobacteria. Arch Hydrobiology Vol 132 Issue 4 Pages 407-414. "Thermal Springs Group" BBC News Rhondda ... A survey of thermophillic cyanobacteria identified abundant growths of Phormidium ambiguum GOM which formed conophyton like ...