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PHYCOLOGY AND HEAVY‐METAL POLLUTION
1. All heavy metals, including those that are essential micronutrients (e.g. copper, zinc, etc.), are toxic to algae at high concentrations.
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Phytochelatin plays a role in UV-B tolerance in N2-fixing cyanobacterium Anabaena doliolum.
To study the role of Cd-induced phytochelatins in UV-B tolerance, lipid peroxidation, antioxidative enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase, ascorbate peroxidase and glutathione reductase),Expand
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Salinity-induced physiological and proteomic changes in Anabaena doliolum
Abstract This study is the first to offer information on salinity-induced inhibition of physiological variables, changes in proteome, and induction of glycolate metabolism in Anabaena doliolum . AExpand
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Metal removal from single and multimetallic systems by different biosorbent materials as evaluated by differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry
Abstract This paper provides information on the use of differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry (DPASV) for the measurement of the metal biosorption potential of Lemna, Microcystis field-grownExpand
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Potassium Salts Inhibit Growth of the Cyanobacteria Microcystis spp. in Pond Water and Defined Media: Implications for Control of Microcystin-Producing Aquatic Blooms.
Ten metals were assayed in 21 Indian ponds which comprised three groups: (i) eutrophic alkaline ponds containing <2.5 mM potassium and thick growths of Microcystis aeruginosa or MicrocystisExpand
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Algal adaptation to environmental stresses : physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms
Algal adaptation to stress - some general remarks.- Carbon limitation.- Nitrogen limitation.- Phosphate limitation.- Trace metal constraints on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus acquisition andExpand
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Salinity and Copper-Induced Oxidative Damage and Changes in the Antioxidative Defence Systems of Anabaena doliolum
SummaryThis study provides first-hand information on the salinity and copper-induced oxidative damage and its protection in Anabaena doliolum by the antioxidant defence system. Oxidative damageExpand
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Comparative proteomics unveils cross species variations in Anabaena under salt stress.
UNLABELLED The present study compares protein diversity within three Anabaena species (Anabaena doliolum, Anabaena sp.PCC 7120 and Anabaena L31). 2-DE based analysis of 256 protein spots in controlExpand
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Heavy Metal Tolerance in Algae
Algae are often exposed to heavy metal pollution due to the disposal of industrial and domestic wastes into waterways. Many algae growing in metal–polluted environments display an ability to tolerateExpand
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Invasive alien species and biodiversity in India
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