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Comparative analysis of cyanobacterial superoxide dismutases to discriminate canonical forms
The present analysis unravels the ambiguity among cyanobacterial SOD isoforms and concludes that cyanobacteria harbor either Ni alone or a combination of Fe and Ni or Fe and Mn as their catalytic active metal while Cu/Zn is rare.
Degradation and metabolization of the pigment-melanoidin in distillery effluent by the marine cyanobacterium Oscillatoria boryana BDU 92181
Nitrogen stress induced changes in the marine cyanobacterium Oscillatoria willei BDU 130511.
Siderophore mediated uranium sequestration by marine cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus BDU 130911.
Ligninolytic and antioxidative enzymes of a marine cyanobacterium Oscillatoria willei BDU 130511 during Poly R-478 decolourization.
An Improved Method for Marine Cyanobacterial DNA Isolation
This method resulted in a high yield of quality DNA suitable for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplifications, and a simple, efficient and reproducible protocol for the isolation of DNA from different morphological types of marine cyanobacteria.
Molecular characterization of marine Cyanobacteria from the Indian subcontinent deduced from sequence analysis of the phycocyanin operon (cpcb-IGS-cpcA) and 16S-23S ITS region.
- J. Premanandh, B. Priya, I. Teneva, B. Dzhambazov, D. Prabaharan, L. Uma
- BiologyJournal of microbiology
- 1 December 2006
It is demonstrated that morphologically very similar strains might differ genotypically and molecular approaches comprising different gene regions in combination with morphological criteria may provide better taxonomical resolution of the order Oscillatoriales.
Formulation of low-cost seawater medium for high cell density and high lipid content of Chlorella vulgaris BDUG 91771 using central composite design in biodiesel perspective
Phenol degradation by the marine cyanobacterium Phormidium valderianum BDU 30501
- S. Shashirekha, L. Uma, G. Subramanian
- Engineering, BiologyJournal of Industrial Microbiology and…
- 1 August 1997
Phenol was found to be effectively removed and degraded by the marine cyanobacterium Phormidium valderianum BDU 30501, opening up the possibility of treating a variety of phenol-containing industrial effluents using this organism.
Genetic heterogeneity of the marine cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya valderiana (Pseudanabaenaceae) evidenced by RAPD molecular markers and 16S rDNA sequence data
The genetic variability observed within the marine strains of L. valderiana indicates the presence of cryptic species, and future investigations combining well-characterized ultrastructural morphology with additional molecular markers are essential to characterize and clarify the patterns in the evolution and biogeography.