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Facultative anoxygenic photosynthesis in the cyanobacterium Oscillatoria limnetica.
An isolate from H2S-rich layers of the Solar Lake, the cyanobacterium Oscillatoria limnetica, exhibits both oxygenic and anoxygenic photosynthesis. It can use Na2S as an electron donor for CO2Expand
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Factors governing the toxicity of cultures containing the phytoflagellate Prymnesium parvum Carter.
SUMMARY: Methods for the laboratory maintenance and purification of cultures of Prymnesium parvum are detailed. The upper limit of temperature for the growth of the organism is 30°. Light exerts anExpand
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Formation and mode of action of algal toxins.
  • M. Shilo
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Bacteriological reviews
  • 1 September 1967
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Characterization of Macromolecular Flocculants Produced by Phormidium sp. Strain J-1 and by Anabaenopsis circularis PCC 6720.
  • Y. Bar-Or, M. Shilo
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Applied and environmental microbiology
  • 1 September 1987
Several benthic cyanobacteria were found to produce significant amounts of extracellular flocculants. The macromolecular flocculants produced by Phormidium sp. strain J-1 and Anabaenopsis circularisExpand
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Cyanophages-viruses attacking blue-green algae.
INTRODUCTION .................................. 343 CHARACTERISTICS OF CYANOPHAGES .................................. 344 Typology .................................. 344 Host RangeExpand
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Solar Lake (Sinai). 2. Distribution of photosynthetic microorganisms and primary production1
The seasonal and vertical distributions of sulfur photosynthetic bacteria and cyanobacteria in Solar Lake, and #their contribution to primary production, are described. During stratification,Expand
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A SENSITIVE ASSAY SYSTEM FOR DETERMINATION OF THE ICHTHYOTOXICITY OF PRYMNESIUM PARVUM.
SUMMARY: The activity of Prymnesium parvum ichthyotoxin and its dependence on various cofactors has been studied. Spermine or other polyamines have a marked synergistic effect on the ichthyotoxicExpand
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CHAPTER 3 – Toxins of Chrysophyceae
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