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[Poisoning in cattle caused by blue-green algae].

@article{Odriozola1984PoisoningIC,
  title={[Poisoning in cattle caused by blue-green algae].},
  author={Ernesto Ra{\'u}l Odriozola and N C Ballabene and A. G. Salamanco},
  journal={Revista Argentina de microbiologia},
  year={1984},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={
          219-24
        }
}
This paper describes a case of poisoning by blue-green algae growing in a fresh water pond in Goyena, Provincia de Buenos Aires. The predominating algae were identified as Microcystis aeruginosa. They show an intense growth when certain meteorologic condition prevail, in coincidence with certain chemical characteristics of the water. Once this growth has occurred, the direction of the wind has a decisive role, because it determines the accumulation on the shore, increasing their concentration… 

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