Substances bioactives élaborées par des cyanobactéries isolées de certains écosystèmes aquatiques marocains

@inproceedings{Oufdou2010SubstancesB,
  title={Substances bioactives {\'e}labor{\'e}es par des cyanobact{\'e}ries isol{\'e}es de certains {\'e}cosyst{\`e}mes aquatiques marocains},
  author={Khalid Oufdou and Brahim Oudra},
  year={2010}
}
Durant la saison chaude, plusieurs ecosystemes aquatiques (lacs, etangs, rivieres, …) connaissent une croissance importante des cyanobacteries conduisant a la formation des efflorescences (blooms). Les cyanobacteries sont capables de produire une multitude de substances antimicrobiennes : antibacteriennes, algicides, antifongique, antivirales et meme des substances toxiques. L’objectif de ce travail constitue en l’etude des effets des substances bioactives produites par 10 souches de… 
Essai préliminaire de mise en oeuvre de culture de cyanobactérie en Côte d’Ivoire
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