The inverse correlation between growth rate and cell carbohydrate content of Microcystis aeruginosa

@article{Wang2009TheIC,
  title={The inverse correlation between growth rate and cell carbohydrate content of Microcystis aeruginosa},
  author={Chong Wang and Hai-nan Kong and Sheng-bing He and Xiang-yong Zheng and Chun-jie Li},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2009},
  volume={22},
  pages={105-107}
}
The cell carbohydrate content of cyanobacteria can alter buoyancy, and the ability to regulate the buoyancy is one of the most important mechanisms of cyanobacterial blooms. The net accumulation of carbohydrate in cell is affected by photosynthesis, respiration, synthesis of proteins, and other metabolisms, which are connected to the growth. The aim of this work is to seek the relationship between growth rate and intracellular carbohydrate content. The cell carbohydrate content in Microcystis… CONTINUE READING

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