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- Manning, Schonna R; Nobles, David R
- Current opinion in food science 2017 v.18 pp. 14-20
- Cyanobacteria; algal blooms; crops; cyanobacterial toxins; eutrophication; exotoxins; food science; global warming; growth and development; irrigation water; metabolites; microalgae; rapid methods; risk; toxicity; water supply; wildlife
- ... Microalgal blooms are predicted to intensify in frequency and duration with global warming and increased eutrophication. Cyanobacteria typically thrive in warmer, nutrient-rich environments and can form harmful algal blooms (HABs) coupled with the presence of potent endotoxins and exotoxins. Thus far, 23 classes of cyanotoxins containing hundreds of diverse metabolites have been identified with a ...