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- Pomati, Francesco; Sacchi, Silvia; Rossetti, Carlo; Giovannardi, Stefano; Onodera, Hideyuki; Oshima, Yasukatsu; Neilan, Brett A.
- Journal of phycology 2000 v.36 no.3 pp. 553-562
- phycocyanin, etc ; Planktothrix; algal blooms; derivatization; electrophysiology; freshwater; genetic analysis; genetic markers; high performance liquid chromatography; humans; lakes; mass spectrometry; operon; paralytic shellfish poisoning; poisoning; rapid methods; ribosomal RNA; sequence analysis; sodium; summer; toxicity; toxins; Italy; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... A filamentous cyanobacterium, belonging to the Order of Oscillatoriales, was found to be responsible for a toxic algal bloom in Lake Varese, Italy, during the summer of 1997. Morphological characters, as well as near complete 16S rRNA gene sequencing, revealed that the dominant species of the bloom was most closely related to the genus Planktothrix. In addition, genetic analysis of the phycocyanin ...
- Sherman, Louis A.
- Journal of phycology 1978 v.14 no.4 pp. 427-433
- phycocyanin, etc ; Algae; Cyanobacterium stanieri; absorption; chlorophyll; electrophoresis; energy efficiency; energy transfer; fatty acid composition; fluorescence; membrane fluidity; membrane proteins; photosynthesis; sodium dodecyl sulfate; temperature; unsaturated fatty acids; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... The growth of Synechococcus cedrorum Saug. (UTEX 1191) at 40 C resulted in structural and functional alteratons relative to cells grown at 30 C. Structural variations included cell morphology and the chemical composition of the membrane. Growth at 40 C. produced cells that were longer and thinner than those at 30 C. The fatty acid composition changed substantially upon growth at 40 C. yielding a d ...