cyanophyte


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cyanophyte

(saɪˈænəfaɪt)
n
(Microbiology) a former name for a cyanobacterium. See cyanobacteria
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Adj.1.cyanophyte - relating to or caused by photosynthetic bacteria of the class Cyanobacteria
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The cyanophyte Aphanocapsa marina had the highest final cell concentration (11.
The Boulder Patch is a shallow (4-7 m) High Arctic kelp community containing 78 benthic algal species, all of which represent approximately one-half of the pan-Arctic benthic flora (140 species) including one recognized cyanophyte (iCalothrix scopulorum), one dinophyte (Rufusiella foslieana), 26 green algae, 25 brown algae, and 25 red algal species.
1979) Pharmacology of anatoxin-a, produced by the freshwater cyanophyte Anabaena flos-aquae.
While Merismopedia minima was often the major cyanophyte on a per cell basis in the mesocosms, the biovolume of the eight celled colonies was substantially smaller than a cell of any other phytoplankton identified (<5 [micro][m.
Unexpected disappearence of cyanophyte blooms in PluBsee (North Germany).
Cyanophyte filament (32); Pseudanabaena (26); Picocyanophyte (10); Synechococcus (5); Synechocystis (5); Cyanophyte cell pair (5); Phormidium (4); Lyngbya (3); Trichodesmium (3); Aphanothece (1); Johannesbaptistia (1); Komvophoron (1); Cyanophyte colony (1); Cyanophyte unicell, sphere 2.
A high stirring capacity, low N/P ratio, and a greater temperature likely generated high small size cyanophyte dominated cell density and a higher gmax.
The conditions favouring cyanophyte blooms and their implications are discussed.
Association with other cyanophytes considered as assemblages, particularly with Lyngbya majuscula and S.