cyanophyte

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cyanophyte

(saɪˈænəfaɪt)
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(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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Cell concentration of filamentous cyanophytes was obtained based on the total filament count and the xanthophytes was estimated based on cluster counts of each colony, using a Fuchs Rosenthal chamber (0.
Association with other cyanophytes considered as assemblages, particularly with Lyngbya majuscula and S.
A few studies have been made on the Cyanophytes in Iran [14,5].
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Cyanophytes from the L'Aigua cave (Alicante, SE Spain) and their environmental conditions.
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