synura

synura

(sɪˈnjuːrə)
n
(Plants) any of several species of green alga
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The requirement for silicon in Synura petersenii Korschikoff.
in the first year, group J in the second year and groups C and Ws (Chrysophyceae Synura sp.
2003) to include the Synura species, which are sensitive to high light radiation and tolerant to environments rich in organic matter from plant decay.
The Chryophyceae were maximally represented by Synura 40, Bacillariophyceae by Synedra 48 and Myxophyceae by Anabaena 60 individuals 5ml-1 in the treated pond, and were absent in reference pond.
HETEROKONTOPHYTA Chrysophyceae Synurales Synuraceae Mallomonas caudata (Ivanov) Mallomonas acaroides (Perry) Synura uvella (Ehr.
Studies on the genera Mallomonas, Synura, and other plankton in freshwater by the electron microscope.
Twenty-seven silica-scaled synurophycean and chrysophycean taxa from five genera, Mallomonas (14 taxa), Synura (10 taxa), Spiniferomonas (two taxa), Paraphysomonas and Chrysosphaerella (one taxon each) were observed from the 35 samples.
Common species from other genera were Synura uvella (34%), S.
With respect to taste and odor control, there are a number of studies reporting on the successful use of chlorine dioxide in the treatment of musty odors, fishy tastes and odors from Mallonmonas, and taste and odor problems associated with Anabaena, Asterionella, Synura, and Vorticella, as well as actinomycetes which are a source of geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol (MIB).
broschii (Bacillariophyceae), Nannochloropsis salina (Eustigmatophyceae), Mallomonas striata, Synura spinosa (Synurophyceae), Chromulina chromophila, Hibberdia magna (Chrysophyceae), and Fucus distichus (Phaeophyceae).
papillosa), Synura (Synurophyceae), and Phytophthora (Oomycota).
Although there are clear qualitative indications of greater pH values, especially in the profiles of Mallomonas caudata and Synura spinosa, the two pH-circumneutral species in these assemblages, only one change of CIpH exceeds the RMSE of the transfer equation (= 0.