Oscillatoria


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Os`cil`la`to´ri`a


n. pl.1.(Bot.) Same as Oscillaria.
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The main benthic microalgae belong to the genera Achnanthes, Amphora, Cymbella, Navicula, Licmophora and Oscillatoria, with Navicula being one of the most abundant (Khatoon, Yusoff, Banerjee, Shariff & Mohamed, 2007; Dobretsov, 2010).
A nivel de genero, Synedra tuvo la mayor densidad relativa (19,08 %), seguido de Surirella (12,3 %), Navicula (9,52 %), Cosmarium (9,6 %), Cymbella (7,13 %) y Oscillatoria (6,92 %), en tanto que generos como Desmidium, Diploneis y Euastrum registraron las densidades mas bajas (0,03 %).
(1) Simple sentence: In addition algae such as Chlorella, Euglena, Oscillatoria, Ulothrix and Stigeoclonium will be abundant.
Finally, at the flooding surface inside the National University of Colombia, Bogota, one of the same morphotypes of filamentous cyanobacteria found at the channel nearby the salt mine of Nemocon was identified, assigned to the Order Oscillatoriales, Genus Oscillatoria sp.
LPS from Oscillatoria Planktothrix FP1 (Cyanobacterial Product, CyP).
Sibi, "Inhibition effects of cobalt nano particles against fresh water algal blooms caused by microcystis and oscillatoria," American Journal of Applied Scientific Research, vol.
El tapete microbiano del manantial epilitico San Camilo, es verde oscuro, gelatinoso y esta formado por diatomeas (Navicula, Fragilaria y Cymbella), cianobacterias (Oscillatoria, Lyngbya y Gloeocapsa), algas, bacterias que oxidan el azufre (Thiothrix), y bacterias del hierro (Leptothrix y Sphaerotilus).
[7.] Mubarak Ali D, Sasikala M, Gunasekaran M, Thajuddin N (2011) Biosynthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles using marine cyanobacterium, oscillatoria willei ntdm01.
Acid Black 1 as a nitrogen source by the marine cyanobacterium Oscillatoria curviceps BDU92191.
Hori, "Cloning, expression, and characterization of a novel anti-HIV lectin from the cultured cyanobacterium, Oscillatoria agardhii," Fisheries Science, vol.
Microcystins (MCs) are a group of over 90 hepatotoxins produced from multiple genera of Cyanobacteria (Microcystis, Anabaena, Oscillatoria, Planktothrix, Chroococcus, and Nostoc).