Oscillatoriaceae


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Noun1.Oscillatoriaceae - blue green algae
bacteria family - a family of bacteria
class Cyanobacteria, class Cyanophyceae, Cyanophyceae - photosynthetic bacteria found in fresh and salt water, having chlorophyll a and phycobilins; once thought to be algae: blue-green algae
genus Trichodesmium - a genus of blue-green algae
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Antileukemia activity in the oscillatoriaceae: isolation of debromoaplysiatoxin from Lyngbya.
The cyanobacterium Spirulina is a filamentous blue-green alga belonging to the Oscillatoriaceae family that is generally found in tropical and subtropical regions in warm alkaline water.
Watkinson A, O'Neil J, Dennison W (2005) Ecophysiology of the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula (Oscillatoriaceae) in Moreton Bay, Australia.
(2003), cyanobacteria blooms in moderately deep, stratified eutrophic lakes are characterized by the dominating Nostocales and, in contrast, shallow lakes are dominated by the family Oscillatoriaceae (Limnothrix-type) owing to their ability to use low amounts of light in turbid water.
(2005) Division/Especie Referencia Cyanobacteria Clase Cyanophyceae Orden Oscillatoriales Oscillatoriaceae 1.
A total number of 6 species of micro algae belonging to the class of Cyanophyceae covering two families such as Oscillatoriaceae (3 species) and Chroococcaceae (3 species) were recorded (Oscillatoria nigra, Lyngbya majuscula, Spirulina plantensis, Chroococcus turgidus, Aphanocapsa delicatissama, Nitzschia palaceae).
DIVISION CYANOBACTERIA Order Oscillatoriales Family Oscillatoriaceae Lyngbya sp.
CYANOPHYTA Cyanophyceae Choroococcales Chroococcaceae Chroococcus limeticus (Lemm.) Chroococcus turgidus (Kuetz) Chroococcus dispersus (Lemm.) Merismopediaceae Merismopedia elagans (Smith) Microcystaceae Microcystis firma (Schmidle) Nostocales Nostocaceae Nostoc pruniforme (Ag.) Anabaena spiroides (Lemm.) Oscillatoriales Oscillatoriaceae Lyngbya limnetica (Lemm.) Lyngbya birgei (Smith) Oscillatoria agardhi (Gomont) Oscillatoria limnetica (Lemm.) HETEROKONTOPHYTA Chrysophyceae Synurales Synuraceae Mallomonas caudata (Ivanov) Mallomonas acaroides (Perry) Synura uvella (Ehr.) Chromulinales Dinobryaceae Dinobryon divergens (Imhoff) Dinobryon sociale var.
Lakes dominated by Oscillatoriaceae are typically very turbid, and when winters are not too cold the dominance can even persist throughout the year (Berger 1975, Sas 1989).
Among the Families, Oscillatoriaceae was represented with 4 species and Merismopediaceae with 3 species is in the next order.
Environmental variables for CCA were total nitrogen, soluble phosphorus, and pH; diversity dataset was restricted to Nostocaceae, Oscillatoriaceae, Diatomaceae, Naviculaceae, Closteriaceae, and Zygnemataceae families.