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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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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 (0.2 mm depth) (Huarachi et al., 2013; Moheimani et al., 2013).
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].
Some cyanophytes can adapt their metabolism during nutrient limitation [9], with biopolymer synthesis generally occurring when the carbon and energy source is present at normal levels or in excess while at least one other nutrient is limiting, nitrogen, phosphorus, magnesium, and iron being among the most common limiting nutrients [3].
The percentage of cyanophytes in the phytoplankton biomass had some correlations with nutrient concentrations in the northern part of the lake but not in the southern part L.
Cyanophytes ranged from 369.47 [+ or -] 31.52 no/mL (low tide) to 418.18 [+ or -] 53.31 no/ mL (high tide) with a mean of 382.31 [+ or -] 27.10 no/mL and represented 3.36% of the phytoplankton population.
Filamentous cyanophytes containing phycourobilin and in symbiosis with sponges and an ascidian of coral reefs.