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Seasonal dynamics of microcystin-degrading bacteria and toxic cyanobacterial blooms: Interaction and influence of abiotic factors

Authors

María Ángeles Lezcano, Antonio Quesada, Rehab El-Shehawy

Massive proliferations of cyanobacteria coexist and have different interactions with other microorganisms, including microcystin (MC)-degrading bacteria. Despite their relevance in the environment for the removal of MCs, this bacterial community has been scarcely studied. 218 kata lagi

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Regulation of phosphate uptake reveals cyanobacterial bloom resilience to shifting N:P ratios

Authors

Luis Aubriot, Sylvia Bonilla

  1. The resilience of cyanobacterial blooms challenges lake restoration programmes based on nutrient load reduction. The survival of organisms may depend on episodic short-term fluctuations of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P).
  2. 263 kata lagi
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Hot and toxic: Temperature regulates microcystin release from cyanobacteria

Authors

Jeremy T. Walls, Kevin H .Wyatt, Jason C. Doll, Eric M. Rubenstein, Allison R. Rober

The mechanisms regulating toxin release by cyanobacteria are poorly understood despite the threat cyanotoxins pose to water quality and human health globally. 208 kata lagi

Cyanobacteria