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CYANOCOST at ICTC10

Massive participation of CYANOCOST members in the 10th International Conference on Toxic Cyanobacteria, ICTC10, which was held on 23-28 October 2016 in Wuhan, China. 54 kata lagi

Conferences And Workshops

Landmark CYANOCOST publication: The Handbook of Cyanobacterial Monitoring and Cyanotoxin Analysis

The Handbook of Cyanobacterial Monitoring and Cyanotoxin Analysis, a major publication by CYANOCOST is published and available from Wiley and Amazon.com. A must have for laboratories, researchers and water authorities working on cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins.

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Analysis

Cyanobacteria in Mediterranean Sea

Chroococcus spelaeus Ercegovic, 1925

 Phylum: Cyanobacteria

 Distribution: Mediterranean Sea

 Habitat: The bacterium lives on wet rocks among algae.

 Description: Coccoid colourless cells forming colonies with 2 cells without forming layers, contains inside granules of a bright green colour. 233 kata lagi

South Europe

Dragons are caused by volatile organic compounds

Text by Lauri Laanisto

No! It´s not a flashy tabloid title. Yes, I´m seriously gonna talk about dragons and how their existence is connected with VOCs. 873 kata lagi

Seminar/Lecture

From Genomes to Biological Systems: Understanding molecular machinery

Our lives are surrounded by man-made structures, from the simple self-assembled furniture in our homes to the massive bridges and motorways that connect cities and countries. 1.224 kata lagi

IIB

Cyanobacteria Research - My Practical Training in Sweden

“Hejsan alla, hello all!

This is a story how I finally have an unlimited access to the coffee machine at my workpl.. Oh. This sort of is that too, but basically just my practical training report. 638 kata lagi

Practical Training

Back To Bacteria!

When people hear the word bacteria, the most pleasant thought is certainly not the first that comes to mind. Bacteria is referred to as tiny single-celled microorganisms which have been around for more than 4 billion years. 382 kata lagi