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How Flesh-Eating Strep Bacteria Evolved Into an Epidemic
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How Flesh-Eating Strep Bacteria Evolved Into an Epidemic

Bacteria aren't kind enough to leave behind a fossil record (save for cyanobacteria), but theyre evolving fast. Really fast. Their short life cycles mean that generations come rapid-fire, adapting through natural selection into the monster pathogens ... Wired News, 2 days ago

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Researchers show that cyanobacteria promoted complex life on Earth

Cyanobacteria are responsible for the production of oxygen and nitrogen that were necessary for the development of multicellular life on Earth about 541 million years ago according to new r e search published in the Feb. 27, 2014, edition of the ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago Oxygen may have first accumulated in Earth's atmosphere 3 bln years ago  Business Standard1 month ago Oxygen may have first accumulated on Earth 3 bn years ago  Financial Express1 month ago Old Rocks Yield New Theory Of Young Earth's Atmosphere  Huffington Post3 weeks ago

Cyanobacterial warning update

A new health warning has been issued today for Lake Ngaroto, near Te Awamutu. The lake has had a rise in the number of cyanobacteria cells and a rise in biovolume since last tested one month previously. Biovolume is the measure used to decide when ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 week ago Cyanobacterial warning update (Fuseworks)  Yahoo!Xtra1 week ago Satellite Monitoring of Toxic Cyanobacteria for Public Health  Earthzine3 weeks ago Cyanophycin metabolism in Anabaena [Microbiology]  PNAS1 month ago

Location of PsbQ in cyanobacterial photosystem II [Plant Biology]

PsbQ is a luminal extrinsic protein component that regulates the water splitting activity of photosystem II (PSII) in plants, algae, and cyanobacteria. However, PsbQ is not observed in the currently available crystal structures of PSII from ...
 PNAS1 month ago

Earth breathed first 3 billion years ago!

Zee Media Bureau New York: It was generally believed that cyanobacteria, the blue-green algae, that evolved photosynthesis appeared 2.5 billion years ago when the 'Great Oxidation Event' (a spike in oxygen levels) happened. But now a new ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Earth first breathed about 3 billion years ago!  MedIndia3 weeks ago

New Cyanobacteria Study Results from Banaras Hindu University Described

(NewsRx) -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Proteomics Weekly -- Investigators publish new report on Cyanobacteria. According to news originating from Uttar Pradesh, India, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Butachlor an extensively ...
 NewsRX1 week ago Studies from RIKEN Describe New Findings in Cyanobacteria  4 Traders3 weeks ago Reports Outline Cyanobacteria Study Results from University of Santa Cecilia  4 Traders1 month ago Findings from University of Life Sciences Provides New Data on Water Resources  Water Environment Federation15 hours ago
Astrobiology Magazine

Ancient 'Great Leap Forward' for Life in the Open Ocean

University of Bristol researchers study genomic data of cyanobacteria to shed new light on how complex life evolved on Earth A plankton bloom in the Capricorn Channel off the Queensland coast of Australia - Trichodesmium — a ...
 Astrobiology Magazine1 month ago An ancient 'Great Leap Forward' for life in the open ocean  University Of Bristol1 month ago 4 Ways Tiny Microbes Changed Life on Earth Forever  Gizmodo1 week ago Nitrogen May Have Caused 'Great Leap Forward' in Ocean Life  Laboratory Equipment1 month ago

Engineering Cyanobacteria for Production of a Cyclic Hydrocarbon from CO2 and H2O

Cyclic hydrocarbons are a critical component of petroleum fuels. However, biofuels produced by current biochemical and thermochemical processes contain little cyclic hydrocarbons, which can only provide the requisite performance characteristics with ...
 RSC2 weeks ago Engineering Synechocystis PCC6803 for Hydrogen Production: Influence on the Tolerance to Oxidative and Sugar Stresses  PLoS Medicine1 month ago

Genetic engineering increases yield of biodegradable plastic from cyanobacteria

Figure 1:Synechocystis cyanobacteria could become factories of bioplastic production. Credit: Kiminori Toyooka, RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science The production of plastics using biological systems such as bacteria could lead to the ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago RIKEN CSRS Achieves 3-Fold Increase in Production of PHB by Modifying Cyanobacterial Genes  OMNexus2 weeks ago Enhanced photosynthesis is crucial for improving bioplastic yields from cyanobacteria  PhysOrg.com1 month ago
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Potentially toxic algae found in the upper Tomahawk lagoon

The latest weekly samples from Tomahawk Lagoon have shown high levels of the potentially toxic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) in the upper lagoon. The cyanobacteria can produce toxins which may cause illness, such as skin reactions, in people and ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago Blue-green algae season prompts call for EIS review  Ben Global1 month ago Hurunui River users warned of algae  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Potentially toxic algae found in Whakatane River  Scoop1 month ago
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