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Cellular adaptations of a cyanobacterial endolith [Microbiology]

Brandon Scott Guida a and Ferran Garcia-Pichel a , 1 a School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University , Tempe, AZ 85257 Edited by Elisabeth Gantt, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and approved April 8, 2016 (received for review ... PNAS, 2 months ago

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'A Government-Sponsored Disaster': Florida Asks For Federal Help With Toxic Algae

The blue-green algae is called cyanobacteria. It can release toxins that affect the liver and nervous system. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption toggle caption Greg Allen/NPR About a hundred miles north of Miami on the Atlantic Coast, the town of ...
 NPR2 weeks ago A Government-Sponsored Disaster: Florida Asks For Federal Help With Toxic Algae  WJCT4 days ago Horrible algae bloom in Florida blamed on the government  Environmental News Network2 weeks ago

Marine Non-Cyanobacterial Diazotrophs: Moving beyond Molecular Detection

The nitrogen input through biological N2 fixation is essential for life in vast areas of the global ocean. The belief is that cyanobacteria are the only relevant N2-fixing (diazotrophic) organisms. It has, however, now become evident that ...
 Trends in Microbiology21 hours ago
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Fast-growth cyanobacteria gets thumbs up from scientists for biofuels production

Scientists from the US-based Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have discovered why the cyanobacteria called Synechococcus 7002 can produce high concentrations of biofuels. The organism, commonly called a blue-green algae, triples in size ...
 Biofuels International22 hours ago Fast-Growth Cyanobacteria Have Allure for Biofuel, Chemical Production  Lab Manager1 day ago

PNNL discovers why certain blue-green algae grows super fast under relentless bright light

In Washington state, while relentless bright light brings many forms of cyanobacteria to their knees — figuratively, of course — Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002 does the opposite , thriving and growing at a rate that far outpaces most of its peers.
 Biofuels Digest1 day ago When the going gets tough, the tough get growing  PhysOrg.com1 day ago

Algal bloom monitoring July 28, 2016: Abundant cyanobacterial blooms in lakes and in the Baltic Sea

Cyanobacterial blooms in the Gulf of Finland. Photo: The Finnish Border Guard Cyanobacteria are abundant in the South-Western Finnish open sea areas. Observations of cyanobacterial blooms have increased from last weeks in the coastal areas and ...
 Syke.fi1 day ago Algal bloom monitoring July 21, 2016: Cyanobacteria increased in the Finnish Baltic Sea areas, and decreased in lakes  Syke.fi1 week ago Algal bloom monitoring July 14, 2016: Only few abundant surface cyanobacteria blooms observed  Syke.fi2 weeks ago Algal bloom monitoring July 7, 2016: High amounts of cyanobacteria mixed in the water column in the northern Baltic proper  Syke.fi3 weeks ago

Catalog of Microscopic Organisms of the Everglades, Part 1: The Cyanobacteria

The microscopic organisms of the Everglades include numerous prokaryotic organisms, including the eubacteria, such as the cyanobacteria and non-photosynthetic bacteria, as well as several eukaryotic algae and protozoa that form the base of the food ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com2 days ago

Is Blue-Green Algae in the Future for Wyoming Crops?

Is blue-green algae in the future for Wyoming crops? Using cyanobacteria as a bio-fertilizer for commercial vegetable production is the subject of a free mini field day at Shoshone River Farm in Cody, Tuesday Aug. 9. The talk, sponsored by ...
 Northern Ag Network3 days ago Top 15 US States With Toxic Algae (Cyanobacteria) Poisoning Their Water  Before It's News3 days ago People are asking: What is causing Florida's huge Algae Bloom?  Live Trading News1 week ago Burlington's North Beach closes temporarily because of algae  VTDigger.org3 weeks ago

Op-ed: To halt algal blooms, Utah has to stop feeding them

The recent algae bloom in Utah Lake garnered considerable attention from the media and public - as it should. Cyanobacteria (also called blue-green algae) can produce some of the most powerful natural poisons (toxins) known. And the current
 EnvironmentGuru.com6 days ago Algae covering 90 percent of Utah Lake is dissipating but becoming more toxic, possibly moving  EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago Public health warning for Milford Lake  EnvironmentGuru.com4 weeks ago Lake Nipissing Algae Blooms: Mixing May Have Role  Environmental Monitor3 days ago
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Lichen Biological Pairing Actually Has A Hidden Third Partner

Advertisement Composite organisms known as lichens often emerge from the symbiotic relationship of an algae and/or cyanobacteria that live among filaments of a fungus. For one and a half century, these mutually helpful lichens have been ...
 Tech Times4 days ago Yeast emerges as hidden third partner in lichen symbiosis  PressReleasePoint4 days ago In lichen's symbiotic pairing, a third partner?  Christian Science Monitor5 days ago Yeast found to be lichen partner  AGRINews6 days ago
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