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  • noun Plural form of cyanobacterium.

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Examples

  • Even if you don’t go for global warming, what about the increased CO2 that has caused huge algal blooms (which contain cyanobacteria – exposure to high levels of cyanobacteria can cause ALS as proven during the Gulf War) the size of Texas in our oceans?

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  • Studies of their microbial descendants, known as cyanobacteria, suggest that these peculiar rocks slowly formed when mats of micro-organisms trapped sediments and precipitated carbonates.

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  • After examination we recognized this was a blue-green bacterium, also known as cyanobacteria, which are abundant in habitats that are severely stressed or have too many nutrients.

    Dr. Terry Gosliner: From Beautiful Nudibranchs to Coral Graveyards: Marine Research in the Indian and Pacific Oceans (PHOTOS)

  • The tiny neurotoxic molecule BMAA (β-N-methylamino-L-alanine) is produced by blue-green algae (also called cyanobacteria) found worldwide.

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  • The tiny neurotoxic molecule BMAA (β-N-methylamino-L-alanine) is produced by blue-green algae (also called cyanobacteria) found worldwide.

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  • Photosynthetic microbes called cyanobacteria offer attractive advantages over the use of plants like corn or switchgrass, producing many times the energy yield with energy input from the sun and without the necessity of taking arable cropland out of production.

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  • A team of researchers at MIT and the University of California at San Diego has shown how cell division in a type of bacteria known as cyanobacteria is controlled by the same kind of circadian rhythms that govern human sleep patterns.

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  • Photosynthetic microbes called cyanobacteria offer attractive advantages over the use of plants like corn or switchgrass, producing many

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  • (The only exception to this rule involves a special group of bacteria, called cyanobacteria, which make phylloquinones instead of menaquinones.)

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  • (The only exception to this rule involves a special group of bacteria, called cyanobacteria, which make phylloquinones instead of menaquinones.)

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