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cyanobacterial

Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the cyanobacteria

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  • adjective relating to or caused by photosynthetic bacteria of the class Cyanobacteria

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Examples

  • There is some evidence to suggest that the increase in atmospheric oxygen from cyanobacterial photosynthesis may have contributed to the formation of the granite "basement" for the continents.

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  • Although there was little difference in soil moisture and plant water relations, and water availability did not constrain the adult vascular plants, surface water flow in snow-flush areas (accumulations of snow that provide water during summer) allowed greater development of cyanobacterial soil crusts, prolonged their nitrogen fixing activity, and resulted in greater soil nitrogen concentrations [89].

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  • The arctic periglacial environment represents a unique mosaic of unstable habitats (gradation between terrestrial and shallow wetland environments) where large variations in cyanobacterial and algal diversity, productivity, and life strategy exist [190].

    Phenotypic responses of arctic species to changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation

  • By analyzing DNA sequences contained in the plastid of the thecate amoeba Paulinella, researchers have shown that it is a recent endosymbiont whose genome features are virtually unchanged from those of its cyanobacterial progenitor.

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  • Arteni AA, Lax J, Yeremenko N, D'Haene S, et al. (2005) Structure and functional role of supercomplexes of IsiA and Photosystem I in cyanobacterial photosynthesis.

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  • A far-red light was first applied to the dark-adapted cyanobacterial cultures to fully oxidize PSI, which was followed by a series of saturation flashes to determine the S1 level.

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  • A far-red light was first applied to the dark-adapted cyanobacterial cultures to fully oxidize PSI, which was followed by a series of saturation flashes to determine the S1 level.

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  • Regardless of the ambiguity in functions, IsiA is important for the survival of cyanobacterial cells under HL conditions as reported

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  • Vinnemeier J, Kunert A, Lindner I, Gemmer B, et al. (2001) Detection of the isiA gene across cyanobacterial strains: Potential for probing iron deficiency.

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  • Sherman LA (2007) Reflections on the function of IsiA, a cyanobacterial stress-inducible, Chl-binding protein.

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