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New technique sharpens our view of phage assembly inside cyanobacteria - Your Houston News

New technique sharpens our view of phage assembly inside cyanobacteria - Your Houston News | Cyanobacteria and cyanophage | Scoop.it
New technique sharpens our view of phage assembly inside cyanobacteria Your Houston News HOUSTON – Combining a device called a Zernike phase plate with electron cryo-tomography, a consortium of scientists that includes those from Baylor College of...
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What Green Algae Are Up to in the Dark - Science Daily (press release)

What Green Algae Are Up to in the Dark - Science Daily (press release) | Cyanobacteria and cyanophage | Scoop.it
What Green Algae Are Up to in the Dark
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Stress Protection: How Blue-Green Algae Hoard Energy (Aug.
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Modifying cyanobacteria for better biofuel production | RobAid

Modifying cyanobacteria for better biofuel production | RobAid | Cyanobacteria and cyanophage | Scoop.it
Genetically engineered cyanobacteria excrete free fatty acid (FFA) and allow fuel to be collected without harvesting the cyanobacteria, since fuel from engineered cyanobacteria is excreted outside the cell, in contrast to ...
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National medalist - Marquette Mining Journal

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National medalist
Marquette Mining Journal
Chisholm won the prestigious National Medal of Science for her research on phytoplankton, specifically prochlorococcus, a cyanobacterium found in the ocean.
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Harmful Algae Blooms Plague Lake Erie Again - National Geographic

Harmful Algae Blooms Plague Lake Erie Again - National Geographic | Cyanobacteria and cyanophage | Scoop.it
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Harmful Algae Blooms Plague Lake Erie Again
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Other types, like cyanobacteria, produce toxins that are harmful to humans and can even cause death to animals that consume it.
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Sustained hydrogen production from cyanobacteria in the presence ...

Sustained hydrogen production from cyanobacteria in the presence ... | Cyanobacteria and cyanophage | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—As society's demand for renewable energy continues to grow, hydrogen (H2) is appealing because it's carbon-neutral, portable, clean, and simple. However, producing it inexpensively and in sufficient amounts ...
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Chisholm granted high honor - The MIT Tech

Chisholm granted high honor
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She now studies Prochlorococcus, the smallest and most abundant photosynthetic cell on the planet. “Pythoplankton are responsible for half of the photosynthesis on earth.
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BGD - Abstract - Coupling of the spatial dynamic of picoplankton and ...

In order to investigate the mechanism of spatial dynamics of picoplankton community (bacteria and Synechococcus spp.) and estimate the carbon flux of the microbial food web in the oligotrophic Taiwan Warm Current Water of subtropical ...
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