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Oscillatoria is a genus of filamentous cyanobacteria which is named for the oscillation in its movement. Filaments in the colonies can slide back and forth against each other until the whole mass is reoriented to its light source. It is commonly found in watering-troughs waters, and is mainly blue-green or brown-green. Oscillatoria is an organism that...
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genus of blue-green algae common in freshwater environments, including hot springs. This unbranched filamentous alga, occurring singly or in tangled mats, derives its name from its slow, rhythmic oscillating motion, which is thought to result from a secretion of mucilage that pushes the filament away from the direction of excretion. Reproduction is by...
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Violuric acid can be used to inhibit and/or prevent the growth of many ... Ankistrodesmus, Anabaena, Synura, Oscillatoria, Chlamydomonas, Coccochloris ...
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Prepared slides of Anabaena, Oscillatoria, and Nostoc are available for you to study. ... 4. Is the gelatinous sheath evident in Oscillatoria? ...
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Oscillatoria amphibia. Oscillatoria anguina. Oscillatoria angusta. Oscillatoria angustissima ... Oscillatoria articulata. Oscillatoria bornetii. Oscillatoria ...
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Oscillatoria (Trichodesmium) thiebautii (Cyanophyta) in ... Hydrogen production and nitrogen fixation by Oscillatoria thiebautii during in situ incubations. ...
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Antarctic Cyanobacteria - taxa and samples from the Dry ... Oscillatoria koettlitzi. 7-9.5. Maybe. Yes. Maybe. Maybe. Trichomes between 7-9.5 µm in width. ...
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Antarctic Cyanobacteria - taxa and samples from the Dry Valleys, supported by McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER ... Oscillatoria subproboscieda. 7.5-10. Yes. Yes. No. Maybe ...
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One of the largest and most important groups of bacteria on earth. ... Images of Nostoc and Oscillatoria provided by the University of Wisconsin ...
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Media. Paramaecium 400x. Stentor 100x. Closterium 100x. Amoeba 100x. Oscillatoria. Rotifer ... Place slide under microscope and observe. Phacus. Paramaecium ...
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