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Aspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae
Thomas E Jensen
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Corvallis, Or, Springfield Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas E. Jensen and Linda Sicko-Goad|
|Series||Research reporting series|
|Contributions||Sicko-Goad, Linda, jt. auth, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development, Herbert H. Lehman College|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
Thus, assuming optimal growth conditions, and maximum phosphate utilization, the maximum algal crop that could be grown from 1 kg of P would be 1 tonne of wet algae under laboratory conditions or kg in the field. If a cellular content of P in algae is % then 1 kg of P could be distributed among 1 kg of algae (wet weight). Phosphates are consumed by algae, and held within its cell walls. When algae is present in water, phosphate levels seem lower, because so much of them are already consumed. That being said, when algae is killed by chlorine (or an EPA-Registered algaecide), the phosphates and other micronutrients are released back into the water.
acad acid activity addition agri agricultural Aiyer algal inoculation ammonia ammonium amount Anabaena application Aulosira fertilissima bacteria biological carbon chemical comparable Considerable Control crop cultivation culture Cylindrospermum effect of algal et al extracellular factors fertilizer fixing blue-green algae Fogg four Goyal grain. Changes in cell architecture at the electron microscope level have been followed in um during conditions of phosphate starvation and rapid uptake. Cells from day-old cultures were starved of phosphorus for 5 days and then inoculated into a medium containing 10 mg PO 4 /liter. Polyphosphate bodies developed in five different areas of the cells: (1) in ribosomal areas, (2) on strands.
The wide utilization of algae for food product manufacturing opens alternative ways for food acquisition, protecting both the food supply and the planet’s resources. The sustainability aspects of mass algae production implementation seem to be indisputable regarding . utilization of sewage in the production of algae that would be suitable for animal feeds, fertilizers, and other products (2). Algae may serve in the near future as commercial sources for vitamins. hormones, and antibiotics (3). It has been estimated that, each year, about 5 million tons of algal nutrients.
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Aspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae. Corvallis, Or.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.
The effects of various external phosphate concentrations on physiological and cytological aspects of Plectonema boryanum have been studied. boryanum was found to tolerate a wide range of phosphate concentrations, from 1 to mg of phosphate per liter.
Growth of the alga in these concentrations was characterized by changes in the subcellular distribution of phosphorus-containing. EPA/ September ASPECTS OF PHOSPHATE UTILIZATION BY BLUE-GREEN ALGAE by Thomas E. Jensen and Linda Sicko-Goad Herbert H.
Lehman College of CUNY Bronx, New York Project R Project Officer William Miller Special Studies Branch Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory Corvallis, Oregon CORVALLIS ENVIRONMENTAL. Physiological and cytological aspects of phosphate utilization by the blue-green alga Plectonema boryanum were studied.
It was found that the external phosphate concentration influenced the distribution of phosphorus- containing compounds as well as cell architecture. Aspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae book Physiological aspects of phosphate utilization by the blue‐green alga Plectonema boryanum were studied.
It was found that the external phosphate concentration influenced the distribution of phospho Cited by: Biochem. Physiol. Pflanzen() Short Communication Phosphate Utilization and the Activity of Phosphatases during Sporulation in Two Blue-green Algae T.
SARMA and MINI MEHTA Department of Botany, Punjabi University, Patiala, India Key Term Index: phosphate and glycerophosphate utilization, sporulation, activity of phosphatases; Anabaena torulosa, A.
Reflecting the proceedings of a International Symposium on the Biochemistry of the Algae and Cyanobacteria, this book covers such topics as algal metabolism, bioenergetics, metabolic control, extracellular products, and aspects of biotechnology. The distinguished contributors review studies with marine macroalgae, as well as microalgae and prokaryotic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae).
Initiated by Indo-German cooperation on large-scale cultivation of microalgae, aspects of production, processing and utilization of the blue-green alga (cyanobacterium) Spirulina platensis were studied with regard to Indian conditions, with the immediate objective of utilizing the algal biomass at rural levels as animal feed.
Thus, simple techniques involving less energy and capital were. - you can’t have one without the other. Phosphates in your pool water are bad news because ortho-phosphate is the major algae food in pools.
Algae can get by, and even proliferate, on just a few basics - food, light and water. When you’re an alga spore, the light and water are pretty easy to come by in a swimming pool but food is a bit more complicated because the pool-owner can control.
"Phosphate removers should not be used to clear an existing algae bloom since the oxidation of algae will release additional orthophosphate. Use them after clearing algae from a pool." In other words, a solid one-two punch to clear an existing algae bloom is to shock with chlorine, and follow it up with a phosphate remover like PR, Glucosephosphate utilization by marine algae.
Phycol. 1: – Google Scholar Kylin, A., The influence of photosynthetic factors and metabolic inhibitors on the uptake of phosphate in P-deficient Scenedesmus. Physiol. – Google Scholar.
Blue-green algae have a high protein, iron, and other mineral content which is absorbed when taken orally. Blue-green algae are being researched for their potential effects on the immune system. Abstract. The growth response of Anacystis nidulans to sodium and phosphate was studied in batch culture under controlled laboratory conditions.
Sodium (range=0–10 mg/l) significantly enhanced growth, most notably, after sodium and phosphate starvation. The magnitude of the increase in growth was dependent on the initial cell density, external concentrations of phosphate, sodium, and.
The usage of blue-green algae (BGA) started in early twentieth century, but recent understandings of cellular and metabolic diversities of BGA have given a new hope in wastewater treatment. The online books page search resultsou requested books with titles with the words greentreating of loam, dry sand and green sand moulding and containing a practical treatise upon the management of cupolas and the melting of ironaspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae.
Opening Hours. Mon - Sat - Physiological aspects of phosphate utilization by the blue-green alga Plectonema boyanum were studied. It was found that the external phosphate concentration influenced the distribution of phosphorus-containing compounds in the cell. Culturing the alga in concentrations of ATP-linked energy regulation, polyphosphate pools and storage roles, phospholipids and phospholipases; (5) steady-state and transient-state models relating phosphate utilization to growth; (6.
Cheung WY, Gibbs M. Dark and photometabolism of sugars by a blue green alga: Tolypothrix tenuis. Plant Physiol. Apr; 41 (4)– [PMC free article] Grossman A, McGowan RE. Regulation of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase in blue-green algae. Plant Physiol. Apr; 55 (4)– [PMC free article] Horton AA. One of the studies (Nitrate and phosphate levels positively affect the growth of algae species found in Perry Pond., STEFFII FRIED, BRENDAN MACKIE, and ERIN NOTHWEHR, Biology Department, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IAUSA) he referred to states, "As expected, nitrate and phosphate levels both significantly affected algal growth.
These results are supported by Ryan et al. The organic phosphate is the phosphate that is bound or tied up in autotrophs, waste solids, or other organic materials.
After decomposition, this phosphate can be converted to orthophosphate. Algae and plants are the key elements to passing on phosphates to other living organisms, but their importance in phosphorus cycle is connected mainly to. Algae and cyanobacteria in fresh water T he term algae refers to microscopically small, unicellular organisms, some of which form colonies and thus reach sizes visible to the naked eye as minute green particles.
These organisms are usually ﬁnely dispersed throughout the water and may cause considerable turbidity if they attain high densities.Algae - Algae - Evolution and paleontology of algae: Modern ultrastructural and molecular studies have provided important information that has led to a reassessment of the evolution of algae.
In addition, the fossil record for some groups of algae has hindered evolutionary studies, and the realization that some algae are more closely related to protozoa or fungi than they are to other algae.The blue-green algae are most frequently involved in the contamination of water supplies, but the greens, the flagellated golden-brown, and the diatoms are also troublesome at times.
Mention may be made of Prymnesium parvum, Gymnodinium veneficum and Microcystis spp. which cause mortality of fish and domestic animals that drink water infested.