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    1. Mitrovic, SM; Bowling, LC; Buckney, RT
      Responses of phytoplankton to in-situ nutrient enrichment; Potential influences on species dominance in a river

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    2. Codd, GA; Metcalf, JS; Ward, CJ; Beattie, KA; Bell, SG; Kaya, K; Poon, GK
      Analysis of cyanobacterial toxins by physicochemical and biochemical methods

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    3. Sharma, SK; Singh, DP; Shukla, HD; Ahmad, A; Bisen, PS
      Influence of sodium ion on heavy metal-induced inhibition of light-regulatd proton efflux and active carbon uptake in the cyanobacterium Anabaena flos-aquae

      WORLD JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    4. Draisci, R; Ferretti, E; Palleschi, L; Marchiafava, C
      Identification of anatoxins in blue-green algae food supplements using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry

      FOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS
    5. Porat, R; Teltsch, B; Perelman, A; Dubinsky, Z
      Diel buoyancy changes by the cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon ovalisporum froma shallow reservoir

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    6. Goldberg, J; Gonzalez, H; Jensen, TE; Corpe, WA
      Quantitative analysis of the elemental composition and the mass of bacterial polyphosphate bodies using STEM EDX

      MICROBIOS
    7. Kearns, KD; Hunter, MD
      Green algal extracellular products regulate antialgal toxin production in a cyanobacterium

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Beard, SJ; Davis, PA; Iglesias-Rodriguez, D; Skulberg, OM; Walsby, AE
      Gas Vesicle genes in Planktothrix spp. from Nordic lakes: strains with weak gas vesicles possess a longer variant of gvpC

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    9. Kabzinski, AKM; Juszczak, R; Miekos, E; Tarczynska, M; Sivonen, K; Rapala, J
      The first report about the presence of cyanobacterial toxins in Polish lakes

      POLISH JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
    10. Duy, TN; Lam, PKS; Shaw, GR; Connell, DW
      Toxicology and risk assessment of freshwater cyanobacterial (blue-green algal) toxins in water

      REVIEWS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    11. Brookes, JD; Ganf, GG; Oliver, RL
      Heterogeneity of cyanobacterial gas-vesicle volume and metabolic activity

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    12. Hitzfeld, BC; Hoger, SJ; Dietrich, DR
      Cyanobacterial toxins: Removal during drinking water treatment, and human risk assessment

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    13. Visviki, I; Santikul, D
      The pH tolerance of Chlamydomonas applanata (Volvocales, Chlorophyta)

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    14. Ferrao, AS; Azevedo, SMFO; DeMott, WR
      Effects of toxic and non-toxic cyanobacteria on the life history of tropical and temperate cladocerans

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    15. Kaas, H; Henriksen, P
      Saxitoxins (PSP toxins) in Danish lakes

      WATER RESEARCH
    16. Brittain, S; Mohamed, ZA; Wang, J; Lehmann, VKB; Carmichael, WW; Rinehart, KL
      Isolation and characterization of microcystins from a River Nile strain ofOscillatoria tenuis Agardh ex Gomont

      TOXICON
    17. Offner, S; Hofacker, A; Wanner, G; Pfeifer, F
      Eight of fourteen gvp genes are sufficient for formation of gas vesicles in halophilic archaea

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    18. Salmaso, N
      Factors affecting the seasonality and distribution of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes: a case study from the large lakes south of the Alps, with special reference to Lake Garda

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    19. Ivanov, KA; Moor, NA; Lavrik, OI
      Non-canonical functions of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    20. Ramanan, S; Tang, J; Velayudhan, A
      Isolation and preparative purification of microcystin variants

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    21. Beard, SJ; Handley, BA; Hayes, PK; Walsby, AE
      The diversity of gas vesicle genes in Planktothrix rubescens from Lake Zurich

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    22. Olli, K; Heiskanen, AS
      Seasonal stages of phytoplankton community structure and sinking loss in the Gulf of Riga

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    23. Moore, BS
      Biosynthesis of marine natural products: microorganisms and macroalgae

      NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS
    24. Porat, R; Teltsch, B; Mosse, RA; Dubinsky, Z; Walsby, AE
      Turbidity changes caused by collapse of cyanobacterial gas vesicles in water pumped from Lake Kinneret into the Israeli National Water Carrier

      WATER RESEARCH
    25. Wallace, BB; Hamilton, DP
      The effect of variations in irradiance on buoyancy regulation in Microcystis aeruginosa

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    26. Barker, GLA; Hayes, PK; O'Mahony, SL; Vacharapiyasophon, P; Walsby, AE
      A molecular and phenotypic analysis of Nodularia (cyanobacteria) from the Baltic Sea

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    27. Lee, DY; Rhee, GY
      Kinetics of growth and death in Anabaena flos-aquae (cyanobacteria) under light limitation and supersaturation

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    28. Kim, JS; Park, YH; Yoon, BD; Oh, HM
      Establishment of axenic cultures of Anabaena flos-aquae and Aphanothece nidulans (Cyanobacteria) by lysozyme treatment

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    29. Takino, M; Daishima, S; Yamaguchi, K
      Analysis of anatoxin-a in freshwaters by automated on-line derivatization-liquid chromatography-electrospray mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    30. HOLTE HR; ERIKSEN S; SKULBERG O; AAS P
      THE EFFECT OF WATER-SOLUBLE CYANOTOXIN(S) PRODUCED BY 2 SPECIES OF ANABAENA ON THE RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE FROM THE PERIPHERAL CHOLINERGICNERVOUS-SYSTEM OF THE RAT AIRWAY

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    31. OFFNER S; ZIESE U; WANNER G; TYPKE D; PFEIFER F
      STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HALOBACTERIAL GAS VESICLES

      Microbiology
    32. PARK HD; KIM B; KIM E; OKINO T
      HEPATOTOXIC MICROCYSTINS AND NEUROTOXIC ANATOXIN-A IN CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS FROM KOREAN LAKES

      Environmental toxicology and water quality
    33. SUKENIK A; ROSIN C; PORAT R; TELTSCH B; BANKER R; CARMELI S
      TOXINS FROM CYANOBACTERIA AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON WATER-QUALITYOF LAKE KINNERET, ISRAEL

      Israel journal of plant sciences
    34. ALHAMDANI S; BURNETT C; DURRANT G
      EFFECT OF LOW-DOSE ULTRASONIC TREATMENT ON SPIRULINA-MAXIMA

      Aquacultural engineering
    35. GONZALEZ H; JENSEN TE
      NICKEL SEQUESTERING BY POLYPHOSPHATE BODIES IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Microbios
    36. Snell, TW
      Chemical ecology of rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    37. Boxhorn, JE; Holen, DA; Boraas, ME
      Toxicity of the Chrysophyte flagellate Poterioochromonas malhamensis to the rotifer Brachionus angularis

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    38. GILBERT JJ; SCHREIBER DK
      ASEXUAL DIAPAUSE INDUCED BY FOOD LIMITATION IN THE ROTIFER SYNCHAETA-PECTINATA

      Ecology
    39. JAMES KJ; FUREY A; SHERLOCK IR; STACK MA; TWOHIG M; CAUDWELL FB; SKULBERG OM
      SENSITIVE DETERMINATION OF ANATOXIN-A, HOMOANATOXIN-A AND THEIR DEGRADATION PRODUCTS BY LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH FLUOROMETRIC DETECTION

      Journal of chromatography
    40. MOONEY HM; PATCHING JW
      ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF THE MARINE MICROALGA DUNALIELLA-TERTIOLECTA EXPOSED TO TRIPHENYLTIN

      Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology
    41. KINSMAN R; HAYES PK
      GENES ENCODING PROTEINS HOMOLOGOUS TO HALOBACTERIAL GVPS-N, GVPS-J, GVPS-K, GVPS-F AND GVPS-L ARE LOCATED DOWNSTREAM OF GVPC IN THE CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE

      DNA sequence
    42. MEZ K; BEATTIE KA; CODD GA; HANSELMANN K; HAUSER B; NAEGELI H; PREISIG HR
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MICROCYSTIN IN BENTHIC CYANOBACTERIA LINKED TO CATTLE DEATHS ON ALPINE PASTURES IN SWITZERLAND

      European journal of phycology
    43. OHAGAN D
      PYRROLE, PYRROLIDINE, PYRIDINE, PIPERIDINE, AZEPINE AND TROPANE ALKALOIDS

      Natural product reports
    44. CARMICHAEL WW; EVANS WR; YIN QQ; BELL P; MOCZYDLOWSKI E
      EVIDENCE FOR PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONS IN THE FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIUM LYNGBYA-WOLLEI (FARLOW EX GOMONT) COMB. NOV

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    45. HENRIKSEN P; CARMICHAEL WW; AN JS; MOESTRUP O
      DETECTION OF AN ANATOXIN-A(S)-LIKE ANTICHOLINESTERASE IN NATURAL BLOOMS AND CULTURES OF CYANOBACTERIA BLUE-GREEN ALGAE FROM DANISH LAKES AND IN THE STOMACH CONTENTS OF POISONED BIRDS/

      Toxicon
    46. JAMES KJ; SHERLOCK IR; STACK MA
      ANATOXIN-A IN IRISH FRESH-WATER AND CYANOBACTERIA, DETERMINED USING ANEW FLUOROMETRIC LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD

      Toxicon
    47. FUJII K; SIVONEN K; ADACHI K; NOGUCHI K; SANO H; HIRAYAMA K; SUZUKI M; HARADA K
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF TOXIC AND NONTOXIC CYANOBACTERIAL PRODUCTS - NOVEL PEPTIDES FROM TOXIC NODULARIA-SPUMIGENA AV1

      Tetrahedron letters
    48. LEE DY; RHEE GY
      KINETICS OF CELL-DEATH IN THE CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE AND THE PRODUCTION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON

      Journal of phycology
    49. POWELL MW
      ANALYSIS OF ANATOXIN-A IN AQUEOUS SAMPLES

      Chromatographia
    50. MERILUOTO J
      CHROMATOGRAPHY OF MICROCYSTINS

      Analytica chimica acta
    51. AAS P; ERIKSEN S; KOLDERUP J; LUNDY P; HAUGEN JE; SKULBERG OM; FONNUM F
      ENHANCEMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY HOMOANATOXIN-A FROM OSCILLATORIA-FORMOSA

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    52. JAMES KJ; SHERLOCK IR
      DETERMINATION OF THE CYANOBACTERIAL NEUROTOXIN, ANATOXIN-A, BY DERIVATIZATION USING 7-FLUORO-4-NITRO-2,1,3-BENZOXADIAZOLE (NBD-F) AND HPLC ANALYSIS WITH FLUOROMETRIC DETECTION

      BMC. Biomedical chromatography
    53. VASCONCELOS VM; SIVONEN K; EVANS WR; CARMICHAEL WW; NAMIKOSHI M
      HEPATOTOXIC MICROCYSTIN DIVERSITY IN CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS COLLECTED IN PORTUGUESE FRESH-WATERS

      Water research
    54. BAGCHI SN
      CYANOBACTERIAL TOXINS

      Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research
    55. IBELINGS BW
      CHANGES IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN RESPONSE TO COMBINED IRRADIANCE AND TEMPERATURE STRESS IN CYANOBACTERIAL SURFACE WATERBLOOMS

      Journal of phycology
    56. FRADKIN SC; GILBERT JJ
      DAPHNIA VERTICAL-DISTRIBUTION AND THE PRESENCE OF TOXIC CYANOBACTERIA

      Hydrobiologia
    57. GILBERT JJ
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE RESPONSE OF PLANKTONIC ROTIFERS TO A TOXIC CYANOBACTERIUM

      Ecology
    58. SHIRAHASHI H; MORIMOTO T; NAGATSU A; MURAKAMI N; TATTA K; SAKAKIBARA J; TOKUDA H; NISHINO H
      ANTITUMOR-PROMOTING ACTIVITIES OF VARIOUS SYNTHETIC O-(6'-O-ACYL-BETA-D-GALACTOPYRANOSYL)-SN-GLYCEROLS RELATED TO NATURAL PRODUCT FROM FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE F FLOS-AQUAE

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    59. MCMASTER TJ; MILES MJ; WALSBY AE
      DIRECT OBSERVATION OF PROTEIN SECONDARY STRUCTURE IN GAS VESICLES BY ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Biophysical journal
    60. EDWARDS C; LAWTON LA; COYLE SM; ROSS P
      AUTOMATED PURIFICATION OF MICROCYSTINS

      Journal of chromatography
    61. KINSMAN R; WALSBY AE; HAYES PK
      GVPCS WITH REDUCED NUMBERS OF REPEATING SEQUENCE ELEMENTS BIND TO ANDSTRENGTHEN CYANOBACTERIAL GAS VESICLES

      Molecular microbiology
    62. OJANPERA I; PELANDER A; VUORI E; HIMBERG K; WARIS M; NIINIVAARA K
      DETECTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS BY TLC

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    63. KREUTZWEISER DP; CAPELL SS; SOUSA BC
      HEXAZINONE EFFECTS ON STREAM PERIPHYTON AND INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    64. SOPER BW; REDDY KJ
      DISTRIBUTION AND HOMOLOGY OF PLASMIDS IN SEVERAL STRAINS OF CYANOTHECE

      Current microbiology
    65. HAYES PK; POWELL RS
      THE GVPA C CLUSTER OF ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE HAS MULTIPLE COPIES OF A GENE ENCODING GVPA/

      Archives of microbiology
    66. VASCONCELOS VM
      UPTAKE AND DEPURATION OF THE HEPTAPEPTIDE TOXIN MICROCYSTIN-LR IN MYTILUS-GALLOPROVINCIALIS

      Aquatic toxicology
    67. TANG M; JENSEN TE; CORPE WA
      THE OCCURRENCE OF POLYPHOSPHATE BODIES IN POLYHEDRAL BODIES (CARBOXYSOMES) IN SYNECHOCOCCUS-LEOPOLIENSIS (CYANOPHYCEAE)

      Microbios
    68. HEMSCHEIDT T; BURGOYNE DL; MOORE RE
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF ANATOXIN-A(S) - (2S,4S)-4-HYDROXYARGININE AS AN INTERMEDIATE

      Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications
    69. KOTAK BG; LAM AKY; PREPAS EE; KENEFICK SL; HRUDEY SE
      VARIABILITY OF THE HEPATOTOXIN MICROCYSTIN-LR IN HYPEREUTROPHIC DRINKING-WATER LAKES

      Journal of phycology
    70. SARTONOV A
      EFFECTS OF MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA ON INTERFERENCE COMPETITION BETWEENDAPHNIA-PULEX AND KERATELLA-COCHLEARIS

      Hydrobiologia
    71. WALZ N
      ROTIFER POPULATIONS IN PLANKTON COMMUNITIES - ENERGETICS AND LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES

      Experientia
    72. VASCONCELOS VM; SIVONEN K; EVANS WR; CARMICHAEL WW; NAMIKOSHI M
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROCYSTINS (HEPTAPEPTIDE HEPATOTOXINS) FROM PORTUGUESE STRAINS OF MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA KUTZ EMEND ELEKIN

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    73. SMITH AD; GILBERT JJ
      RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITIES OF ROTIFERS AND CLADOCERANS TO MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    74. FIORE MF; TREVORS JT
      CELL COMPOSITION AND METAL TOLERANCE IN CYANOBACTERIA

      BioMetals
    75. FRANCKO DA; ALHAMDANI S; JOO GJ
      ENHANCEMENT OF NITROGEN-FIXATION IN ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE (CYANOBACTERIA) VIA LOW-DOSE ULTRASONIC TREATMENT

      Journal of applied phycology
    76. RINEHART KL; NAMIKOSHI M; CHOI BW
      STRUCTURE AND BIOSYNTHESIS OF TOXINS FROM BLUE-GREEN-ALGAE (CYANOBACTERIA)

      Journal of applied phycology
    77. RAPALA J; LAHTI K; SIVONEN K; NIEMELA SI
      BIODEGRADABILITY AND ADSORPTION ON LAKE-SEDIMENTS OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS AND ANATOXIN-A

      Letters in applied microbiology
    78. ELSHEEKH MM; KOTKAT HM; HAMMOUDA OHE
      EFFECT OF ATRAZINE HERBICIDE ON GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS, AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION IN THE UNICELLULAR GREEN-ALGA CHLORELLA-KESSLERI

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    79. WALSBY AE
      GAS VESICLES

      Microbiological reviews
    80. VISVIKI I; RACHLIN JW
      ACUTE AND CHRONIC EXPOSURE OF DUNALIELLA-SALINA AND CHLAMYDOMONAS-BULLOSA TO COPPER AND CADMIUM - EFFECTS ON ULTRASTRUCTURE

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    81. HUMPAGE AR; ROSITANO J; BRETAG AH; BROWN R; BAKER PD; NICHOLSON BC; STEFFENSEN DA
      PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONS FROM AUSTRALIAN CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS

      Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    82. NICHOLSON BC; ROSITANO J; BURCH MD
      DESTRUCTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL PEPTIDE HEPATOTOXINS BY CHLORINE AND CHLORAMINE

      Water research
    83. AN JS; CARMICHAEL WW
      USE OF A COLORIMETRIC PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITION ASSAY AND ENZYME-LINKED-IMMUNOSORBENT-ASSAY FOR THE STUDY OF MICROCYSTINS AND NODULARINS

      Toxicon
    84. TSUJI K; NAITO S; KONDO F; WATANABE MF; SUZUKI S; NAKAZAWA H; SUZUKI M; SHIMADA T; HARADA K
      A CLEANUP METHOD FOR ANALYSTS OF TRACE AMOUNTS OF MICROCYSTINS IN LAKE WATER

      Toxicon
    85. HARADA K; OHTANI I; IWAMOTO K; SUZUKI M; WATANABE MF; WATANABE M; TERAO K
      ISOLATION OF CYLINDROSPERMOPSIN FROM A CYANOBACTERIUM UMEZAKIA NATANSAND ITS SCREENING METHOD

      Toxicon
    86. LUUKKAINEN R; NAMIKOSHI M; SIVONEN K; RINEHART KL; NIEMELA SI
      ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF 12 MICROCYSTINS FROM 4 STRAINS AND 2 BLOOM SAMPLES OF MICROCYSTIS SPP - STRUCTURE OF A NEW HEPATOTOXIN

      Toxicon
    87. GALLON JR; KITTAKOOP P; BROWN EG
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF ANATOXIN-A BY ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE - EXAMINATION OF PRIMARY ENZYMATIC STEPS

      Phytochemistry
    88. MATEO P; FERNANDEZPINAS F; BONILLA I
      O-2-INDUCED INACTIVATION OF NITROGENASE AS A MECHANISM FOR THE TOXIC ACTION OF CD2-208( ON NOSTOC UAM)

      New phytologist
    89. OLIVER RL
      FLOATING AND SINKING IN GAS-VACUOLATE CYANOBACTERIA

      Journal of phycology
    90. THOMPSON PA; OH HM; RHEE GY
      STORAGE OF PHOSPHORUS IN NITROGEN-FIXING ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE (CYANOPHYCEAE)

      Journal of phycology
    91. HOWARD A
      PROBLEM CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS - EXPLANATION AND SIMULATION MODELING

      Transactions Institute of British Geographers
    92. ZHANG WX; MAJIDI V
      MONITORING THE CELLULAR-RESPONSE OF STICHOCOCCUS-BACILLARIS TO EXPOSURE OF SEVERAL DIFFERENT METALS USING IN-VIVO P-31-NMR AND OTHER SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES

      Environmental science & technology
    93. HANEY JF; FORSYTH DJ; JAMES MR
      INHIBITION OF ZOOPLANKTON FILTERING RATES BY DISSOLVED INHIBITORS PRODUCED BY NATURALLY-OCCURRING CYANOBACTERIA

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    94. SINGH DP; SHARMA SK; BISEN PS
      DIFFERENTIAL ACTION OF HG2-A FLUORESCENCE, AND PHOTOSYSTEM-II DEPENDENT ELECTRON-TRANSPORT IN THE CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA-FLOS-AQUAE( AND CD2+ ON THE PHYCOBILISOMES AND CHLOROPHYLL)

      BioMetals
    95. JIANG JQ; GRAHAM NJD; HARWARD C
      COMPARISON OF POLYFERRIC SULFATE WITH OTHER COAGULANTS FOR THE REMOVAL OF ALGAE AND ALGAE-DERIVED ORGANIC-MATTER

      Water science and technology
    96. HOWARD A
      SCUM - SIMULATION OF CYANOBACTERIAL UNDERWATER MOVEMENT

      Computer applications in the biosciences
    97. KONOPKA AE; KLEMER AR; WALSBY AE; IBELINGS BW
      EFFECTS OF MACRONUTRIENTS UPON BUOYANCY REGULATION BY METALIMNETIC OSCILLATORIA-AGARDHII IN DEMING LAKE, MINNESOTA

      Journal of plankton research
    98. HARADA K; NAGAI H; KIMURA Y; SUZUKI M; PARK HD; WATANABE MF; LUUKKAINEN R; SIVONEN K; CARMICHAEL WW
      LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRIC DETECTION OF ANATOXIN-A, A NEUROTOXIN FROM CYANOBACTERIA

      Tetrahedron
    99. GU B; ALEXANDER V
      ESTIMATION OF N-2 FIXATION BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE NATURAL-ABUNDANCE OF N-15 AMONG FRESH-WATER N-2-FIXING AND NON-N-2-FIXING ALGAE

      Oecologia
    100. JENSEN TE
      A MORPHOMETRIC STUDY OF NATURAL AND LABORATORY GROWN GLOEOTRICHIA SPECIES

      Microbios


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