Chroococcales


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Chroococcales

[‚krō·ō·kə′kā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of blue-green algae (Cyanophyceae) that reproduce by cell division and colony fragmentation only.
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Cyanobacteria (Chroococcales) with abundance <0.5% were detected in SS inoculum, while 2% were identified in IGBS inoculum (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)).
The identification and classification of the phytoplankton were based on Komarek and Anagnostidis (1986) for Chroococcales; Anagnostidis and Komarek (1988) for Oscillatoriales; and Bourrelly (1972) for Euglenophyta, Cryptophyta and Chlorophyta.
Cohen Bazire (1971) Purification andproperties of unicellular blue green algae (Order Chroococcales).
Ten taxa of Cyanophyta were identified, belonging to the orders Oscillatoriales, Chroococcales, Nostocales and Pseudanabaenales (Table 1).
From 16 species identified 6 species belonged to the order Oscillatoriales, 4 species to the order Chroococcales, 3 Species to the order Synechoccales and 2 species to the order Nostocales.
Chroococcales UCYN-A Gamml Gainm2 Gamm3 Gamm4 Cluster III Bacteroidetes Group Reference (Common Name) Copepods Mullin (1967) Euphausiids Mullin (1967) Brinton (1962) Brinton (1962) Brinton (1962) Sielfeld et at.
Agardh) Bornet et Flahault Orden Chroococcales Microcystaceae 9.