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Cyanobacterial blooms: why are they toxic?

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Cyanobacterial blooms: why are they toxic?
Title
Cyanobacterial blooms: why are they toxic?
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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  • Blackburn, Susan
  • Bolch, Christopher
  • Jones, Gary
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  • Health
  • Water
  • Algae
Label
Cyanobacterial blooms: why are they toxic?
Instantiates
Note
In: Managing Algal Blooms, 1997 pp.67-77
Contents
Certain algal blooms produce toxins which are harmful to humans and animals. This research conducted by the CSIRO investigated three toxic bloom species and looked at genetic control of toxicity, environmental influences and the ways in which toxins naturally degrade. Curriculum area: Senior science
Control code
cls00045876
Extent
11p
Issn
0643060499
Label
Cyanobacterial blooms: why are they toxic?
Note
In: Managing Algal Blooms, 1997 pp.67-77
Contents
Certain algal blooms produce toxins which are harmful to humans and animals. This research conducted by the CSIRO investigated three toxic bloom species and looked at genetic control of toxicity, environmental influences and the ways in which toxins naturally degrade. Curriculum area: Senior science
Control code
cls00045876
Extent
11p
Issn
0643060499

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