Blue-Green Algae

Bart Nelissen nelissen at uia.ua.ac.be
Mon Aug 21 10:46:38 EST 1995


Hello,


Blue-green algae are called cyanobacteria, because they are bacteria and 
not algae. Some general information can be found in Bergey's Manual of 
Systematic Bacteriology. The part about cyanobacteria contains a general 
description, including morphology, structure, biochemistry, and 
physiology. Some WWW sites are:

http://clas.www.pdx.edu/~taylorh/cn11-1.html" (CyanoNews)

http://clas.www.pdx.edu/~moulton/taxon79.html" (The Cyanobacteria
and Their Taxonomy)

http://cyanolab.sb1.pdx.edu/" (CyanoLab)

http://www.bio.purdue.edu/nscort/cyano.html" (Algal Research
Group)

Hope this helps,

                Bart Nelissen

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