Microcystis colony formation: extracellular polymeric substance, associated microorganisms, and its application
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- Microcystis colony formation: extracellular polymeric substance, associated microorganisms, and its application
- Ve Van Le; A Srivastava; So-Ra Ko; Chi-Yong Ahn; Hee-Mock Oh
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- Bioresource Technology, vol. 360, pp. 127610-127610
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- Microcystis sp., amongst the most prevalent bloom-forming cyanobacteria, is typically found as a colonial form with multiple microorganisms embedded in the mucilage known as extracellular polymeric substance. The colony-forming ability of Microcystis has been thoroughly investigated, as has the connection between Microcystis and other microorganisms, which is crucial for colony development. The following are the key subjects to comprehend Microcystis bloom in depth: 1) key issues related to the Microcystis bloom, 2) features and functions of extracellular polymeric substance, as well as diversity of associated microorganisms, and 3) applications of Microcystis-microorganisms interaction including bloom control, polluted water bioremediation, and bioactive compound production. Future research possibilities and recommendations regarding Microcystis-microorganism interactions and their significance in Microcystis colony formation are also explored. More information on such interactions, as well as the mechanism of Microcystis colony formation, can bring new insights into cyanobacterial bloom regulation and a better understanding of the aquatic ecosystem.
- Microcystis colonyExtracellular polymeric substance (EPS)MicroorganismsCyanobacterial harmful algal bloom (CyanoHAB)Bloom control
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