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is there any microorganism that consumes Cyanophyta?

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Old 02-01-2006, 06:28 PM
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Default is there any microorganism that consumes Cyanophyta?



Hi there,
I come from Poland, Gdansk. Each year in our Baltic sea we observe a huge
number of Cyanophyta which later on are polute our sandy beaches - is there
any micro organisms which comsume Cyanophyta to such extend they are no
longer appear on our beaches?
Can you direct me to any institute or university which conducts certain
research?
Regards,
Marcin


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