Song and P. We were so glad to see much progress made on toxic cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins during past years, and the ICTC does provide a global forum for a wide-ranging communication and discussion of key issues related to cyanobacterial blooms and cyanotoxins. Details about this Special Issue can be found in the Toxins website.
There was a great interest for this Themed Issue expressed by numerous authors across Europe. We believe that many of the articles will have long-lasting usefulness for the CYANOCOST community as well as for a broad audience of international researchers and experts. The papers can be viewed and downloaded here. Guest Editor : Prof.
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Contributions from areas of the planet underrepresented in the scientific literature are particularly welcome. See more details in the Special Issue page. Skip to content. Dear Colleagues, Freshwater cyanobacteria are known to produce a suite of different chemicals that can be toxic to many organisms.
Simon Mitrovic Dr. Dear Colleagues, Harmful algal blooms HABs in frehwaters and partly also in brackish, coastal seas are frequently dominated by cyanobateria. Maria Moustaka-Gouni Prof.
Ulrich Sommer Guest Editors Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June Link to the webpage of the special issue. Dear Colleagues, Cyanobacterial blooms are a water quality problem that has been widely acknowledged to cause detrimental ecological and economic effects in drinking and recreational waters supplies, and fisheries. Philipp Hess Ifremer, France and Dr. All papers dealing with the taxonomy, genetic diversity, ecology and toxicity of biofilms dominated by potentially-toxic cyanobacteria and microalgae and on risk assessment and management associated with such assemblages will be considered in this Special Issue.
Antizar-Ladislao, B. Bhattacharya, S. Ray and S. Sarkar, Impact of silver nanoparticles on benthic prokaryotes in heavy metal-contaminated estuarine sediments in a tropical environment. Chatterjee, D. Ashoke and R. Shaon, Draft genome of an ammonia producing acinetobactersp strain mcc from dairy effluent. Genome Announcements, Chattopadhyay, M. Banik and S. Production and purification of lipase by a mutant strain of Rhizopus arrhizus. Folia Microbiol.
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Pattanayak and A. Microbial DNA extraction from samples of varied origin. Thakur, P. Nandy and S. Samanta, Urinary tract infection-a survey of local population. Mukherjee, D. Ghosh and A. East kolkata wetland: a multifunctional niche of international importance. Mishra, P. Nandy and A. Waste management: A case study of ongoing traditional practices at East Calcutta Wetland. Karmaker and A.follow
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Anaerobe, 6: Amrita, G. Thungri and R. Ashoke, Draft genome of an ammonia-producing aeromonassp. Salodkar, M. Sudarshan and A. Integrated resource recovery at East Calcutta Wetland: How safe is these. Sudarshan, I. Mukherjee and A. Role of water hyacinth-mediated phytoremediation in waste water purification at East Calcutta Wetland.
Chakraborty, A. Radiation induced DNA double strand break studies of a metal sensitive novel bacterial isolate from East Calcutta Wetland. Novel microbial consortium for laboratory scale lead removal from city effluent. Mishra, V. Adarsh, A. Mukherjee, A. Novel metal accumulator and protease secretor microbes from East Calcutta Wetland. Das, S.
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Thakur and R. Bacterial isolates of marine coast as commercial producers of protease. De, S. Consumer education and increased regulatory control of foodservice establishments through inspection and strict enforcement of proper food handling practices probably have the greatest chances for success in controlling foodborne illness. The need for continual education of consumers and all food handlers concerning the significant hazards associated with foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and proper food handling procedures is evident.
Regulatory control over food handling in the home is not possible, but increased consumer education could have a beneficial effect.