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Aug 18, 2016 10:48:29 AM / by admin posted in blue green algae, blue green algae blooms, cianobacterias, cyanobacterial toxins, cyanotoxins, eutrophication, alage Bloom, algae toxins, harmful algae, how to test water quality, Microcystest, Microcystin, microcystin analysis, MICROCYSTIN DETECTION IN WATER, microcystin elisa, microcystin in drinking water, microcystin toxicity, microcystin toxin, Microcystins, toxic algae, toxins in water, water, water test


Algal blooms in freshwater lakes

Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) are unicellular prokaryotes that thrive mainly in freshwater lakes. Being autotroph organisms they accomplish oxygenic photosynthesis playing a significant role in the food chain of several ecosystems. However, under certain circumstances (eutrophication, climatic change, etc.), they can grow and lead to uncontrolled blooms.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) verifies the performance of MicroCystest kit for detection of microcystins under the Environmental Verification Technology Program (ETV)

Jan 5, 2012 12:15:12 PM / by admin posted in Microcystins, Uncategorized, water


The MicroCystest plate kit has been recently evaluated within the Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program. The E.P.A. supports the ETV program to further environmental protection by accelerating the acceptance and use of improved and cost effective technologies.

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