Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, display fascinating survival tactics, akin to humans’ diverse life choices. A ground-breaking study conducted by Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute has unravelled the intriguing world of cyanobacteria, focusing on their adept utilization of phosphorus storage to thrive. Adaptive Qualities of Cyanobacteria As one of Earth’s most prevalent organisms, cyanobacteria […]
It is clear that the number of blue-green algae (BGA), or toxic algae, blooms that are occurring is getting worse each year. There is clear research to show that anthropogenic nutrient enrichment of our water is a cause of BGA, or cyanobacterial, blooms worldwide. Sadly, we are not greatly advancing our abilities to control these blooms.