Diversity of the fatty acids of the Nostoc species and their statistical analysis

Microbiological Research
Marina TeminaV M Dembitsky

Abstract

Low molecular, hydroxy, dioic, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids were determined of six cyanobacterial species belonging to genus Nostoc and in different habitats: freshwater, terrestrial, and as well as symbionts. There are large variations in individual fatty acid contents according to species, and location of the genus Nostoc. Statistical analysis of variability of fatty acids belonging to the genus Nostoc is reported.

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