Like bacteria, the cell of cyanobacteria also consists of a mucilaginous layer called sheath, the cell wall, plasma membrane and cytoplasm. These are shown in Fig. 4.32 and described below: 1. Sheath: Usually the cell of cyanobacteria are covered by a hygroscopic mucilaginous sheath which provides protection to cell from unfavourable conditions and keeps the […]
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