The ultra-structural detail of a typical cyanobacterial cell (Fig. 6.10) is the following: 1. Mucilage Sheath: The cells and filaments of most cyanobacteria are generally surrounded by a mucilaginous sheath whose thickness, pigmentation, consistency, and nature is greatly influenced by environmental factors. It is considered that these microorganisms secrete the mucilage through pores present in […]
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