October 17th, 2005
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P.S. They sell Blue-Green Algae as a nutritional supplement. It has been found to be occasionally contaminated with trace amounts of Microcystis, a toxic algae. The potential effects of these trace toxins is unknown.
Publisher's Note: Following is a list of the research 'Old rupe read before sending this article in to us. He included the Internet citation for each in the hope you will read them also.
Harmful Algal Bloom Event Response
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
Cylindrospermopsis: An Invasive Toxic Alga
Livestock poisoning by blue-green algae
Cylindrospermopsin [CASRN 143545-90-8]
Review of Toxicological literature
Frequently Asked Questions on Cylindrospermopsis
and other Potential Toxin-Producing Blue-Green Algae in Indiana Waters
Effect of Toxic Algae on Alligators and Alligator Egg Development
Assessment of Effects of Diet and Thiamin on Lake Griffin Alligator Mortality
Diet and Condition of American Alligators (Alligator
mississippiensis) in Three Central Florida Lakes
Frequently asked Questions about Cylindrospermopsis
Severe hepatotoxicity caused by the tropical cyanobacterium
(blue-green alga) Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii
(Woloszynska) Seenay Raju isolated from a domestic water supply reservoir.
Monitoring Changing Toxigenicity of a Cyanobacterial
Bloom by Molecular Methods
06.21.2000 Algae Possible Cause of Increased Alligator Deaths in Lake Griffin
Lake Griffin Alligator Die-Off: An Overview
The Toxic Algae Threat in Florida - A more Tempered View
A Wave of Momentum for Toxic Algae Study
Cyanobacteria and their Toxins
Toxic Cyanobacteria in Water: A Guide to their Public
Health Consequences, monitoring and management
Blue-Green Algae Bloom Management
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