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1) Product Images from "Axenic Biofilm Formation and Aggregation by Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803 Are Induced by Changes in Nutrient Concentration and Require Cell Surface Structures"
Article Title: Axenic Biofilm Formation and Aggregation by Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803 Are Induced by Changes in Nutrient Concentration and Require Cell Surface Structures
Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Figure Legend Snippet: The S-layer and type IV pili are required for biofilm formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.
Techniques Used: Binding Assay, Standard Deviation
Figure Legend Snippet: Biofouling of a nonaxenic rooftop photobioreactor during growth of WT Synechocystis . (A) During lag phase, no biofilm growth was evident. (B to G) Images taken every 24 h during rapid growth (approximate doubling every 24 h over a period of 5 days). Biofouling such as in the representative images shown was correlated with using hard tap water to prepare BG11 medium; no biofouling was evident when softened tap water was used. Scale bar, ~2 cm. The glass PBR tubes are ~20 cm in diameter.