Cyanobacteria are common and natural aquatic organisms present in many surface water. Cyanobacteria are single-celled microscopic bacteria and can be found in fresh, salt or brackish. Like plants, they use sunlight to make food and energy (Mundt and Teuscher, 1988). Under eutrophic conditions these organisms are able to form intense blooms. The bloom-forming process can be caused by increase levels of nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen, and thus lead to water pollution in large quantities of phosphates and nitrates as well as other organic materials are therefore more aggregates of Cyanobacteria algae presence in contaminated areas containing organic waste (Reference.). The presence of algae in water sources damaged many of them drinking water contamination, leading to damage the lives of millions of the world's population in addition to algal toxins secreted into working on the death of aquatic organisms such as fish, invertebrates and other organisms (Palmer, 1977).
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