Chroococcales Details: NCBI 1118, gram-negative or unknown [order]

| Chroococcales| Chroococcales Schaffner 1922| Chroococcales Wettstein1924 emend. Rippka et al. 1979

  1. Harmful algal blooms (HABs): Some species of Chroococcales cyanobacteria can form harmful algal blooms (HABs) in freshwater and marine environments, particularly in nutrient-rich waters with warm temperatures and calm conditions. These blooms can produce toxins known as cyanotoxins, including microcystins, cylindrospermopsin, and anatoxins, which can pose risks to human and animal health.

  2. Cyanotoxin production: Cyanotoxins produced by Chroococcales cyanobacteria can have various health effects on humans and animals, depending on the toxin type, concentration, and exposure route. These effects may include gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea), skin irritation, respiratory problems (coughing, wheezing), liver damage, neurotoxic effects (seizures, paralysis), and allergic reactions. Chronic exposure to cyanotoxins has been associated with long-term health effects such as liver cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.

  3. Drinking water contamination: Chroococcales cyanobacterial blooms in surface waters can contaminate drinking water sources, posing risks to public health. Cyanotoxins can persist in water supplies even after treatment, and exposure to contaminated drinking water can cause acute and chronic health effects in humans. Monitoring and management of cyanobacterial blooms in drinking water sources are essential for ensuring safe drinking water quality.

  4. Livestock and wildlife toxicity: Cyanotoxins produced by Chroococcales cyanobacteria can also affect animals, including livestock, pets, fish, and wildlife, through ingestion of contaminated water or algae. Livestock poisoning from cyanobacterial toxins, known as cyanotoxicosis, can lead to illness or death in animals. Wildlife mortality events linked to cyanobacterial blooms have been reported in various ecosystems, affecting aquatic and terrestrial species.

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Desired Levels Suggestions for Chroococcales

Using Kaltoft-Moldrup Heuristic Using uploaded data for Chroococcales

Lab Low and High are calculated using the formula that most labs use: Mean - 2 Standard Deviation to Mean + 2 Standard Deviation

These are values that are computed from lab specific samples (Patent Pending)
LabKM LowKM Percentile LowKM HighKM Percentile HighLab LowLab HighMean MedianStandard DeviationBox Plot LowBox Plot High
* 10 7.8 %ile 1350 97.5 %ile 0 7103 365.4 60 3437.5 0 260
biomesight 10 0 %ile 1350 97.4 %ile 0 7341 387.8 60 3547.4 0 260
thryve 2 0 %ile 140 100 %ile 0 68 25 18 21.9 10 36
ubiome 34 50 %ile 34 0.3 %ile 34 34 34 34
Lab Suggestions for Chroococcales
Chroococcales (NCBI 1118) per million
Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age Lab Samples
3.75 8.84 0.0004 0.0009 Thorne (20/80%ile)
Statistic by Lab Source for Chroococcales
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
BiomeSight 67.509 %   0.037 %  0.337 % 1870.0 2770
bugspeak 100 %   0.005 %  % 1.0 1
CerbaLab 66.667 %   0.001 %  0 % 2.0 3
custom 5 %   0.001 %  0 % 3.0 60
es-xenogene 6.897 %   0.017 %  0.01 % 2.0 29
Medivere 71.429 %   0.006 %  0.004 % 5.0 7
Thorne 87.013 %   0.001 %  0.001 % 67.0 77
Thryve 4.049 %   0.003 %  0.002 % 56.0 1383
uBiome 0.126 %   0.003 %  % 1.0 794

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