An akinete is a thick-walled dormant cell derived from the enlargement of a vegetative cell.1 It serves as a survival structure. It is a resting cell of cyanobacteria and unicellular and filamentous green algae.2 Under magnification, akinetes appear thick walled with granular-looking cytoplasms.
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