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SAG 11-10 Vitreochlamys nekrassovii

SAG Strain Number:11-10
TAXONOMY
Genus:Vitreochlamys
Species:nekrassovii
Taxonomic position:Chlorophyta - Chlorophyceae
Authority:(Korshikov) Nakazawa
Variety:
Formerly called:authentic strain of Sphaerellopsis nekrassowii (Korshikov) Ettl; authentic strain of Chlamydomonas incisa Pringsheim
Authentic:yes
Division:Chlorophyta
Class:Chlorophyceae
Common name:Green Algae - Chlorophytes
ORIGIN
General habitat:freshwater
Climatic zone:
Continent:Europe
Country:Czech Republic
Locality:shore of River Elbe near Celakovice
Lat. / Long.  (Precision):50.17437 / 14.726214  (800m)   View on Google Maps
Year:1929
Isolated by:E. G. Pringsheim
Strain number by isolator:
Deposition by:
Deposition date:
CULTURE INFORMATION
Culture medium:ESP Ag
Axenic:axenic
Strain relatives:UTEX 224 (dec.); CCAP 11/10 both as Vitreochlamys incisa; IAM C-251; NIES 881
Agitation resistance:yes
Special properties:
 
PUBLICATIONS
Publication:Takashi NAKADA et al. (2016) 18S Ribosomal RNA Gene Phylogeny of a Colonial Volvocalean Lineage (Tetrabaenaceae-Goniaceae-Volvocaceae, Volvocales, Chlorophyceae) and Its Close Relatives. J. Jpn. Bot. 91:345-354
Publication:Nakazawa, A. et al. (2001) Taxonomy of the unicellular green algal genus Vitreochlamys (Volvocales), based on comparative morphology of cultured material. Eur. J. Phycol. 36:113-128
Publication:Pringsheim, E.G. (1930) Neue Chlamydomonadaceen, welche in Reinkultur gewonnen wurden. Arch. Protistenk. 69:95-102
SEQUENCE INFORMATION
Sequence Accession:LC086372  Vitreochlamys nekrassovii gene for 18S rRNA, partial sequence, strain: SAG 11-10. (1742 bp)
Sequence Accession:KM020028  Vitreochlamys nekrassovii strain SAG 11-10 18S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence; internal transcribed spacer 1, 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene, and internal transcribed spacer 2, complete sequence; and 26S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence. (2390 bp)
Sequence Accession:AB050494  Vitreochlamys nekrassovii chloroplast rbcL gene for ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase large subunit, partial cds. (1128 bp)
CRYO
Cryopreservation:no survival
TEACHING
Recommended for teaching:no