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SAG 2041 Chloroidium angusto-ellipsoideum

SAG Strain Number:2041
TAXONOMY
Genus:Chloroidium
Species:angusto-ellipsoideum
Taxonomic position:Chlorophyta - Trebouxiophyceae
Authority:(Hanagata et Chihara) Darienko et al.
Variety:
Formerly called:Chlorella angusto-ellipsoidea Hanagata et Chihara
Authentic:no
Division:Chlorophyta
Class:Trebouxiophyceae
ORIGIN
General habitat:
Climatic zone:temperate
Continent:Europe
Country:Germany
Locality:Unsleben, roof tile
Lat. / Long.  (Precision):50.379736 / 10.253134  (3500m)   View on Google Maps
Year:2002
Isolated by:Zufall-Roth E.
Strain number by isolator:P1/K1
Deposition by:E. Zufall-Roth (SAG)
Deposition date:06.2006
CULTURE INFORMATION
Culture medium:MiEB12 Ag
Axenic:axenic
Strain relatives:
Agitation resistance:yes
Special properties:
 
PUBLICATIONS
Publication:Hallmann, C. et al. (2016) Biodiversity of green algae covering artificial hard substrate surfaces in a suburban environment: A case study using molecular approaches. J. Phycol. 52 (5):732-744
Publication:Gustavs et al. (2011) POLYOL PATTERNS IN BIOFILM-FORMING AEROTERRESTRIAL GREEN ALGAE (TREBOUXIOPHYCEAE, CHLOROPHYTA). J. Phycol. 47:533-537
Publication:Lang, I. et al. (2011) Fatty acid profiles and their distribution patterns in microalgae: a comprehensive analysis of more than 2000 strains from the SAG culture collection. BMC Plant Biol 11:124
Publication:Hanagata, N. et al. (1999) Coenocystis inconstans, a new species of bark-inhabiting green algae (Chlorophyceae, Chlorophyta). J. Jpn. Bot. 74:204-211
SEQUENCE INFORMATION
Sequence Accession:KM116463  Chloroidium angustoellipsoideum strain SAG 2041 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. (2713 bp)
Sequence Accession:KM020177  Chloroidium angustoellipsoideum strain SAG 2041 18S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence. (1777 bp)
CRYO
Cryopreservation:good survival
TEACHING
Recommended for teaching:no