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SAG 211-40c Choricystis parasitica

SAG Strain Number:211-40c
TAXONOMY
Genus:Choricystis
Species:parasitica
Taxonomic position:Chlorophyta - Trebouxiophyceae
Authority:(K. Brandt) Pröschold et Darienko
Variety:
Formerly called:Chlorella sorokiniana Shihira et Krauss
Authentic:yes
Division:Chlorophyta
Class:Trebouxiophyceae
ORIGIN
General habitat:endosymbiont
Climatic zone:
Continent:America
Country:USA
Locality:MA, Manumet Beach, endosymbiont from Spongilla lacustris
Lat. / Long.  (Precision):41.715468 / -70.615511  (2500m)   View on Google Maps
Year:1956
Isolated by:R.A. Lewin
Strain number by isolator:strain F, "197"
Deposition by:R.A. Lewin
Deposition date:05.1957
CULTURE INFORMATION
Culture medium:+V Ag
Axenic:axenic
Strain relatives:CAUP H 1984
Agitation resistance:yes
Special properties:NO known Nagoya Protocol restrictions for this strain; secretes glucose; renamed from Chlorella sorokiniana Shihira et Krauss as neotype culture of Choricystis parasitica (K. Brandt) Pröschold et Darienko comb. nov. acc. to Pröschold et al. 2011. SAG 04/2014
 
PUBLICATIONS
Publication:Pröschold T. et al. (2011) The systematics of Zoochlorella revisited employing an integrative approach. Environm. Microbiol. 13 (2):350–364
Publication:Fischer, A. et al. (1989) Glucose excretion by the symbiotic Chlorella of Spongilla fluviatilis. Planta 179:251-256
Publication:Douglas, A. E. et al. (1986) On the characteristics and taxonomic position of symbiotic Chlorella. Archives of Microbiology 145 (1):80-84
Publication:Reisser W. et al. (1986) Studies on ultrastructure and host range of a Chlorella attacking virus. Protoplasma 135 (2):162-165
Publication:Reisser, Werner (1984) The taxonomy of green algae endosymbiotic in ciliates and a sponge. 19:309-318
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SEQUENCE INFORMATION
Sequence Accession:FN298929  Choricystis sp. TP-2009 18S rRNA gene (partial), ITS1, 5.8S rRNA gene, ITS2 and 28S rRNA gene (partial), strain SAG 211-40c. (2479 bp)
CRYO
Cryopreservation:medium survival, standard 5% DMSO
TEACHING
Recommended for teaching:no