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SAG 41.79 Chroococcus minutus

SAG Strain Number:41.79
TAXONOMY
Genus:Chroococcus
Species:minutus
Taxonomic position:Cyanobacteria
Authority:(Kützing) Nägeli
Variety:
Formerly called:
Authentic:no
Division:Cyanobacteria
Class:Cyanophyceae
ORIGIN
General habitat:freshwater
Climatic zone:temperate
Continent:Europe
Country:Romania
Locality:Siutghiol/Constanta
Lat. / Long.  (Precision):44.254544 / 28.616924  (5000m)   View on Google Maps
Year:1967
Isolated by:F. Hindák
Strain number by isolator:1967/35 as Chroococcidiopsis minutus
Deposition by:F. Hindák
Deposition date:before 1979
CULTURE INFORMATION
Culture medium:ES Ag
Axenic:bacterial or other types of contamination
Strain relatives:
Agitation resistance:yes
Special properties:
 
PUBLICATIONS
Publication:Stockenreiter, M. et al. (2013) Functional group richness: implications of biodiversity for light use and lipid yield in microalgae. J. Phycol. 49 (5):838-847
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:Volk R.-B. (2008) A newly developed assay for the quantitative determination of antimicrobial (anticyanobacterial) activity of both hydrophilic and lipophilic test compounds without any restriction. Microbiological Research 163 (2):161-167
Publication:Volk R.-B. (2008) Screening of microalgae for species excreting norharmane, a manifold biologically active indole alkaloid. Microbiological Research 163 (1):307-313
Publication:Volk, Rainer- B. (2005) Screening of microalgal culture media for the presence of algicidal compounds and isolation and identification of two bioactive metabolites, excreted by the cyanobacteria Nostoc insulare and Nodularia harveyana. Journal of Applied Phycology 17 (4):339-347
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SEQUENCE INFORMATION
Sequence Accession:KM019988  Chroococcus minutus SAG 41.79 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence. (1458 bp)
CRYO
Cryopreservation:not detected
TEACHING
Recommended for teaching:no