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     Strain Information: 11/32A


Division/Phylum: Chlorophyta    Class: Chlorophyceae    Order: Volvocales
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Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Dangeard (1888)
CCAP 11/32A
Isolator: Smith (1945)
Origin: Soil; Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
Culture: Medium (1)EG:JM; Axenic; sub; liquid;(2)3N-BBM+V; Axenic; sub; agar slope
Other: Orig. desig. 137C+; SAG 11-32b(89); UTEX 90;

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