Strain Information: 1403/13A


Division/Phylum: Cyanophyta    Class: Cyanophyceae    Order: Nostocales

 

Anabaena sp.

CCAP 1403/13A
Isolator: Tischer (1964)
Origin: Freshwater; sewage oxidation pond, Mississippi, USA
Culture: Medium BG11; Bacteria present; sub + cryo
Other: Orig. desig. IU 1444; UTEX 1444; ATCC 29413; UTCC 67; PCC 7937; non-planktonic; non-vacuolate; formerly listed as Anabaena flos-aquae (Lyngbye) Brébisson;
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References [14]   EMBL Links
     
Jensen BB & Cox RP (1983) Direct measurements of steady-state kinetics of cyanobacterial N2 uptake by membrane-leak mass spectrometry and comparisons between nitrogen fixation and acetylene reduction. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 45(4): 1331-1337.
DOI: none

Gachon CMM, Day JG, Campbell CN, Pröschold T, Saxon RJ & Küpper FC (2007) The Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa (CCAP): A biological resource for protistan genomics Gene 406: 51-57.
DOI: 10.1016/j.gene.2007.05.018

Smith JK, Parry JD, Day JG & Smith RJ (1998) A PCR technique based on HIP1 interspersed repetitive sequence distinguishes cyanobacterial species and strains. Microbiology 144: 2791-2801.
DOI: none

Stulp BK, Bos SA, Stenveld H & Stam WT (1984) Growth of Anabaena strains (Cyanophyceae) exposed to crossed gradients of light and temperature. Cryptogamie Algologie 5: 63-71.
DOI: none

Wang AW & Tischer RG (1974) Preservation of the sheath of a blue-green alga, Anabaena flos-aquae A-37. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 20(10): 1415-1416.
DOI: none

Stulp BK & Stam WT (1984) Genotypic relationships between strains of Anabaena (Cyanophyceae) and their correlation with morphological affinities. British Phycological Journal 19(3): 287-301.
DOI: 10.1080/00071618400650311

Stulp BK & Stam WT (1984) Growth and morphology of Anabaena strains (Cyanophyceae, Cyanobacteria) in cultures under different salinities. British Phycological Journal 19(3): 281-286.
DOI: 10.1080/00071618400650301

Hashemi F, Leppard GG & Kushner DJ (1994) Copper resistance in Anabaena variabilis: Effects of phosphate nutrition and polyphosphate bodies. Microbial Ecology 27: 159-176.
DOI: none

Wright SJL, Redhead K & Maudsley H (1981) Acanthamoeba castellanii, a predator of cyanobacteria. Journal of General Microbiology 125: 293-300.
DOI: none

Jensen BB (1983) Energy requirement for diazotrophic growth of the cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis determined from growth yields in the dark. Journal of General Microbiology 129: 2633-2640.
DOI: 10.1099/00221287-129-8-2633

Kolar B, Arnus L, Jeretin B, Gutmaher A, Drobne D & Durjava MK (2014) The toxic effect of oxytetracycline and trimethoprim in the aquatic environment. Chemosphere 115: 75-80.
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.02.049

Bharathiraja B, Chakravarthy M, Ranjith Kumar R, Yogendran D, Yuvaraj D, Jayamuthunagai J, Praveen Kumar R & Palani S (2015) Aquatic biomass (algae) as a future feed stock for bio-refineries: A review on cultivation, processing and products. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 47: 634-653.
DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2015.03.047

Tsygankov AS, Serebryakova LT, Sveshnikov DA, Rao KK, Gogotov IN & Hall DO (1997) Hydrogen photoproduction by three different nitrogenases in whole cells of Anabaena variabilis and the dependence on pH. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 22: 859-867.
DOI: 10.1016/S0360-3199(96)00242-X

Yoon JH, Shin JH, Kim MS, Sim SJ & Park TH (2006) Evaluation of conversion efficiency of light to hydrogen energy by Anabaena variabilis. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 31: 721-727.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2005.06.023

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Catalogue updated: 22 May 2015