Strain Information: 1405/1

Division/Phylum: Cyanophyta    Class: Cyanophyceae    Order: Synechococcales


Synechococcus leopoliensis (Raciborski) Komárek

CCAP 1405/1
Isolator: Kratz
Origin: Freshwater; Waller Creek, Texas, USA
Culture: Medium JM; Bacteria and fungi or other organisms present; sub + cryo; optimum growth temp 40~C
Other: SAG 1402-1; UTEX 625; IAM M-6; ATCC 27144; UTCC 102; PCC 6301; CCALA 188 (CCAO 188); previously known as Anacystis nidulans;
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Catalogue updated: 2 September 2016