Strain Information: 211/11H

Division/Phylum: Chlorophyta    Class: Trebouxiophyceae    Order: Chlorellales


Parachlorella kessleri (Fott & Nováková) Krienitz, E.H.Hegewald, Hepperle, V.Huss, T.Rohr & M.Wolf (2004)

CCAP 211/11H
Isolator: Pratt
Origin: Freshwater; USA
Culture: Medium EG:JM; Axenic; cryo
Other: SAG 211-11h; UTEX 263; IAM C-209; ATCC 11468 as C. vulgaris; formerly listed as Chlorella kessleri Fott & Nováková;
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Steeman Nielsen E (1962) Inactivation of the photochemical mechanism in photosynthesis as a means to protect the cells against too high light intensities. Physiologia Plantarum 15: 161-171.
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Bogen C, Klassen V, Wichmann J, La Russa M, Doebbe A, Grundmann M, Uronen P, Kruse O & Mussgnug JH (2013) Identification of Monoraphidium contortum as a promising species for liquid biofuel production. Bioresource Technology 133: 622-626.
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De Schamphelaere KAC, Nys C & Janssen CR (2014) Toxicity of lead (Pb) to freshwater green algae: Development and validation of a bioavailability model and inter-species sensitivity comparison. Aquatic Toxicology 155: 348-359.
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Rajevic N, Kovacevic G, Kalafatic M, Gould S, Martin W & Franjevic D (2015) Algal endosymbionts in European Hydra strains reflect multiple origins of the zoochlorella symbiosis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution -: -.
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Catalogue updated: 28 September 2016