Strain Information: 211/12

Division/Phylum: Chlorophyta    Class: Trebouxiophyceae    Order: Chlorellales


Chlorella vulgaris fo. viridis (Chodat) Fott & Novakova (1969)

CCAP 211/12
Isolator: Chodat
Origin: Freshwater;
Culture: Medium (1)EG:JM; Axenic; sub + cryo; liquid;(2)3N-BBM+V; Axenic; sub; agar slope
Other: Orig. desig. Geneva 45; SAG 211-12; UTEX 30; ATCC 16487; images 1-3 by Tatyana Darienko; formerly listed as Chlorella vulgaris;
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Catalogue updated: 2 September 2016