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     Strain Information: 927/1


Division/Phylum: Haptophyta/Prymnesiophyta    Class: Prymnesiophyceae
Isochrysis galbana Parke (1949)
CCAP 927/1
Isolator: Parke (1938)
Origin: Marine; fish pond, Port Erin Marine Station, Isle of Man, British Isles
Culture: Medium (1)f/2; Bacteria present; sub;(2)f/2; Axenic; sub
Other: Orig. desig. I; Plymouth I; UTEX 987; CCMP1323; NEPCC 2; NEPCC 633; SMBA 58; TYPE CULTURE; used in aquaculture;
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