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Back Crinalium epipsammum PCC9333
Last update: 2015-12-31

Strain ID:

Crinalium epipsammum PCC9333

Strain Other ID:

 

Strain Co-ident:

SAG22.89

Strain Category:

R, G

Strain Addiction:

 

Habitat Notes:

Coastal sand dune

Environment:

Terrestrial

16S Acc Nbr:

NR_102461

NCBI ID:

ASM31749v1

Tax Komarek Ord Fam:

Oscillatoriales / Gomontiellaceae

Tax Status Genus:

2

Tax AlgaeBase Ord Fam:

Oscillatoriales / Gomontiellaceae

Tax Status AlgaeBase:

Currently accepted taxonomically

Tax AlgaeBase Holotype:

Crinalium endophyticum Crow

Tax Bergeys:

III/III/single cluster

Phylog This Work:

A: 4

Subset Condens Tree:

No

Phylog Rdp Classifier:

Family I; 61%; GpI; 61%

Phylog Shih:

B3

Phylog Howard Azzeh:

1C

Phylog Schirrmeister:

 

Phylog Picocyano:

 

Metadata Shih:

Yes

References:

de Winder, B., Stal, L. J., & Mur, L. R. (1990). Crinalium epipsammum sp. nov.: a filamentous cyanobacterium with trichomes composed of elliptical cells and containing poly-ß-(1, 4) glucar (cellulose). Journal of General Microbiology 136(8), 1645-1653.; Boone, D. R., Castenholz, R. W., & Garrity, G. M., (Eds) (2001). Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, 2nd edn, vol. 1, The Archaea and the deeply branching and phototrophic bacteria. New York, Berlin & Heidelberg: Springer; Shih, P. M., et al. (2013). Improving the coverage of the cyanobacterial phylum using diversity-driven genome sequencing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(3), 1053-1058.; Howard-Azzeh, M., et al. (2014). Phylogenetic analysis and molecular signatures defining a monophyletic clade of heterocystous cyanobacteria and identifying its closest relatives. Photosynthesis Research 122(2), 171-185.; Bohunická, M., et al. (2015). A combined morphological, ultrastructural, molecular, and biochemical study of the peculiar family Gomontiellaceae (Oscillatoriales) reveals a new cylindrospermopsin-producing clade of cyanobacteria. Journal of Phycology 51, 1040–1054.

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