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Last data update: 22 January 2019  

Species name: Leptolyngbya cf. foveolarum

 

2 strain(s) found.

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Accession number: ULC072  Add to cart
Species name: Leptolyngbya cf. foveolarum
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History: It was isolated and used by the “Groupe de REcherche en REcyclage Biologique et Aquiculture” but with a mistake in the name as it was labelled as 'P. bonheri' in their publications. The strain has been isolated in lake Bogoria (Rift Valley) in Africa in the winter of 1986 (com. by J. De la Noue).
Origin: Africa KEN // Kenya // Republic of Kenya Rift Valley Lake Bogoria
Medium: BG11
Growth temperature: 12
16S rRNA: MH118738.1, view at GenBank
ITS: Available with the ordered strain for a supplementary fee.
Literature: - A. Dumas, G. Laliberté, P. Lessard, J. de la Noüe, Biotreatment of fish farm effluents using the cyanobacterium Phormidium bohneri, Aquacultural Engineering, Volume 17, Issue 1, February 1998, Pages 57-68, ISSN 0144-8609, 10.1016/S0144-8609(97)01013-3._x000D_ (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0144860997010133) - P. Chevalier, D. Proulx, P. Lessard, W.F. Vincent and J. de la Noüe. (2000) Nitrogen and phosphorus removal by high latitude mat-forming cyanobacteria for potential use in tertiary wastewater treatment Journal of Applied Phycology Volume 12, Number 2, 105-112, DOI: 10.1023/A:1008168128654 - Talbot P. & De la Noue. J (1993) Tertiary treatment of wastewater with Phormidium bohneri (Schmidle) under various light and temperature conditions. Water Research, vol. 27, pp. 153-159

 

Accession number: ULC129  Add to cart
Species name: Leptolyngbya cf. foveolarum
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History: BELSPO project AMBIO (www.ambio.ulg.ac.be).Collected in the Antarctic summer of 2003-2004. Isolated by Rafael Fernandez-Carazo (CIP, Ulg)
Origin: Antarctica ATA // Antarctica // Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Transantarctic Mountains Dufek Massif Forlidas pond Microbial mat of the littoral zone 82° 27' 28" S 51° 16' 48" W
Medium: BG11
Growth temperature: 12
16S rRNA: EU852496.1, view at GenBank
ITS: EU852531.1, view at GenBank
Literature: Low cyanobacterial diversity in biotopes of the Transantarctic Mountains and Shackleton Range (80-82ºS), Antarctica. FEMS Microbial Ecology, 77, 503–517, 2011

 

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