Algae Express
UTEX 1230
Chlorella sorokiniana


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Algae Detail

UTEX Number: 1230
Class: Chlorophyceae
Strain: Chlorella sorokiniana
Media: Proteose Medium
Origin: Austin, Texas, USA
Description of Location: "warm local surface waters"
Type Culture: No
Collection:
Isolation: C. Sorokin
Isolator Number:
Deposition: J. Myers
Relatives: CCAP 211/8K; SAG 211-8k; ATCC 22521; UTCC B 138; IAM C-212; CAUP H 1957 C. vulgaris var. vulgaris f. tertia
Also Known As: formerly C. pyrenoidosa (Starr & Zeikus 1987); C. vulgaris fo. tertia; C. vulgaris group
Notes: deposited as high temperature (39_C) strain Tx 7-11-05 (Sorokin & Myers 1953); cell wall carbohydrates, chemotaxonomy (Takeda 1988b); chemotaxonomy, transport of glucose, arginine & proline; aka Chlorella vulgaris group (Komov et al. 1988); no detectable H2 photoproduction (Brand et al. 1989); physiology/biochemistry/taxonomy (Kessler & Huss 1992)

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General Maintenance Conditions

Temperature: 20 °C
Light source: mix of warm-white & cool-white fluorescent lamps
Intensity: 3200 lux (maximum)
Periodicity: 12/12 h L/D

Those who receive cultures are encouraged to duplicate within reason the conditions used in the Collection, when handling newly acquired cultures, to reduce the chance of losing the culture. After a stock culture is established, subcultures may be used for testing other conditions. These general maintenance conditions are not our recommendations to achieve optimal growth rates and large quantities of algae. Information on the best growth conditions and media must be acquired in other literature or through careful experimentation. For additional details on the long-term culture maintenance conditions utilized at UTEX, visit the Culture Maintenance Guides page.


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