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Strain number NIES-71  
Phylum Heterokontophyta  
Class Bacillariophyceae  
Scientific name Achnanthidium minutissimum (Kützing) Czarnecki  
Synonym Achnanthes minutissima Kützing; Achnanthidium lanceolatum f. minutissima (Kützing) Tömösvary 1879; Microneis minutissima (Kützing) Cleve 1895; Cocconeis minutissima (Kützing) Schönfeldt 1907; Microneis minutissima (Kützing) Meister 1912; Achnanthidium microcephalum Kützing 1844; Achnanthes microcephala (Kützing) Grunow 1880; Achnanthes minutissima var. cryptocephala Grunow 1880; Achnanthes minutissima f. curta Grunow 1880; Microneis microcephala (Kützing) Cleve 1895; Microneis minutissima var. cryptocephala (Grunow) Cleve 1895; Achnanthes cryptocephala (Grunow) M.Peragallo 1897; Schizonema microcephalum (Kützing) Kuntze 1898; Cocconeis microcephala (Kützing) Schonfeldt 1907; Microneis microcephala (Kützing) Meister 1912; Achnanthes minutissima var. genuina A.Cleve 1953  
Former name  
Common name Pennate diatom  
Locality (Date of collection) Kosaka River Akita Japan (1983-04-19)  
Latitude / Longitude  
Habitat (Isolation source) Freshwater (River water)  
History < Yuri, Akira  
Isolator (Date of isolation) Yuri, Akira (1983-09-27)  
Identified by Mizuno, Makoto  
State of strain Subculture; Unialgal; Clonal; Axenic[2018 Jan]  
Culture condition
(Preculture condition)
Medium:  CSi  
Temperature:  20 C
Light intensity:  24-39 µmol photons/m2/sec, L/D cycle:  10L:14D
Duration:  45 D  
Gene information  
Cell size (min - max) 8 - 12 μm  
Organization Unicellular 
Characteristics Test strain for AGP etc. (Ishihara, S. et al. 2006; Nagai, T., 2016)  
Other strain no. Other strain no. : A15-6  
Remarks Axenic 
Movie  
Reference
Ito, T., Okabe, K., Mori, M. 2018 Growth reduction of Microcystis aeruginosa by clay ball elution solution. Appl. Clay Sci., 162, 223-229.
Keywords: Cyanobacterial bloom; Clay ball; Microcystis aeruginosa; Silicate; Diatom; Concrete
Strain(s): 711068 
DOI: 10.1016/j.clay.2018.06.018

Nagai, T. 2017 Predicting herbicide mixture effects on multiple algal species using mixture toxicity models. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 36, 2624-2630.
Keywords: Pesticide; Species sensitivity distribution; Mixture toxicology; Algae; Mode of action
Strain(s): 71487512797 
PubMed: 28316094
DOI: 10.1002/etc.3800

Mitani, E., Nakayama, F., Matsuwaki, I., Ichi, I., Kawabata, A., Kawachi, M., Kato, M. 2017 Fatty acid composition profiles of 235 strains of three microalgal divisions within the NIES Microbial Culture Collection. Microb. Resour. Syst., 33, 19-29.
Keywords: Cryptophyta; docosahexaenoic acid; eicosapentaenoic acid; fatty acid; Haptophyta; Heterokontophyta; microalgae
Strain(s): 189141517711151452232252332342652742752762772782792802812822842933233243303333443453463473483503533723773883913954074084094134144174614624664875345485535565575585595605625875885895906036056216226236956966976986997007017027037047057067077087097107117127137147157167417657667678058379971001100210031004100510061007100910111016101710441045104610471302130313241327133013391340134913531370137513761379138313841385138613871391139213931395139813991400140116991700173018131815181618261827183118621863186418651874196319641965214221432144214521472148230023312332235123632364236523692370237625062533253425352536253725902633266826892690269126932694269626972716271727182720272227232725272627292730273127322770277127722773283928402841284228432844285928722878289028993391 

Nagai, T., Taya, K., Yoda, I. 2016 Comparative toxicity of 20 herbicides to 5 periphytic algae and the relationship with mode of action. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 35, 368-375.
Keywords: Attached algae; In-vivo fluorescence; Pesticides; Species sensitivity distribution
Strain(s): 71487512797 
PubMed: 26174500
DOI: 10.1002/etc.3150

Fukuda, S., Iwamoto, K., Atsumi, M., Yokoyama, A., Nakayama, T., Ishida, K-I., Inouye, I., Shiraiwa, Y. 2014 Global searches for microalgae and aquatic plants that can eliminate radioactive cesium, iodine and strontium from the radio-polluted aquatic environment: a bioremediation strategy. J. Plant Res., 127, 79-89.
Keywords: Algal phytoremediation; Bioaccumulation; Radiopollution; Radionuclide elimination; Radioactive cesium; The Fukushima 1 Nuclear Power Plant accident
Strain(s): 243671155160203233246329333391405417440487503529531538548553587597727805843859931995100310121015101710311044104512591326133113771382138814111435143914401441144214581728182618311833184018461862186519562131214421462147215021752176218522682325234123522377241124122437285428552856285828592860 
PubMed: 24346654
DOI: 10.1007/s10265-013-0596-9

永井孝志 (Nagai, T. et al.) 2014 河川付着藻類を用いた農薬の毒性試験マニュアル Ver. 1.0 In Research Project for Environmental Risk Assessment of Nutrients and Organochemicals, NIAES, 52 pp (in Japanese).
Strain(s): 71487512797 

Nagai, T., Taya, K., Annoh, H., Ishihara, S. 2013 Application of a fluorometric microplate algal toxicity assay for riverine periphytic algal species. Ecotox. Environ. Safe., 94, 37-44.
Keywords: Attached algae; In-vivo fluorescence; Pesticides; Species sensitivity distribution
Strain(s): 357173414487512797 
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2013.04.020

Mizoguchi, T., Kimura, Y., Yoshitomi, T., Tamiaki, H. 2011 The stereochemistry of chlorophyll-c3 from the haptophyte Emiliania huxleyi: the (132R)-enantiomers of chlorophylls-c are exclusively selected as the photosynthetically active pigments in chromophyte algae. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1807, 1467-1473.
Keywords: chlorophyll-c; chiral HPLC; enantioimer; chromophyte algae; light-harvesting complexes
Strain(s): 71281696837 
PubMed: 21806961
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbabio.2011.07.008

Hayashi, S., Jang, J. E., Itoh, K., Suyama, K., Yamamoto, H. 2011 Construction of river model biofilm for assessing pesticide effects. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 60, 44-56.
Strain(s): 71489803 
PubMed: 20422166
DOI: 10.1007/s00244-010-9531-4

Hamana, K. 2008 Cellular polyamines of phototrophs and beterotrophs belonging to the lower eukaryotic phyla Cercozoa, Euglenozoa, Heterokonta and Metamonada. J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol., 54, 135-140.
Keywords: cyanobacteria; homospermidine; polyamine; spermine; thermospermine
Strain(s): 9157186118253323330333548603621622100210031011104413031380144014431444 
PubMed: 18497488
DOI: 10.2323/jgam.54.135

Ishihara, S., Horio, T., Kobara, Y., Yokoyama, A., Mayama, S. 2006 Development of a growth inhibition test method using fresh water attached diatoms. Jpn. J. Environ. Toxicol., 9, 101-113 (in Japanese with English summary).
Keywords: attached diatom; growth inhibition test; herbicide; ecological risk assessment
Strain(s): 712717271827192720272127222724272527262727272827292730273127322733 

Ishihara, S., Horio, T., Kobara, Y., Yokoyama, A. 2006 Evaluation of herbicide effects on microalgal cells by flow cytometric analysis. J. Weed Sci. Tech., 51, 239-248 (in Japanese with English summary).
Keywords: herbicide; flow cytometry; algae; morphological change; recoverability; ecological risk assessment
Strain(s): 71230 
DOI: 10.3719/weed.51.239

Nakai, S., Yamane, S., Hosomi, M. 2000 Algal growth inhibition effects of Myriophyllum spicatum-releasing four allelopathic polyphenols. J. Jpn. Soc. Wat. Environ., 23, 726-730 (in Japanese with English summary).
Keywords: allelochemical; polyphenol; algae; concentration-dependent synergistic growth inhibition; autoxidation
Strain(s): 35718796489512 

Takamura, N., Kasai, F., Watanabe, M. M. 1989 Effects of Cu, Cd and Zn on photosynthesis of freshwater benthic algae. J. Appl. Phycol., 1, 39-52.
Keywords: heavy metal; photosynthesis; algae; tolerance
Strain(s): 71305329407408409410411412413414416433434454461465466467479481487489503504505506507509510515529530531532536537538539540620639640641642659660661662 

Takamura, N., Kasai, F., Watanabe, M. M. 1988 Differences in the tolerant level of benthic algae to heavy metal - The effects of Cu, Cd, and Zn on the photosynthesis. Res. Rep. Natl. Inst. Environ. Stud., No. 114, 223-232 (in Japanese with English summary).
Strain(s): 71305329411412413434504531538641642662 

Otsuki, A., Watanabe, M. M., Sugahara, K. 1987 Chlorophyll pigments in methanol extracts from ten axenic cultured diatoms and three green algae as determined by reverse phase HPLC with fluorometric detection. J. Phycol., 23, 406-414.
Keywords: chlorophyll c complex; chlorophyll pigments; diatoms; field desorption mass spectrometry; methanol extracts; reverse phase HPLC
Strain(s): 16565771157225534 
DOI: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.1987.tb02526.x

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