Strain number NIES-1017  
Phylum Haptophyta  
Class Prymnesiophyceae  
Scientific name Prymnesium parvum Carter  
Synonym  
Former name  
Common name  
Locality (Date of collection) Jogashima Miura, Misaki Kanagawa Japan (1997-04-**)  
Latitude / Longitude 35.133819 / 139.619045 
Habitat (Isolation source) Marine (Seawater)  
History < Moriya, Mayumi  
Isolator (Date of isolation) Moriya, Mayumi (1997-04-**)  
Identified by Moriya, Mayumi  
State of strain Subculture; Unialgal; Clonal; Non-axenic  
Culture condition
(Preculture condition)
Medium:  ESM  
Temperature:  15 C
Light intensity:  21 µmol photons/m2/sec, L/D cycle:  10L:14D
Duration:  3 M  
Gene information  
Cell size (min - max) 6 - 8 μm  
Organization Unicellular; Flagellate 
Characteristics Toxicity ; C-type prymnesin (Binzer et al. 2019) ; Planktonic  
Other strain no. Other strain no. : #22  
Remarks Toxicity 
Movie  
Reference
Binzer, S. B., Svenssen, D. K., Daugbjerg, N., Alves-de-Souzade, C., Pinto, E., Hansen, P. J., Larsen, T. O., Varga, E. 2019 A-, B- and C-type prymnesins are clade specific compounds and chemotaxonomic markers in Prymnesium parvum. Harmful Algae, 81, 10-17.
Keywords: Chemotaxonomy; Prymnesium parvum; ITS-sequencing; High resolution mass spectrometry; Prymnesin
Strain(s): 101710181812 
PubMed: 30638493
DOI: 10.1016/j.hal.2018.11.010

Lysgaard, M. L., Eckford-Soper, L., Daugbjerg, N. 2018 Growth rates of three geographically separated strains of the ichthyotoxic Prymnesium parvum (Prymnesiophyceae) in response to six different pH levels. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci., 204, 98-102.
Keywords: Prymnesium parvum; pH response; Growth rate; Phenotypic plasticity; pH acclimation; Harmful algae
Strain(s): 1017 
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2018.02.030

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): 1891415177111514522322523323426527427527627727827928028128228429332332433033334434534634734835035337237738839139540740840941341441746146246648753454855355655755855956056258758858959060360562162262369569669769869970070170270370470570670770870971071171271371471571674176576676780583799710011002100310041005100610071009101110161017104410451046104713021303132413271330133913401349135313701375137613791383138413851386138713911392139313951398139914001401169917001730181318151816182618271831186218631864186518741963196419652142214321442145214721482300233123322351236323642365236923702376250625332534253525362537259026332668268926902691269326942696269727072716271727182720272227232725272627292730273127322770277127722773283928402841284228432844285928722878289028993391 

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

Ishikawa, M., Takahashi, F., Nozaki, H., Nagasato, C., Motomura, T., Kataoka, H. 2009 Distribution and phylogeny of the blue light receptors aureochromes in eukaryotes. Planta, 230, 543-552.
Keywords: aureochrome (AUREO); BL receptor; bZIP; LOV; stramenopiles
Strain(s): 12801017 
PubMed: 19544070
DOI: 10.1007/s00425-009-0967-6

Hamana, K., Niitsu, M. 2006 Cellular polyamines of lower eukaryotes belonging to the phyla Glaucophyta, Rhodophyta, Cryptophyta, Haptophyta and Percolozoa. J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol., 52, 235-240.
Keywords: Cryptophyta; Glaucophyta; Haptophyta; Perclozoa; polyamine; Rhodophyta
Strain(s): 827427627728235338869970671574176376410161017103210361332144114561457146214631467147315163377 
PubMed: 17116972
DOI: 10.2323/jgam.52.235

Unauthorized copying and replication of text, images, and tables in our homepage, are prohibited.

page-top