Navicula c.f. phyllepta CCY9804

Description

Description: Navicula is a pennate diatom.

Isolated from: Ems Dollard Estuary, The Netherlands.

Type of sample: sediment.

Incubation T°: 14°C.

Light cycle: 16 light/ 8 dark

Medium: MDV

Strain description
ssu rRNA sequence
Literature

Pascal P. Y., Dupuy C., Richard P., Rzeznik-Orignac J., Niquil N., 2008. Bacterivory of a mudflat nematode community under different environmental conditions. Marine Biology. 154: 671-682.

Pascal P. Y., Dupuy C., Richard P., Niquil N., 2008. Bacterivory in the common foraminifer Ammonia tepida: Isotope tracer experiment and the controlling factors. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 1: 55-61.

Pascal P. Y., Dupuy C., Richard P., Haubois A. G. Niquil N., 2008. Influence of environmental factors on bacterical ingestion rate of the deposit-feeder Hydrobia ulvae and comparison with meiofauna. Journal of Sea Research. 3: 151-156.

Creach V., Ernst A., Sabbe K., Vanelslander B., Vyverman W., Stal L. J., 2066. Using quantitative PCR to detrmine the distribution of a semicryptic benthic diatom, Navicula phyllepta (Bacillariophyceae). Journal of Phycology. 42: 1142-1154.

 

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