RCC307

Synechococcus_sp

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IDENTITY

Synechococcus_sp

Domain: 
Bacteria
Division: 
Cyanophyta
Class: 
Cyanophyceae
Order: 
Synechococcales
Family: 
Synechococcaceae
Genus: 
Synechococcus
Clade: 
subcluster 5.3
Strain name: 
MINSyn016-15m-01-AC6A1
Strain name synonyms: 
MinSyn016
Authentic culture: 
STATUS
Clonal: 
Axenic: 
Pure: 
Heterotrophic: 
Toxic: 
Symbiotic: 
Transformed: 
MORPHOLOGY
Cell shape: 
coccoid
Length: 
1.00
Cell motility: 
non-motile
ORIGIN
Sampling ocean: 
Mediterranean Sea
Sampling ecosystem: 
pelagic
Sampling cruise: 
MINOS
Sampling station: 
3
Sampling depth (m): 
15
Sampling date: 
Saturday, May 25, 1996
CULTURE CONDITIONS
RCC medium: 
RCC temperature: 
20.00
RCC transfer period weeks: 
3.00
RCC light: 
40
Phenotype pigment: 
Syn type 3eA
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Date entered catalog: 
Thursday, July 13, 2000
Mother strain: 
RCC45
Sampling CTD: 
16
Sampling by: 
Partensky F.
Deposit to RCC date: 
Friday, June 18, 1999
Purification date: 
Friday, June 18, 1999
Purification by: 
S.Boulben+F.LeGall
Purification method: 
One colony on plate

Sequences available for this RCC strain

GenBank Accession Gene name Gene location Description
NC_009482 Genome bacteria Synechococcus sp. RCC307
CT978603 Genome bacteria Synechococcus sp. RCC307

Associated references

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Walter JM, Coutinho FH, Dutilh BE, Swings J, Thompson FL, Thompson CC.  2017.  Ecogenomics and taxonomy of cyanobacteria phylum. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8 PDF icon Download pdf (6.96 MB)
Luo C, Tsementzi D, Kyrpides NC, Konstantinidis KT.  2011.  Individual genome assembly from complex community short-read metagenomic datasets. The ISME journal. 6:898–901. PDF icon Download pdf (16 KB)
Doré H, Farrant GK, Guyet U, Haguait J, Humily F, Ratin M, Pitt FD, Ostrowski M, Six C, Brillet-Guéguen L et al..  2020.  Evolutionary mechanisms of long-term genome diversification associated with niche partitioning in marine picocyanobacteria. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11:1–23. PDF icon Download pdf (13.44 MB)
Grébert T, Doré H, Partensky F, Farrant GK, Boss ES, Picheral M, Guidi L, Pesant S, Scanlan DJ, Wincker P et al..  2018.  Light color acclimation is a key process in the global ocean distribution of Synechococcus cyanobacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. in press:201717069. PDF icon Download pdf (3.72 MB)
Sanfilippo JE, Nguyen AA, Garczarek L, Karty JA, Pokhrel S, Strnat JA, Partensky F, Schluchter WM, Kehoe DM.  2019.  Interplay between differentially expressed enzymes contributes to light color acclimation in marine Synechococcus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116:6457–6462.
Sharon I, Alperovitch A, Rohwer F, Haynes M, Glaser F, Atamna-Ismaeel N, Pinter RY, Partensky F, Koonin EV, Wolf YI et al..  2009.  Photosystem I gene cassettes are present in marine virus genomes. Nature. 461:258–262. PDF icon Download pdf (779.86 KB)
Grébert T, Garczarek L, Daubin V, Humily F, Marie D, Ratin M, Devailly A, Farrant GK, Mary I, Mella-Flores D et al..  2022.  Diversity and evolution of pigment types in marine \textit{Synechococcus cyanobacteria. Genome Biology and Evolution. :evac035. PDF icon Download pdf (3.21 MB)