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Synechococcus_sp

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IDENTITY

Synechococcus_sp

Domain: 
Bacteria
Division: 
Cyanophyta
Class: 
Cyanophyceae
Order: 
Synechococcales
Family: 
Synechococcaceae
Genus: 
Synechococcus
Clade: 
subcluster 5.1 - clade IX
Strain name: 
RS9916
Authentic culture: 
STATUS
Clonal: 
Axenic: 
Pure: 
Heterotrophic: 
Toxic: 
Symbiotic: 
Transformed: 
MORPHOLOGY
Cell shape: 
coccoid
Cell motility: 
non-motile
ORIGIN
Sampling ocean: 
Red Sea
Sampling site: 
Gulf of Aqaba
Sampling country: 
Israel
Sampling ecosystem: 
pelagic
Sampling depth (m): 
10
Sampling date: 
Monday, November 22, 1999
Isolation by: 
Fuller N.
CULTURE CONDITIONS
RCC medium: 
RCC temperature: 
20.00
RCC transfer period weeks: 
3.00
RCC light: 
10
Phenotype pigment: 
Syn type 3dA
Remark: 
Genome sequenced by JCVI
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Date entered catalog: 
Monday, June 3, 2002
Identification by: 
N. Fuller
Sampling by: 
Fuller N.
Deposit to RCC date: 
Monday, May 13, 2002
Deposit to rcc by: 
D. Scanlan

Sequences available for this RCC strain

GenBank Accession Gene name Gene location Description
DS022299 Genome bacteria Synechococcus sp. RS9916
AAUA00000000 Genome bacteria Synechococcus sp. RS9916

Associated references

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Carrigee LA, Mahmoud RM, Sanfilippo JE, Frick JP, Strnat JA, Karty JA, Chen B, Kehoe DM, Schluchter WM.  2020.  CpeY is a phycoerythrobilin lyase for cysteine 82 of the phycoerythrin I α-subunit in marine Synechococcus. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics. :148215. PDF icon Download pdf (13.68 MB)
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.
Mahmoud RM, Sanfilippo JE, Nguyen AA, Strnat JA, Partensky F, Garczarek L, Kassem NAbo El, Kehoe DM, Schluchter WM.  2017.  Adaptation to blue light in marine synechococcus requires MpeU, an enzyme with similarity to phycoerythrobilin lyase isomerases. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8:243. PDF icon Download pdf (1.96 MB)
Haney AM, Sanfilippo JE, Garczarek L, Partensky F, Kehoe DM.  2022.  Multiple Photolyases Protect the Marine Cyanobacterium Synechococcus from Ultraviolet Radiation. mBio. 13:e01511–22. PDF icon Download pdf (1.2 MB)