Phaeodactylum tricornutum CCY0033


Description: Phaeodactylum tricornutm is a pennate diatom. Its the only one species in the genus of Phaeodactylum. The frustule is poorly silicified; it is the only one diatom that can grow in absence of silicon.

Isolated from: Schiermonikoog, The Netherlands.

Type of sample: sediment.

Incubation T°: 14°C.

Light cycle: 16 light/ 8 dark

Medium: MDV

Strain description
ssu rRNA sequence



't Lam G. P., Vermuë M. H., Olivieri G., van den Broek L. A. M., Barbosa M. J., Eppink M. H. M., Wijffels R. H., Kleinegris D. M. M., 2014. Cationic polymers for seccessful flocculation of marine microalgae. Biosource Technology. 169: 804-807.

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