CATALOG - Isochrysis maritima


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Folders this level: I. galbana, I. litoralis, I. maritima, I. nuda

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Current identification/main database link: Isochrysis maritima Billard & Gayral 1972

Compiled data

Citation: Isochrysis maritima Billard & Gayral 1972
Rank: Species
Type locality: below a chalk-cliff, Octeville (Seine-Maritime), France
Standardised type level: 160_HOLOCENE
Type sample (& lithostrat): Strain 17
Repository Country: France
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): n/a
Current citation: Isochrysis maritima Billard & Gayral 1972


Original Description
Young cells non-motile, hemispherical (3 x 6 µm) forming cubic masses; older cells spherical (6 x 7 µm)surrounded by concentric pectic envelopes; two parietal yellow-green chromatophores present; one intraplastidial pyrenoid per chromatophore. Asexual reproduction by division of the non-motile cells and by production of elongated metabolic swarmers (3 x 4.5-5 µm) with two apical subequal (6 and 8 µm) homodynamic flagella; movement of the cells generally in a backward direction; a single chromatophore and a stigma. Cells covered with one layer of subcircular plate scales (0.16 x 0.14 µm) with a thickened margin and radiating ridges.

References:

Billard, C. & Gayral, P. (1972). Two new species of Isochrysis with remarks on the genus Ruttnera. British Phycological Journal. 7(289-297): -. gs V O


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Isochrysis maritima: Catalog entry compiled by Jeremy Young. Viewed: 19-4-2021

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