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Separation of Chlorella ellipsoidea from C. saccharophila (Chlorophyceae): no growth on mannitol and cadmium sensitivity
Plant Systematics and Evolution
Vol. 157, No. 3/4 (1987), pp. 247-251
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23674050
Page Count: 5
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This paper presents physiological evidence for the existence as separate taxonomic entities of Chlorella saccharophila and C. ellipsoidea. C. saccharophila is able to utilize mannitol for growth in the dark, whereas C. ellipsoidea is unable to grow on mannitol. In addition, C. ellipsoidea is characterized by an extreme sensitivity towards cadmium. — Among the other Chlorella species, only C. luteoviridis is capable of growing on mannitol.
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