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Hanusia phi

Taxonomy ID: 3032 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid3032)
current name
Hanusia phi
homotypic synonym:
Cryptomonas phi
includes:
Cryptomonas sp. Phi
NCBI BLAST name: cryptomonads
Rank: species
Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard)
Mitochondrial genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard)
Plastid genetic code: Translation table 11 (Bacterial, Archaeal and Plant Plastid)
Other names:
heterotypic synonym
Cryptomonas CCMP325
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Cryptophyceae; Pyrenomonadales; Geminigeraceae; Hanusia
   Entrez records   
Database name Direct links
Nucleotide 36,963
Protein 16,044
Popset 18
PubMed Central 21
SRA Experiments 4
Identical Protein Groups 15,748
BioProject 4
BioSample 3
Taxonomy 1

Comments and References:

Hanusia:
Deane J, Hill DRA, Brett SJ & McFadden GI 1998.Hanusia phi gen. et sp. nov. (Cryptophyceae): characterization of 'Cryptomonas sp. Phi'. European Journal of Phycology 33: (2) 149-154.Abstract:Cryptomonas sp. Phi is an undescribed cryptomonad used for manystudies into the endosymbiotic origin of plastids.Cryptomonas sp. Phi was characterized using electron microscopy, DNA sequencing and karyotyping. DNAsequence data show that Cryptomonas sp. Phi has been confused with the related cryptomonad, Guillardiatheta, which is the organism actually used in most published studies on cryptomonad endosymbiosis to date. It is proposed that the strain Cryptomonas sp. Phi be recognized as a distinct species under the name Hanusia phi. Although Hanusia phi shares molecular and karyotypic features with G. theta, it cannot be assigned to Guillardia because it does not fit the morphological description of this genus. H. phi differs from G. theta in periplast structure, configuration of the furrow-gullet system, and cell size, Morphologically, however, H. phi is very similar to Teleaulax acuta, Teleaulax merimbula and the diplomorph of Proteomonas sulcata.

External Information Resources (NCBI LinkOut)

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Hanusia phi taxonomy/phylogenetic AlgaeBase
Hanusia phi J. A. Deane taxonomy/phylogenetic Encyclopedia of life
Show Biotic Interactions taxonomy/phylogenetic Global Biotic Interactions
Hanusia phi J.A.Deane, 1998 taxonomy/phylogenetic Ocean Biogeographic Information System
Hanusia phi J.A.Deane, 1998 taxonomy/phylogenetic World Register of Marine Species
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Reference: How to cite this resource - Schoch CL, et al. NCBI Taxonomy: a comprehensive update on curation, resources and tools. Database (Oxford). 2020: baaa062. PubMed: 32761142 PMC: PMC7408187.


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