Cyanophora paradoxa (Cpa)


[Photo from National Center For Marine Algae and Microbiota – Maine, United States]

Cyanophora paradoxa (AlgaeBase) is a freshwater species of Glaucophyte that is used as a model organism. C. paradoxa has two cyanelles or chloroplasts where photosynthesis occurs. Cyanelles are unusual organelles in that they retain a rudimentary peptidoglycan wall. The cyanelle genome of C. paradoxa strain LB 555 was sequenced and published in 1995. The nuclear genome was also sequenced and published in 2012. [From Wikipedia]

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