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Prototheca stagnorum

Known as: Prototheca stagnora 
A species of achlorophyllic alga in the family Chlorellaceae. P. stagnora is mucoid and grows only at 30°C.
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2017
2017
Whey as cheese-making by-product has become a threat toward the sustainability of production process at small medium enterprises… 
2011
2011
Bovine mastitis caused by the yeast-like alga Prototheca zopfii represents a serious veterinary problem and may result in heavy… 
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2010
Highly Cited
2010
A strain of a novel pathogenic, achlorophyllic alga belonging to the genus Prototheca was isolated from the inflamed skin of a… 
2005
2005
As part of screening aimed at the selection of novel antimycotic compounds of vegetable origin, leaf extracts of Camellia… 
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1994
Highly Cited
1994
A one‐year examination of mammary secretions (n = 2,896) from Danish cattle with clinical or subclinical mastitis revealed 45… 
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1975
Highly Cited
1975
Prototheca zopfii is an achlorophyllous alga which degrades oil. It has been found to degrade 10 and 40% of a motor oil and crude… 
1966
1966
SYNOPSIS. The sterols of a number of protozoa grown in axenic culture have been examined. Ergosterol is present in Polytoma… 
1945
1945
Barker's study on the nutritive requirements of Prototheca zopfii indicated that this colorless alga fails to grow in the absence…