Ostreococcus lucimarinus is one of three strains of Ostreococcus that are sequenced (next to O.tauri and a low-light/deep-sea strain). This striking feature of these organisms is their incredible small size and compact cellular organisation with a single chloroplast and a single mitochondrion.
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