ChlamyDB is a genome database for Chlamydomonas and related species.
Chlamydomonas F.A.Q. site.
Craig Amundsen’s page includes methods protocols used in the Lefebvre/Silflow laboratory at the University of Minnesota.
The Chlamydomonas Genetics Center is an NSF-sponsored project that serves as a central repository to receive, catalogue, preserve and distribute stocks of nuclear and chloroplast mutants of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and other Chlamydomonas species in which extensive genetic analysis has been done. The Center also maintains and distributes genomic and cDNA clones of Chlamydomonas nuclear, chloroplast and mitochondrial genes.
This site is primarily intended to help anyone wishing to use Chlamydomonas in undergraduate teaching labs, or student projects.