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- Moreira, David, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Protist 2014 v.165 no.4 pp. 512-526
- Animalia; Microsporidia; Tribonema; algae; centrosomes; fungi; genetic variation; germination; mitochondria; nucleotide sequences; parasitoids; phagocytes; phagocytosis; phylogeny; ribosomal RNA; sporangia; ultrastructure; zoospores
- ... Aphelids are a poorly known group of parasitoids of algae that have raised considerable interest due to their pivotal phylogenetic position. Together with Cryptomycota and the highly derived Microsporidia, they have been recently re-classified as Opisthosporidia, being the sister group to fungi. Despite their huge diversity, as revealed by molecular environmental studies, and their phylogenetic in ...
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