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A study of the fine structure and the mitosis of a lamellicristate amoeba, Micronuclearia podoventralis gen. et sp. nov. (Nucleariidae, Rotosphaerida)
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A study of the fine structure and the mitosis of a new member of the naked filose amoebae (Nucleariiadae, Rotosphaerida), Micronuclearia podoventralis is performed, and the phylogenetic source of the lamellicristate sarcodines is discussed. Expand
The fine structure of a carnivorous multiflagellar protist Multicilia marina Cienkowski, 1881 (flagellata incertae sedis)
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The irregular movement of Multicilia seems to result from its adaption to capturing its main food — naked amoebae, which is similar to that in other multiflagellate/ciliate protists. Expand
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Heliozoa. III. Actinophryids
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A proposition for the sequence of character acquisition and a new group of stramenopiles the actinodines uniting pedinellids, ciliophryids and actinophryid heliozoa is presented. Expand
Heliozoa as a component of marine Microbenthos: A study of heliozoa of the White Sea
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Oceanic water does not constitute a barrier against the distribution of species that occur in freshwater habitats as is suggested by the worldwide distribution of heliozoa in fresh waters of all continents. Expand
The unusually long small subunit ribosomal RNA gene found in amitochondriate amoeboflagellate Pelomyxa palustris: its rRNA predicted secondary structure and phylogenetic implication.
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Molecular and morphological data suggest that P. palustris represents a secondarily modified eukaryotic lineage and could be ascribed to the so-called eUKaryotic 'crown' group if the composition of the latter were not so sensitive to the methods of tree building. Expand
Revision of Genera and Species Composition of Lower Centroheliozoa. II. Family Raphidiophryidae n. tam.
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A revision of the genus Raphidiophrys ARCHER on the basis of the scale structure is performed and two new genera are proposed, including Parasphaerastrum and Polyplacocystis, including a single species. Expand
Fine structure of an unusual Rhizopod, Penardia cometa, containing extrusomes and kinetosomes
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A study of the fine structure of a small freshwater amoeba Penardia cometa with branching filiform pseudopodia is performed and its structure is compared with that of the filose and granuloreticulose isoebae and centrohelid heliozoa. Expand
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