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Molecular phylogeny and classification of the Mamiellophyceae class. nov. (Chlorophyta) based on sequence comparisons of the nuclear- and plastid-encoded rRNA operons.
Molecular phylogenetic analyses of the Mamiellophyceae classis nova, a ubiquitous group of largely picoplanktonic green algae comprising scaly and non-scaly prasinophyte unicells, were performedExpand
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Minimal plastid genome evolution in the Paulinella endosymbiont
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A study of conflict between molecular phylogeny and taxonomy in the Desmidiaceae (Streptophyta, Viridiplantae): analyses of 291 rbcL sequences.
Molecular phylogenetic analyses of 93 new and 198 non-redundant GenBank rbcL sequences of the family Desmidiaceae (Zygnematophyceae, Streptophyta) established 22 mostly highly supported clades, inExpand
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Handbook of the Protists
The last quarter century has seen dramatic changes in our understanding of the phylogenetic relationships among protist groups and their evolutionary history. This is due in large part to theExpand
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Actin Phylogeny and Intron Distribution in Bangiophyte Red Algae(Rhodoplantae)
The molecular phylogeny of red algal actin genes, with emphasis on the paraphyletic “Bangiophyceae,” was examined and compared to the rhodophyte SSU rDNA phylogeny. Nineteen new genomic actinExpand
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Developmental regulation of the maize Zm-p60.1 gene encoding a β-glucosidase located to plastids
Abstract A β-glucosidase that cleaves the biologically inactive hormone conjugates cytokinin-O- and kinetin-N3-glucosides is encoded by the maize Zm-p60.1 gene. The expression of the Zm-p60.1 geneExpand
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Diversity of ABC transporter genes across the plant kingdom and their potential utility in biotechnology
BackgroundThe ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter gene superfamily is ubiquitous among extant organisms and prominently represented in plants. ABC transporters act to transport compounds acrossExpand
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An update on fibrous flagellar roots in green algae
In flagellate green algae two types of fibrous flagellar roots can be distinguished: system I fibres, cross-striated bundles of 2nm filaments (striation periodicity about 30 nm), which are associatedExpand
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Systematics and Evolution of the Algae
This report covers books, reviews and original publications on the systematics and evolution of algae, including prokaryotic algae, which have been published mainly during the period 1982/1983. TheExpand
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