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Phylogenetics of Hydroidolina (Hydrozoa: Cnidaria)
Hydroidolina is a group of hydrozoans that includes Anthoathecata, Leptothecata and Siphonophorae. Previous phylogenetic analyses show strong support for Hydroidolina monophyly, but the relationshipsExpand
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The phylogenetic position of Myxozoa: exploring conflicting signals in phylogenomic and ribosomal data sets.
Myxozoans are a diverse group of microscopic endoparasites that have been the focus of much controversy regarding their phylogenetic position. Two dramatically different hypotheses have been putExpand
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Phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic parasite, Polypodium hydriforme, within the Phylum Cnidaria
BackgroundPolypodium hydriforme is a parasite with an unusual life cycle and peculiar morphology, both of which have made its systematic position uncertain. Polypodium has traditionally beenExpand
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A preliminary loss comparison of solid-state transformers in a rail application employing silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFET switches
The silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductor and the medium frequency transformer (MFT) are two enabling technologies that are allowing the efficiencies and power densities of power electronicExpand
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Correction: Phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic parasite, Polypodium hydriforme, within the Phylum Cnidaria
Correction to Evans, N.M., Lindner, A., Raikova, E.V., Collins, A.G. and Cartwright, P. Phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic parasite, Polypodium hydriforme, within the phylum Cnidaria. BMC EvolExpand
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The phylogenetic placement of two enigmatic metazoan parasites: Polypodium hydriforme and Myxozoa
The species Polypodium hydriforme and the phylum Myxozoa are both intracellular fish parasites. Both parasites possess putative nematocysts, the stinging structure characteristic of all cnidarians.Expand