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Haloarcula argentinensis sp. nov. and Haloarcula mukohataei sp. nov., two new extremely halophilic archaea collected in Argentina.
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Two new strains of extremely halophilic archaea, isolated from the soils of the Argentine salt flats, are proposed to be classified as a member of a new species, Haloarcula argentinensis, and that strain arg-2T may belong to a new genus or a subgenus of the genus Haloarculateda. Expand
Taxonomic status of the species of the green algal genusNeochloris
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This paper reconciles the two treatments of Neochloris Starr and makes additional recommendations at the ranks of genus, family, order, and class. Expand
Phylogeny and biogeography of Sicydiinae (Teleostei: Gobiidae) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear genes
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A molecular dating approach helps the interpretation of these phylogenetic results in terms of amphidromy and biogeographical events that have allowed the Sicydiinae to colonise the Indo-Pacific, West African and Caribbean islands. Expand
Hiding in plain sight: Koshicola spirodelophila gen. et sp. nov. (Chaetopeltidales, Chlorophyceae), a novel green alga associated with the aquatic angiosperm Spirodela polyrhiza.
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The morphology and ultrastructure of this alga are consistent with placement in Chaetopeltidales (Chlorophyceae), but a distinct trait combination supports recognition of thisAlga as a new genus and species-Koshicola spirodelophila gen. et sp. Expand
Morphological and meristic evaluation of the population structure of Anguilla marmorata across its range.
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The differences in N(V) among some regions and the population genetic studies of this species indicate that there are at least four populations of A. marmorata (North Pacific, Micronesia, Indian Ocean and South Pacific), which appear to include metapopulation structures in the Indian Oceanand South Pacific. Expand
Ultrastructure of the mitotic apparatus in Cryptococcus neoformans.
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Observation of serial sections showed that the separation of chromosomes occurred in the karyokinetic nucleus in the bud, that the microtubule organizing center (MTOC) was composed of two globular elements and a bridged middle piece, and that the nuclear envelope of the karieskinetic nucleus was partially destroyed during mitosis. Expand
Distribution of mating types among clinical isolates of theMicrosporum gypseum complex
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The present results suggest that the ability to cause skin infection of humans by the soil-inhabitating organisms is approximately equal in the mating types and probably independent of sexuality. Expand
Comparative Ultrastructure of the Zoospores of Eight species of Characium (Chlorophyta)
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It appears that convergence of similar vegetative cell morphology has occurred multiple times among the chlorococcalean algae including a similar combination of features also observed in three groups within the genus “Neochloris”. Expand
Parasympathetic innervation of cutaneous blood vessels by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide-immunoreactive and acetylcholinesterase-positive nerves: Histochemical and experimental study on rat lower
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Findings indicate that vessels in the rat lip are innervated by parasympathetic fibers originating from the otic ganglion and support the view that vasoactive intestinal polypeptide is present in cholinergic neurons. Expand
Taxonomy of Trichophyton interdigitale (Trichophyton mentagrophytes var. interdigitale) by restriction enzyme analysis of mitochondrial DNA.
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The relationship between Trichophyton interdigitale and the other members of the T. mentagrophytes complex was studied by restriction enzyme analysis of mitochondrial DNA and the restriction profiles obtained were identical to those of A. vanbreuseghemii, considered to be closely related. Expand
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