Ecologically relevant choanoflagellates collected from hypoxic water masses of the Baltic Sea have untypical mitochondrial cristae

@inproceedings{Wylezich2012EcologicallyRC,
  title={Ecologically relevant choanoflagellates collected from hypoxic water masses of the Baltic Sea have untypical mitochondrial cristae},
  author={Claudia Wylezich and Sergey A Karpov and Alexander Mylnikov and Ruth Anderson and Klaus J{\"u}rgens},
  booktitle={BMC Microbiology},
  year={2012}
}
BackgroundProtist communities inhabiting oxygen depleted waters have so far been characterized through both microscopical observations and sequence based techniques. However, the lack of cultures for abundant taxa severely hampers our knowledge on the morphology, ecology and energy metabolism of hypoxic protists. Cultivation of such protists has been unsuccessful in most cases, and has never yet succeeded for choanoflagellates, even though these small bacterivorous flagellates are known to be… CONTINUE READING

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