Support for the coevolution of Neoparamoeba and their endosymbionts, Perkinsela amoebae-like organisms.

@article{Young2014SupportFT,
  title={Support for the coevolution of Neoparamoeba and their endosymbionts, Perkinsela amoebae-like organisms.},
  author={Neil D. Young and Iva Dykov{\'a} and Philip B B Crosbie and Matthias Wolf and Richard N. Morrison and Andrew R. Bridle and Barbara Nowak},
  journal={European journal of protistology},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={509-23}
}
Some of the species from the genus Neoparamoeba, for example N. perurans have been shown to be pathogenic to aquatic animals and thus have economic significance. They all contain endosymbiont, Perkinsela amoebae like organisms (PLOs). In this study we investigated phylogenetic ambiguities within the Neoparamoeba taxonomy and phylogenetic congruence between PLOs and their host Neoparamoeba to confirm the existence of a single ancient infection/colonisation that led to cospeciation between all… CONTINUE READING

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