Evolution: Revisiting the Root of the Eukaryote Tree
- BiologyCurrent Biology
The eukaryotic tree of life: endosymbiosis takes its TOL.
- BiologyTrends in ecology & evolution
Comparative Genomics in Diplomonads : Lifestyle Variations Revealed at Genetic Level
This poster presents a probabilistic procedure to characterize the response of the immune system to E.coli and shows the importance of knowing the carrier and removal of E. Coli in the Buccaneer coronavirus.
Algae and their chloroplasts with particular reference to the dinoflagellates
- Environmental Science
The relationships between algal diversity and chloroplast acquisition through endosymbiosis are outlined and particular emphasis is placed on the evolutionary process in the small but interesting group of dinoflagellates that possess a diatom endosYmbiont.
Convergent Evolution: Gene Sharing by Eukaryotic Plant Pathogens
- BiologyCurrent Biology
Algae: Phylogeny and Evolution
- Biology, Environmental Science
Following the discovery that chloroplasts of eukaryotic algae arose after one or more symbiotic events, the term algae is now used as a colloquial term for primitive plants, including both prokaryotic and eUKaryotic species.
Sizing up the genomic footprint of endosymbiosis
- BiologyBioEssays : news and reviews in molecular, cellular and developmental biology
Collectively, these papers underscore the power of comparative genomics and reveal how little the authors know with certainty about the earliest stages of the evolution of photosynthetic eukaryotes.
Insights from Sequencing Fungal and Oomycete Genomes: What Can We Learn about Plant Disease and the Evolution of Pathogenicity?
- BiologyThe Plant Cell Online
Fungi and oomycetes are the causal agents of many of the world's most serious plant diseases and are unique in being able to breach the intact surfaces of host plants, rapidly establishing infections that can have disastrous consequences for large-scale agricultural operations.
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Recycled plastids: a 'green movement' in eukaryotic evolution.
- BiologyTrends in genetics : TIG
Organelles, Genomes and Eukaryote Phylogeny : An Evolutionary Synthesis in the Age of Genomics
An Overview on Eukaryote Origins and Evolution: The Beauty of the Cell and the Fabulous Gene Phylogenies David S. Horner, Robert P. Hirt Excavata and the Origin of Amitochondriate Eukaryotes Alistair…
The twilight of Heliozoa and rise of Rhizaria, an emerging supergroup of amoeboid eukaryotes.
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Combined small-subunit ribosomal RNA and actin sequence data for the three main groups of "Heliozoa" (Actinophryida, Centrohelida, and Desmothoracida), the heliozoan-like Sticholonche, and the radiolarian group Polycystinea provide solid evidence for the existence of the Rhizaria.
How many novel eukaryotic “kingdoms”? Pitfalls and limitations of environmental DNA surveys
The results suggest that the number of novel higher-level taxa revealed by previous EES was over-estimated, and only five candidate lineages of possible novel high-level eukaryotic taxa are found.
Recycled plastids: a ‘green movement
- in eukaryotic evolution. Trends Genet