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Amoebidium

National Institutes of Health

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2014
2014
Paramoebidium, along with Amoebidium, constitute the order Amoebidiales, traditionally included in the ecological group… 
2009
2009
Abstract“The Origins of Genome Architecture” by Michael Lynch (2007) may not immediately sound like a book that someone… 
2009
2009
The morphological and phylogenetic diversity of the microscopic eukaryotes of the Lake Koronia water column was investigated… 
Review
2008
Review
2008
The evolution of multicellular animals (Metazoa) from their unicellular ancestors was a key transition that was accompanied by… 
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2005
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2003
Highly Cited
2003
Animal mtDNAs are typically small (≈16 kbp), circular-mapping molecules that encode 37 or fewer tightly packed genes. Here we… 
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2000
Highly Cited
2000
The unicellular heterotrophic protist Hyaloraphidium is classified with a family of green algae, the Ankistrodesmaceae. The only… 
1968
1968
SUMMARY The thallus of Amoebidium parasiticum is attached to its host animal by a basal, acellular holdfast. The holdfast is… 
1966
1966
SYNOPSIS. Induction of the resistant stage in the Amoebidiales appears to be dependent upon a morphogenetic factor derived from… 
1960
1960
THE Trichomycetes as defined by Duboscq et al.1 include four orders of little-known fungi. Common characteristics of this class…