- Evolutionary distinctiveness of fatty acid and polyketide synthesis in eukaryotes
- The heterotrophic lineages of alveolates (ciliates), Rhizaria (Foraminifera), stramenopiles (bicosoecids, labyrinthulids-thraustochytrids and chrysophytes), Amoebozoa (tubulinids and dactylopodids), excavates (kinetoplastids) and Palpitomonas did not ...
- Database of host-pathogen and related species interactions, and their global
- Interactions between species, particularly where one is likely to be a pathogen of the other, as well as the geographical distribution of species, have been systematically extracted from various web-based, free-access sources, and assembled with the ...
- Reverse transcriptase genes are highly abundant and transcriptionally active
- Our conservative taxonomic assignments suggest their presence in metazoans, stramenopiles, cryptophytes, haptophytes, Viridiplantae, Alveolata and Amoebozoa, with the most numerous assignments being to metazoans (Supplementary Figure S5).
Amoebozoa is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Amoebozoa books and related discussion.
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