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Cercozoa

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Local diversity of heathland Cercozoa explored by in-depth sequencing
Cercozoa are abundant free-living soil protozoa and quantitatively important in soil food webs; yet, targeted high-throughput sequencing (HTS) has not yet been applied to this group.
Multi-year assessment of coastal planktonic fungi reveals environmental
For example, large-scale infections of the diatoms Guinardia delicatula and G. flaccida by the parasites Pirsonia and Cryothecomonas, both in the phylum Cercozoa, have been reported in the Wadden Sea, with up to 35% of G. delicatula and 65% of G.
Protistan community analysis: key findings of a large-scale molecular sampling
For analyses on higher taxonomic group level, the following taxa were selected: Ciliophora, Dinophyceae, Apicomplexa, Alveolata rest, Bicosoecida, Oomycetes, Chrysophyceae, Synurophyceae, Bacillariophyta, Stramenopiles rest, Cercozoa, Rhizaria rest, ...
Tree diversity and species identity effects on soil fungi, protists and
Both primers were shortened and modified to perfectly match >99.5% of all Fungi (except Tulasnellaceae and Microsporidia; Supplementary Table S2). The ITS3 primer mixes were designed to cover Cercozoa protists (amoebae from Rhizaria superkingdom), ...
Metatranscriptomic census of active protists in soils
The Rhizaria were almost exclusively comprised of Cercozoa (Figure 3a) with dominance of rRNAs of the small flagellates belonging to the class Filosa-Sarcomonadea (formerly combined into Cercomonadida) and both, flagellated and amoeboid Cercozoa in ...

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