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- The new GKPID enzyme, found primarily in animals and choanoflagellates, is important for cell adhesion and spindle orientation. The mutation gave it a new shape that enabled it to bind to a different ligand.
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- However, in nearly every creek and lake, and throughout the oceans, there is one important group of multisyllabic microbes that the E.P.A.
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- Triggered by the presence of bacteria, the single-celled choanoflagellate Salpingoeca rosetta divides and stays with its sisters to form a colony.
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