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Complete ecological isolation and cryptic diversity in Polynucleobacter
The one value slightly below 99% and most of the other lower values resulted from comparison with the only obligate endosymbiotic strain, that is, STIR1 (Vannini et al., 2007; Boscaro et al., 2013), among the compared six strains.
A brief history of sex – with no pictures
Now described as endosymbiosis, the feat became the launch platform for an entirely new kind of cell: eukaryotes, with nucleus protecting its DNA chromosomes and the unique ability to reproduce by swapping completely reshuffled sets of chromosomes with ...
Rare evolutionary example of endosymbiosis undone
The evolution of intracellular organelles through endosymbiosis was a turning point in the history of life on Earth.
Green Alga Found to Prey on Bacteria, Bolstering Endosymbiotic Theory
Termed "Endosymbiotic Theory", the idea is that early nucleated cells called eukaryotes ate bacteria that managed to escape digestion but also couldn't escape their captors. Instead, they partnered with them. Today's mitochondria -- eukaryotic cellular ...
Endosymbiosis Timeline
These insights are published in the Aug. 20 online edition of the journal Nature.

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