Morphological and Genetic Diversity of Opisthosporidia: New Aphelid Paraphelidium tribonemae gen. et sp. nov.

SA Karpov, VS Tcvetkova, MA Mamkaeva, G Torruella, H Timpano, D Moreira, KS Mamanazarova, P. López-Garc a

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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Aphelids are a poorly known group of parasitoids of algae that have raised considerable interest due to their pivotal phylogenetic position. Together with Cryptomycota and the highly derived Microsporidia, they have been recently re-classified as the Opisthosporidia, which constitute the sister group to the fungi within the Holomycota. Despite their huge diversity, as revealed by molecular environmental studies, and their phylogenetic interest, only three genera have been described (Aphelidium, Amoeboaphelidium, and Pseudaphelidium), from which 18S rRNA gene sequences exist only for Amoeboaphelidium and Aphelidium species. Here, we describe the life cycle and ultrastructure of a new representative of Aphelida, Paraphelidium tribonemae gen. et sp. nov., and provide the first 18S rRNA gene sequence obtained for this genus. Molecular phylogenetic analysis indicates that Paraphelidium is distantly related to both Aphelidium and Amoebaphelidium, highlighting the wide genetic diversity of aphelids. Paraphelidium tr
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Страницы (с-по)204-212
ЖурналJournal of Eukaryotic Microbiology
Том64
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СостояниеОпубликовано - 2016

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Karpov, SA ; Tcvetkova, VS ; Mamkaeva, MA ; Torruella, G ; Timpano, H ; Moreira, D ; Mamanazarova, KS ; López-Garc a, P. / Morphological and Genetic Diversity of Opisthosporidia: New Aphelid Paraphelidium tribonemae gen. et sp. nov. В: Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 2016 ; Том 64. стр. 204-212.
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Morphological and Genetic Diversity of Opisthosporidia: New Aphelid Paraphelidium tribonemae gen. et sp. nov. / Karpov, SA; Tcvetkova, VS; Mamkaeva, MA; Torruella, G; Timpano, H; Moreira, D; Mamanazarova, KS; López-Garc a, P.

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Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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