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  1. Tetrahymena pyriformis - Phylogenetic information
    In mitochondrial phylogenies based on protein sequences, Tetrahymena,
    Paramecium and Plasmodium form a consistent clade (the alveolates). However
     ...

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  2. Phylogenetic Navigators
    Alveolates: Apicomplexa · Ciliates · Dinoflagellates · Foraminifera · Basal Protists
    · Choanoflagellates (collar flagellates); Chlorophytes (green algae); Chromists ...

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  3. Lartillot and Philippe, 2004 - Molecular Evolution & Organelle ...
    the alveolates, instead of the diplomonads and trichomo- nads. In spite of these
    differences, however, the mean number of classes (ЖKж 27.9 6 3.6) is close to
     ...

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  4. Ancient Phylogenetic Relationships - Molecular Evolution ...
    by four membranes, i.e., alveolates and stramenopiles. (Baldauf et al., 2000; Fast
    et al., 2001; Arisue et al.,. 2002b; Bapteste et al., 2002) strongly suggested that.

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  5. Get PDF (422K) - Wiley Online Library
    Arch. f. Pro- tistenk. 76:58994. Van de Peer, Y., Van Der Auwera, G. & de
    Wachter, R. 1996. The evolution of stramenopiles and alveolates as derived by ''
    sub-.

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