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Microsporidia : accumulating molecular evidence that a group of amitochondriate and suspectedly primitive eukaryotes are just curious fungi

(2000) GENE. 246(1-2). p.1-8
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Among-site rate variation, large subunit ribosomal RNA, long-branch, attraction, SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL-RNA, SUBSTITUTION RATE CALIBRATION, EXTREMELY ANCIENT EUKARYOTES, SITE RATE VARIATION, EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS, ENCEPHALITOZOON-CUNICULI, GIARDIA-LAMBLIA, TREE TOPOLOGIES, DNA-SEQUENCE, MITOCHONDRIA

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Van de Peer, Yves, Abdelghani Ben Ali, and Axel Meyer. “Microsporidia : Accumulating Molecular Evidence That a Group of Amitochondriate and Suspectedly Primitive Eukaryotes Are Just Curious Fungi.” GENE 246.1-2 (2000): 1–8. Print.
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Van de Peer, Y., Ben Ali, A., & Meyer, A. (2000). Microsporidia : accumulating molecular evidence that a group of amitochondriate and suspectedly primitive eukaryotes are just curious fungi. GENE, 246(1-2), 1–8.
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Van de Peer, Yves, Abdelghani Ben Ali, and Axel Meyer. 2000. “Microsporidia : Accumulating Molecular Evidence That a Group of Amitochondriate and Suspectedly Primitive Eukaryotes Are Just Curious Fungi.” Gene 246 (1-2): 1–8.
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Van de Peer, Yves, Abdelghani Ben Ali, and Axel Meyer. 2000. “Microsporidia : Accumulating Molecular Evidence That a Group of Amitochondriate and Suspectedly Primitive Eukaryotes Are Just Curious Fungi.” Gene 246 (1-2): 1–8.
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Van de Peer Y, Ben Ali A, Meyer A. Microsporidia : accumulating molecular evidence that a group of amitochondriate and suspectedly primitive eukaryotes are just curious fungi. GENE. 2000;246(1-2):1–8.
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Y. Van de Peer, A. Ben Ali, and A. Meyer, “Microsporidia : accumulating molecular evidence that a group of amitochondriate and suspectedly primitive eukaryotes are just curious fungi,” GENE, vol. 246, no. 1–2, pp. 1–8, 2000.
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  author       = {Van de Peer, Yves and Ben Ali, Abdelghani and Meyer, Axel},
  issn         = {0378-1119},
  journal      = {GENE},
  keywords     = {Among-site rate variation,large subunit ribosomal RNA,long-branch,attraction,SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL-RNA,SUBSTITUTION RATE CALIBRATION,EXTREMELY ANCIENT EUKARYOTES,SITE RATE VARIATION,EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS,ENCEPHALITOZOON-CUNICULI,GIARDIA-LAMBLIA,TREE TOPOLOGIES,DNA-SEQUENCE,MITOCHONDRIA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-2},
  pages        = {1--8},
  title        = {Microsporidia : accumulating molecular evidence that a group of amitochondriate and suspectedly primitive eukaryotes are just curious fungi},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0378-1119(00)00063-9},
  volume       = {246},
  year         = {2000},
}

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