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Reference: Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology
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Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.

Articles

  1. Lester, R.J.G., 1982. Unicapsula seriolae n.sp. (Myxosporea, Multivalvulida) from Australian yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi.: 584-588.
  2. Cavalier-Smith, T., 1993. The Protozoan Phylum Opalozoa: 609-615.
  3. Lange, C.E., MacVean, C.M., Henry, J.E. & Streett, D.A., 1995. Heterovesicula cowani N. G., N. Sp. (Heterovesiculidae N. Fam.), a Microsporidian Parasite of Mormon Crickets, Anabrus simplex Haldeman, 1852 (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): 552-558.
  4. Nerad, T.A., Sawyer, T.K., Lewis, E.J. & Mclaughlin, S.M., 1995. Acanthamoeba pearcei n. sp. (Protozoa, Amebida) from sewage contaminated sediments.: 702-705.
  5. Dehority, B.A., 1996. A new family of entodiniomorph protozoa from the marsupial forestomach, with descriptions of a new genus and five new species.: 285-295.
  6. Czaker, R., 1997. 438-446.
  7. Sawyer, T.K., Nerad, T.A., Cahoon, L.B. & Nearhoof, J.E., 1998. Learamoeba waccamawensis, n. g., n. sp. (Heterolobosea: Vahlkampfiidae), a new temperature-tolerant cyst-forming soil amoeba.: 260-264.
  8. Cavalier-Smith, T., 1999. Principles of Protein and Lipid Targeting in Secondary Symbiogenesis: Euglenoid, Dinoflagellate, and Sporozoan Plastid Origins and the Eukaryote Family Tree: 347-366.
  9. Pampoulie, C., Marques, A., Rosecchi, E., Crivelli, A.J. & Bouchereau, J.-L., 1999. A new myxosporean parasite, Kudoa camarguensis n. sp., recorded on two goby species (Teleostei: Pisces) in the Rhone Delta (Mediterranean Sea, France).: 304-310.
  10. Frenkel, J.K., 1999. Pneumocystis pneumonia, an immunodeficiency-dependent disease (IDD): a critical historical overview: 89S-92S.
  11. Hauer, G., Rogerson, A. & Anderson, O.R., 2001. Platyamoeba pseudovannellida N. Sp., a Naked Amoeba With Wide Salt Tolerance Isolated from the Salton Sea, California: 663-669.
  12. Cameron, S.L., O'Donoghue, P.J. & Adlard, R.D., 2001. Four new species of Macropodinium (Ciliophora: Litostomatea) from wallabies and pademelons.: 542-555.
  13. Whipps, C.M., Adlard, R.D., Bryant, M.S., Lester, R.J.G., Findlay, V. & Kent, M.L., 2003b. First Report of Three Kudoa Species from Eastern Australia: Kudoa thyrsites from Mahi mahi (Coryphaena hippurus), Kudoa amamiensis and Kudoa minithyrsites n. sp. from Sweeper (Pempheris ypsilychnus).: 215-219.
  14. Sonntag, B. & Foissner, W., 2004. Urotricha psenneri n. sp. and Amphileptus piger (Vuxanovici, 1962) n. comb., Two Planktonic Ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from an Oligotrophic Lake in Austria: 670-677.
  15. Matos, E., Tajdari, J. & Azevedo, C., 2005. Ultrastructural Studies of Henneguya rhamdia n. sp. (Myxozoa) a Parasite from the Amazon Teleost Fish, Rhamdia quelen (Pimelodidae).: 532.
  16. Adl, S.M., Simpson, A.G.B., Farmer, M.A., Andersen, R.A., Anderson, O.R., Barta, J.R., Bowser, S.S., Brugerolle, G., Fensome, R.A., Fredericq, S., James, T.Y., Karpov, S., Kugrens, P., Krug, J., Lane, C.E., Lewis, L.A., Lodge, J., Lynn, D.H. et al., 2005. The New Higher Level Classification of Eukaryotes with Emphasis on the Taxonomy of Protists: 399-451.
  17. Miao, W., Simpson, A.G.B., Fu, C. & Lobban, C.S., 2005. The Giant Zooxanthellae-Bearing Ciliate Maristentor dinoferus (Heterotrichea) is Closely Related to Folliculinidae.: 11-16.
  18. Berger, H., Al-Rasheid, K.A.S. & Foissner, W., 2006. Morphology and cel division of Saudithrix terricola n. gen., n. sp., a large, stichotrich ciliate from Saudi Arabia: 260-268.
  19. Walker, G., Dacks, J.B. & Embley, T.M., 2006. Ultrastructural Description of Breviata anathema, n. gen., n. sp., the Organism Previously Studied as Mastigamoeba invertens: 1-14.
  20. Lara, E., Chatzinotas, A. & Simpson, A.G.B., 2006. Andalucia (n. gen.) - the Deepest Branch Within Jakobids (Jakobida; Excavata), Based on Morphological and Molecular Study of a New Flagellate from Soil: 112-120.
  21. Yubuki, N., Inagaki, Y., Nakayama, T. & Inouye, I., 2007. Ultrastructure and Ribosomal RNA Phylogeny of the Free-Living Heterotrophic Flagellate Dysnectes brevis n. gen., n. sp., a New Member of the Fornicata: 191–200.
  22. Pawlowski, J. & Burki, F., 2009. Untangling the Phylogeny of Amoeboid Protists: 16-25.
  23. Nitsche, F., Carr, M., Arndt, H. & Leadbeater, B.S.C., 2011. Higher Level Taxonomy and Molecular Phylogenetics of the Choanoflagellatea: 452-462.
  24. Adl, S.M., Simpson, A.G.B., Lane, C.E., Lukeš, J., Bass, D., Bowser, S.S., Brown, M.W., Burki, F., Dunthorn, M., Hampl, V., Heiss, A., Hoppenrath, M., Lara, E., Le Gall, L., Lynn, D.H., McManus, H., Mitchell, E.A.D., Mozley-Stanridge, S.E., Parfrey, L.W., Pawlowski, J., Rueckert, S., Shadwick, L., Schoch, C.L., Smirnov, A. & Spiegel, F.W., 2012. The Revised Classification of Eukaryotes: 429-493.
  25. Rueckert, S., Wakeman, K.C. & Leander, B.S., 2013. Discovery of a Diverse Clade of Gregarine Apicomplexans (Apicomplexa: Eugregarinorida) from Pacific Eunicid and Onuphid Polychaetes, Including Descriptions of Paralecudina n. gen., Trichotokara japonica n. sp., and T. eunicae n. sp.: 121–136.
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