A group (some say infraphylum) of AMOEBOZOA that lack mitochondria.

Eukaryotic pyruvate formate lyase and its activating enzyme were acquired laterally from a Firmicute. (1/4)

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Last of the human protists: the phylogeny and genetic diversity of Iodamoeba. (2/4)

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Plant vegetative and animal cytoplasmic actins share functional competence for spatial development with protists. (3/4)

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Draft genome sequence of Methanobacterium formicicum DSM 3637, an Archaebacterium isolated from the methane producer amoeba Pelomyxa palustris. (4/4)

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Archamoebae is a group of unicellular eukaryotic organisms that belong to the phylum Amoebozoa. They are characterized by their ability to change shape and move by extending pseudopodia, which are temporary projections of the cell membrane. In the medical field, Archamoebae are known to cause a variety of infections in humans and animals. The most common infection caused by Archamoebae is amoebic dysentery, which is caused by the species Entamoeba histolytica. This parasite can cause inflammation of the colon and rectum, leading to symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever. Other species of Archamoebae can cause infections in the brain, lungs, and other organs. For example, Acanthamoeba can cause a rare but serious infection called granulomatous amoebic encephalitis, which can lead to brain damage and death. Diagnosis of Archamoebae infections typically involves examination of stool samples or tissue biopsies using microscopy or molecular techniques. Treatment may involve the use of antibiotics or antiprotozoal drugs, depending on the specific species and location of the infection.

... are a diverse group of amoebae. Many have flagella for motility, while others do not. They grow in the absence of ... The group Archamoebae was proposed by Thomas Cavalier-Smith in 1998 as part of the Archezoa, a newly-proposed group to include ... The Archamoebae are a group of protists originally thought to have evolved before the acquisition of mitochondria by eukaryotes ... The other genera of archamoebae live in freshwater habitats and are unusual among amoebae in possessing flagella. Most have a ...
Peroxisomes are not present in all Archamoebae. Studies show that some Mastigamoeba contain peroxisomal proteins. Archamoebae ... Mastigamoeba is a genus of pelobionts, and treated by some as members of the Archamoebae group of protists. Mastigamoeba are ... Tom Cavalier-Smith described the class Archamoebae in 1983 and among others included the order Mastigamoebid, which includes ... Walker, G., Zadrobilkova, E., & Cepicka, I. (2017). "Archamoebae". Handbook Of The Protists. pp. 1349-1403.{{cite book}}: CS1 ...
... the Archamoebae. The Archamoebae were, in turn, recruited to the new kingdom of Archezoa, along with other amitochondriate ... Are Archamoebae true Archezoa? the phylogenetic position of Pelomyxa sp. as inferred from large subunit ribosomal RNA ... By the end of the decade, it was clear that all members of Cavalier-Smith's Archamoebae were descended from mitochondriate ... n.(Archamoebae, pelobiontida)." Cell and Tissue Biology 5.1 (2011): 90-97. Greeff, Richard. "Pelomyxa palustris (Pelobius), ein ...
Cavalier-Smith T (1991). "Archamoebae: the ancestral eukaryotes?". Bio Systems. 25 (1-2): 25-38. doi:10.1016/0303-2647(91)90010 ... and archamoebae. These groups appear as the most primitive eukaryotes on phylogenetic trees constructed using rRNA information ...
Archamoebae: the ancestral eukaryotes? Biosystems 25:25-38. Cavalier Smith, T. . The evolution of cells. pp 271-304 in S. Osawa ...
... is a family of Archamoebae. It includes Entamoeba and Entamoebites. "www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov". Retrieved 2009-05-06. ...
... other members include the Archamoebae, Tubulinea and Flabellinia. Some Amoeboza cause disease. The Chromista are a group of ...
Other non-fruiting amoebozoans are Variosea, Discosea and Archamoebae. Obazoa includes the two kingdoms Metazoa (animals) and ...
The Eumycetozoa+Archamoebae clade is, in turn, the sister group to Variosea. Within Eumycetozoa, Dictyostelia has a basal ... In independent phylogenetic analyses, it has been consistently recovered as the sister group to Archamoebae. ...
In some Archamoebae, the posterior flagella and its related cytoskeleton has been lost, and others have lost the entire ... The conical microtubular skeleton convergently evolved in Archamoebae and Variosea, but not in Mycetozoa. A study of the ... Notable characteristics of these two groups are that Mycetozoa are free living, while Archamoebae are amitochondrial. This ... Cavalier-Smith originally separated this group into 2 infraphyla: Archamoebae and Mycetozoa. ...
Lobosa: Discosea) Entamoeba histolytica trophozoite (Conosa: Archamoebae) Pelomyxa palustris (Conosa: Archamoebae) Stemonitis ... However, among the Archamoebae, which are adapted to anoxic or microaerophilic habitats, mitochondria have been lost. It ... Infraphylum Archamoebae Cavalier-Smith 1993 stat. n. 1998 Class Archamoebea Cavalier-Smith 1983 stat. n. 2004 Family ... However, flagella do occur among the Archamoebae, and many slime moulds produce biflagellate gametes[citation needed]. The ...
... belongs to the Archamoebae, which like many other anaerobic eukaryotes have reduced mitochondria. This group also ...
Conosa is divided into the aerobic infraphylum Semiconosia (Mycetozoa and Variosea) and secondarily anaerobic Archamoebae. ...
... and Archamoebae (a). Amoebozoa Lühe 1913, sensu Cavalier-Smith 1998 Evosea Kang et al. 2017 Cutosea Cavalier-Smith et al. 2016 ... Cutosea and Archamoebae. It is defined on a node-based approach as the least-inclusive clade containing Dictyostelium ... a larger group that contains the archamoebae, true slime molds and Variosea. Evosea, along with Tubulinea and Discosea, compose ...
... parabasalids and archamoebae in the protozoan-group Archezoa. More recent research has falsified this theory of early origin ( ...
... initially classified in the Archamoebae within phylum Amoebozoa, appeared to strongly diverge in phylogenetic trees based on ... ribosomal RNA and had a structure very different from other Archamoebae. Because of these results, 'M. invertens' was separated ...
Phylum: Amoebozoa Class: Archamoebae Order: Pelobiontida Pelomyxa quarta Phylum: Myzozoa Class: Dinophyceae Order: Peridiniales ...
The amoeboflagellates (e.g., the rhizarian genus Cercomonas, some amoebozoan Archamoebae, some excavate Heterolobosea) have a ... some archamoebae (F/S) Opisthokonta: choanoflagellates (F) Excavata Discoba: jakobids (F), kinetoplastids (bodonids, F/P, ...
Archamoebae Lobosa Protamoebae Bikonta Apusozoa Excavata Archaeplastida (plants, broadly defined) Glaucophyta - glaucophytes ...
Cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Protista; Amoebozoa; Archamoebae; Entamoeba Natural Reservoir. *Usually humans (only) ...
Walker G., Zadrobílková E., Čepička I. (2017) Archamoebae. In: Archibald J. et al. (eds) Handbook of the Protists. Springer, ... Variation of the microtubular cytoskeleton organization in representatives of the genus Pelomyxa (Amoebozoa, Archamoebae, ...
In this study, we presented the results of our molecular phylogenetic analysis of Archamoebae using a newly obtained sequence ... Phylogenetic position of the pelobiont Mastigamoeba aspera and revision of the family Mastigamoebidae (Archamoebae, ...
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Numerous animals have coevolved with plants; flowering plants have evolved pollination syndromes, suites of flower traits that favour their reproduction. Many, including insect and bird partners, are pollinators, visiting flowers and accidentally transferring pollen in exchange for food in the form of pollen or nectar.[76] Many animals disperse seeds that are adapted for such dispersal. Various mechanisms of dispersal have evolved. Some fruits offer nutritious outer layers attractive to animals, while the seeds are adapted to survive the passage through the animals gut; others have hooks that enable them to attach to a mammals fur.[77] Myrmecophytes are plants that have coevolved with ants. The plant provides a home, and sometimes food, for the ants. In exchange, the ants defend the plant from herbivores and sometimes competing plants. Ant wastes serve as organic fertilizer.[78] The majority of plant species have fungi associated with their root systems in a mutualistic symbiosis known as ...
Archamoebae B01.046.090 Balamuthia mandrillaris B01.046.500 Lobosea B01.046.500.100 Amoebida B01.046.500.100.075 Acanthopodina ...
Archamoebae Preferred Term Term UI T746681. Date02/26/2009. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID NLM (2010). ... Archamoebae Preferred Concept UI. M0533233. Registry Number. txid555406. Scope Note. A group (some say infraphylum) of ... Archamoebae. Tree Number(s). B01.046.060. Unique ID. D056896. RDF Unique Identifier. http://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D056896 ...
Archamoebae Preferred Term Term UI T746681. Date02/26/2009. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID NLM (2010). ... Archamoebae Preferred Concept UI. M0533233. Registry Number. txid555406. Scope Note. A group (some say infraphylum) of ... Archamoebae. Tree Number(s). B01.046.060. Unique ID. D056896. RDF Unique Identifier. http://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D056896 ...
A supergroup (some say phylum) of ameboid EUKARYOTES, comprising ARCHAMOEBAE; LOBOSEA; and MYCETOZOA.. ... A supergroup (some say phylum) of ameboid EUKARYOTES, comprising ARCHAMOEBAE; LOBOSEA; and MYCETOZOA. ... Supergrupo (para algunos, filo) de EUCARIOTAS ameboides constituido por: ARCHAMOEBAE, LOBOSEA y MYCETOZOA.. ...
Archamoebae *Cutosea *Eumycetozoa *Variosea *Tubulinea *Corycida *Echinamoebida *Elardia *unclassified Tubulinea *environmental ...
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Archamoebae *Cutosea *Eumycetozoa *Variosea *Tubulinea *Corycida *Echinamoebida *Elardia *unclassified Tubulinea *environmental ...
HN - 2010 FX - Bees FX - Honey MH - Archamoebae UI - D056896 MN - B1.46.60 MS - A group (some say infraphylum) of AMOEBOZOA ... comprising ARCHAMOEBAE; LOBOSEA; and MYCETOZOA. AN - general; prefer specifics; infection: coordinate with AMEBIASIS (IM); ...
... seven species of nematode and cestodes helminths were found along with five species of Archamoebae protozoa: flagellates and ...
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Archamoebae Architectural Accessibility Architectural Drawings Architecture as Topic Archives Arcidae Arcobacter Arctic Regions ...
  • Kristína joined the team in 2018 and focuses on the genomics of archamoebae and euglenids. (protistologie.cz)
  • The glycine cleavage system is widely conserved among Archamoebae, except in Entamoeba, probably owing to its role in catabolic function or one-carbon metabolism. (lu.se)
  • The other genera of archamoebae live in freshwater habitats and are unusual among amoebae in possessing flagella. (wikipedia.org)
  • Early molecular trees based on rRNA supported this position, placing several Archamoebae genera as separate groups that diverged from other eukaryotes very early on, suggesting that the absence of mitochondria was a primitive condition. (wikipedia.org)
  • We compared in silico reconstructed MRO proteomes of eight species (six genera) and found that the common ancestor of Archamoebae possessed very few typical components of the protein translocation machinery, electron transport chain and tricarboxylic acid cycle. (lu.se)
  • The Archamoebae are a group of protists originally thought to have evolved before the acquisition of mitochondria by eukaryotes. (wikipedia.org)
  • Archamoebae comprises free-living or endobiotic amoebiform protists that inhabit anaerobic or microaerophilic environments and possess mitochondrion-related organelles (MROs) adapted to function anaerobically. (lu.se)
  • However, soon thereafter genetic remnants of mitochondria were found in various Archamoebae, suggesting that these organisms had diverged after the evolution of mitochondria, but had lost their mitochondria over time, and are more closely related to various amoebae and slime molds. (wikipedia.org)
  • In this study, we presented the results of our molecular phylogenetic analysis of Archamoebae using a newly obtained sequence of the 18S rRNA gene of Mastigamoeba aspera, the type species of the genus. (bvsalud.org)
  • Most described species of Archamoebae either lack mitochondria or are described to have reduced mitosomes. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Archamoebae are a group of protists originally thought to have evolved before the acquisition of mitochondria by eukaryotes. (wikipedia.org)
  • The group Archamoebae was proposed by Thomas Cavalier-Smith in 1998 as part of the Archezoa, a newly-proposed group to include eukaryotes that had diverged before acquisition of mitochondria and other common eukaryotic cell features. (wikipedia.org)
  • Early molecular trees based on rRNA supported this position, placing several Archamoebae genera as separate groups that diverged from other eukaryotes very early on, suggesting that the absence of mitochondria was a primitive condition. (wikipedia.org)