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Nuclearia

Nuclearia
Nuclearia thermophila
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): Opisthokonta
Order: Nucleariida
Family: Nucleariidae
Genus: Nuclearia
Cienkowsky, 1865

Nuclearia is a nucleariid genus.[1][2]

Species include:

References

  1. ^ "Nuclearia".  
  2. ^ "micro*scope". March 2006. Retrieved March 23, 2009. 
  3. ^ Linda A. Amaral Zettler, Thomas A. Nerad, Charles J. O'Kelly & Mitchell L. Sogin (2001). "The nucleariid amoebae: more protists at the animal-fungal boundary".  
  4. ^ I. Dyková, M. Veverková, I. Fiala, B. Macháčková & H. Pecková (2003). "Nuclearia pattersoni sp. n. (Filosea), a new species of amphizoic amoeba isolated from gills of roach (Rutilus rutilus), and its rickettsial endosymbiont".  
  5. ^ Masaki Yoshida, Takeshi Nakayama & Isao Inouye (2009). "Nuclearia thermophila sp. nov. (Nucleariidae), a new nucleariid species isolated from Yunoko Lake in Nikko (Japan)".  


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