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ACCA Paper F1 — FAB — Max-Torrent.Com 64 Bit

ACCA Paper F1 — FAB — Max-Torrent.Com 64 Bit



 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ACCA Paper F1 — FAB — Max-Torrent.Com 64 Bit

A preliminary phylogenetic study on the ciliate genus Neobenedenia (Ciliophora: Spirotricha).
A phylogenetic study based on ITS2 (internal transcribed spacer) rDNA and LSU (28S and 18S large subunit) rDNA sequences is presented for the ciliate genus Neobenedenia Anichkin, 1998. The genus Neobenedenia is composed of more than 60 species from marine and freshwater environments, and some of these species have been found to parasitize invertebrate hosts. A combined analysis based on ITS2 rDNA and LSU rDNA sequences from this ciliate genus revealed the following branching pattern: Neobenedenia cf. capitata (Thorell, 1865), as a member of the genus Cymbomonas, is placed basal to the genus Neobenedenia Anichkin, 1998. Neobenedenia cf. nigra is placed basal to the genus Neobenedenia Anichkin, 1998, whereas Neobenedenia sp. is placed together with the species Neobenedenia concinna (Anichkin, 1991) in a group of marine spirotrichs that branch basally from the genus Orsonia B├╝tschli, 1882. The genus Aspidospiroides Railliet, 1919, previously thought to contain marine species, is used to contain N. cf. capitata, N. cf. nigra and N. sp. The new species described here, which is characterized by its slender, semi-slender, four-sporocyst stage, is proposed to be placed in the genus Neobenedenia. Neobenedenia lobata (Benecke, 1885) from the gills of a freshwater fish species (Channa striatus) in the Vithiya Reserve, where no species in the genus Neobenedenia Anichkin, 1998 was found, is placed as a new synonym of N. concinna, and Neobenedenia s.str., which contains about 40 species, is designated to be a complex and its taxonomy is briefly discussed.Q:

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