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    Comparing morphological and molecular estimates of species diversity in the freshwater genus (Stramenopiles): a model for understanding diversity of eukaryotic microorganisms

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    Shaggy mouse nudibranch.

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    我々の「真核生物起源アーキア」の論文が"正式に”出版されました!Open accessになってます。読んでいただけると嬉しいです!

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    The cover photo of JGR Biogeosciences is chosen from our new study! Foraminiferal Ultrastructure: A perspective From Fluorescent and Fluorogenic Probes

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  8. Nanoparticle-Biological Interactions in a Marine Benthic Foraminifer

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    Who knew deep-sea snailfish laid their eggs in giant, deep-sea protozoans? Check out our new Ecology paper at . Thanks to for making this open access.

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  11. Genetic and morphological divergence in the warm-water planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides

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    My colleagues at have had a busy 2019 describing many new speces! including nudibranchs and corals!

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  13. ‘Sea-Thru’ Allows Scientists to Accurately Recalibrate the True Colors of Sea Life | Colossal

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    Spatial Cell Disparity in the Colonial Choanoflagellate Salpingoeca rosetta

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    We present PhyloMagnet, a workflow to screen meta-omics datasets for taxa and genes of interest. Developped by in the

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    Evaluating amplicon high-throughput sequencing data of living in melting snow: improvements and limitations. By Stefanie Lutzet al.

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    NEW paper out now!🎉 Enrichment of intracellular sulphur cycle –associated bacteria in intertidal benthic foraminifera revealed by 16S and aprA gene analysis

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    Check out 🧐our exciting new paper showing intracellular sulphur cycle –associated in benthic . OUT NOW 🎉🎉

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