Structure of rRNA coding genes in Euglenozoa – research data

Paweł Hałakuc
Background:Euglenozoa (Discoba) are known for unorthodox rDNA organization: rDNA may be located on extrachromosomal circles, and 28S rRNA is fragmented into smaller molecules interspersed by additional internal transcribed spacers (ITSs). Diplonemea is one of the main groups of Euglenozoa and its members are among the most abundant and diverse protists in the oceans. Despite that, the rRNA of only one diplonemid species, Diplonema papillatum, has been examined so far and found to exhibit continuous 28S...
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