Data from: Single cell genomics of uncultured marine alveolates shows paraphyly of basal dinoflagellates

Jürgen F. H. Strassert, Anna Karnkowska, Elisabeth Hehenberger, Javier Del Campo, Martin Kolisko, Noriko Okamoto, Fabien Burki, Jan Janouškovec, Camille Poirier, Guy Leonard, Steven J. Hallam, Thomas A. Richards, Alexandra Z. Worden, Alyson E. Santoro & Patrick J. Keeling
Marine alveolates (MALVs) are diverse and widespread early-branching dinoflagellates, but most knowledge of the group comes from a few cultured species that are generally not abundant in natural samples, or from diversity analyses of PCR-based environmental SSU rRNA gene sequences. To more broadly examine MALV genomes, we generated single cell genome sequences from seven individually isolated cells. Genes expected of heterotrophic eukaryotes were found, with interesting exceptions like presence of proteorhodopsin and vacuolar H+-pyrophosphatase. Phylogenetic...
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