Advances in Neural Information Procesing Systems 4 by John E. Moody, Steven J. Hanson, Richard P. Lippmann

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1997). , 2000). The obvious way to solve each of these problems is to infer phylogenetic trees using plastid gene sequences to see if the dinoflagellates and Apicomplexa form a unique clade nested within the red algae. , 1999). , 2001; Hiller, 2001), so there is little plastid information to compare between Apicomplexa and dinoflagellates. , 2000). , 2000). In contrast to the plastid-encoded genes, genes for plastidtargeted proteins in both groups appear to be relatively conserved, leading to a large source of potential genes for comparison.

2002). Furthermore, Neocallimastix hydrogenosomal proteins have been shown to contain targeting peptides recognised by the yeast mitochondrial import system. , 1998). , 2002). Taken together, the evidence strongly favours an hypothesis where the fungal hydrogenosome has in fact evolved from a mitochondrion. 3. Parabasalian hydrogenosomes Parabasalia are a very large and extremely diverse group of protists, virtually all of which are found in some sort of association with animals. , in the termite hindgut environment: Yamin, 1979), but others are important pathogens.

1999). One would expect that this SSU rRNA would also localise to the hydrogenosome of Nyctotherus and that it would be encoded on the hydrogenosomal genome. However, the location of the SSU transcript is still unknown and it is not known which genes are encoded in the Nyctotherus hydrogenosomal genome. Characterisation of this genome promises to be fascinating, as other hydrogenosomes apparently do not possess genomes (Clemens and Johnson, 2000). It will be interesting to see what genes were retained and why the genome was maintained as the Nyctotherus mitochondrion was metabolically transformed (Palmer, 1997).

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