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CBOL Protist Working Group: Barcoding Eukaryotic Richness beyond the Animal, Plant, and Fungal Kingdoms

Jan Pawlowski 1, * Stéphane Audic 2 Sina Adl 3 David Bass 4 Lassaâd Belbahri 5 Cédric Berney 2 Samuel S. Bowser 6 Ivan Cepicka 7 Johan Decelle 2 Micah Dunthorn 8 Anna Maria Fiore-Donno 9 Gillian H. Gile 10 Maria Holzmann 11 Regine Jahn 12 Miloslav Jirků 13 Patrick J. Keeling 14 Martin Kostka 13 Alexander Kudryavtsev 15, 1 Enrique Lara 16 Julius Lukeš 13 David G. Mann 17 Edward A. D. Mitchell 5 Frank Nitsche 18 Maria Romeralo 19 Gary W. Saunders 20 Alastair G. B. Simpson 21 Alexey V. Smirnov 22 John L. Spouge 23 Rowena F. Stern 24 Thorsten Stoeck 25 Jonas Zimmermann 26 David Schindel 27 Colomban de Vargas 2, *
Abstract : Animals, plants, and fungi—the three traditional kingdoms of multicellular eukaryotic life—make up almost all of the visible biosphere, and they account for the majority of catalogued species on Earth [1]. The remaining eukaryotes have been assembled for convenience into the protists, a group composed of many diverse lineages, single-celled for the most part, that diverged after Archaea and Bacteria evolved but before plants, animals, or fungi appeared on Earth.
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Jan Pawlowski, Stéphane Audic, Sina Adl, David Bass, Lassaâd Belbahri, et al.. CBOL Protist Working Group: Barcoding Eukaryotic Richness beyond the Animal, Plant, and Fungal Kingdoms. PLoS Biology, Public Library of Science, 2012, 10 (11), pp.e1001419. ⟨10.1371/journal.pbio.1001419⟩. ⟨hal-01258240⟩

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