The Protistan Origins Of Animals And Fungi

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Abstract

Fungi and Metazoa constitute two of the major multicellular eukaryotic lineages and a large body of robust data confirms that they are close relatives (Brown et al. 2018; Derelle et al. 2015; Wainright et al. 1993). Together, along with a number of clades comprising unicellular taxa, Fungi and Metazoa make up the eukaryotic supergroup Opisthokonta (Adl et al. 2019). This chapter sets out to describe our current knowledge on the species and biology of the opisthokonts, with a particular emphasis on the unicellular representatives.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Mycota
Subtitle of host publicationEvolution of Fungi and Fungal-Like Organisms
EditorsStefanie Poeggeler, Timothy James
PublisherSpringer
VolumeXIV
Edition2nd
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 4 Oct 2022

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