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From: Rapid protein evolution, organellar reductions, and invasive intronic elements in the marine aerobic parasite dinoflagellate Amoebophrya spp

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Synthetic view of key functional losses (−) and gains (+) during the evolution of Myzozoa. Blue shaded boxes: metabolic pathways lost or gained during evolution. Orange/green shaded boxes: metabolic pathways potentially lost when a chloroplast or a plast is retained. Amoe: Amoebophrya spp., Crypt: Cryptosporidium spp., Pfal: Plasmodium falciparum, Piro: Piroplasma, Pmar: Perkinsus marinus, Toxo: Toxoplasma gondii, : Chloroplast with 3 membranes, : Chloroplast with 4 membranes, : Plastid with 4 membranes (not detected when crossed out), : Illustration of the five complexes of the OXPHOS pathway (white when not detected, dark when detected, gray when dependent on species)

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