[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Origins of the eukaryotic cell

(Margulis 1970; Margulis 1971; McQuade 1977; Zillig 1987; Cavalier-Smith 1992; Gray 1993; Brown and Doolittle 1997; Martin and Muller 1998; Moreira and Lopez-Garcia 1998; Gray 1999; Lang, Gray et al. 1999; Vellai and Vida 1999; Margulis, Dolan et al. 2000; Horiike, Hamada et al. 2001; Margulis 2001; Cavalier-Smith 2002; Dolan, Melnitsky et al. 2002; Horiike, Hamada et al. 2002; Douglas and Raven 2003; Spring 2003; Amos, van den Ent et al. 2004; Moreira, Ranjard et al. 2004; Fuerst 2005; Kutschera and Niklas 2005; Martin 2005; Sapp 2005; Cavalier-Smith 2006; Koonin 2006; Margulis, Chapman et al. 2006; Poole 2006; Roger and Hug 2006; Vesteg, Krajcovic et al. 2006; Jekely 2007; Margulis, Chapman et al. 2007; Rivera 2007; Archibald 2008; Cox, Foster et al. 2008; Kutschera and Niklas 2008; Lane and Archibald 2008; Ohyanagi, Ikeo et al. 2008; Saruhashi, Hamada et al. 2008; Vesteg and Krajcovic 2008; Vesteg and Krajcovic 2008; Yutin, Makarova et al. 2008; Cavalier-Smith 2009; Davidov and Jurkevitch 2009; Kutschera 2009; Lake 2009; Norris and Root-Bernstein 2009; Wilkins and Holliday 2009; Yutin, Wolf et al. 2009; Zimmer 2009; Cavalier-Smith 2010; Lilic, Quezada et al. 2010; Lonhienne, Sagulenko et al. 2010; Martin and Gavotte 2010; Martin, Kohler et al. 2010; Martin 2010; Strassmann and Queller 2010; Forterre 2011; Fuerst and Sagulenko 2011; Kelly, Wickstead et al. 2011; Poole and Neumann 2011; Vesteg and Krajcovic 2011)





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