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Paramoeba perurans

Taxonomy ID: 437603 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid437603)
current name
Paramoeba perurans (Young et al. 2007) Feehan et al. 2013
homotypic synonym:
Neoparamoeba perurans Young, Crosbie, Adams, Nowak & Morrison 2007
NCBI BLAST name: eukaryotes
Rank: species
Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard)
Mitochondrial genetic code: Translation table 4 (Mold Mitochondrial; Protozoan Mitochondrial; Coelenterate Mitochondrial; Mycoplasma; Spiroplasma)
Plastid genetic code: Translation table 11 (Bacterial, Archaeal and Plant Plastid)
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Amoebozoa; Discosea; Flabellinia; Dactylopodida; Paramoebidae; Paramoeba
   Entrez records   
Database name Direct links
Nucleotide 182
Protein 57
Popset 8
GEO Datasets 9
PubMed Central 117
SRA Experiments 43
Identical Protein Groups 39
BioProject 3
BioSample 61
Taxonomy 1

Comments and References:

Paramoeba & Neoparamoeba Feehan et al. 2013, other link:http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/dao/v103/n3/p209-227/
Feehan CJ, Johnson-Mackinnon J, Scheibling RE, Lauzon-Guay JS, Simpson AGB (2013) Validating the identity of Paramoeba invadens, the causative agent of recurrent mass mortality of sea urchins in Nova Scotia, Canada. Dis Aquat Org 103:209-227
Young et al. 2014:
Neil D. Young, Iva Dykova, Philip B.B. Crosbie, Matthias Wolf, Richard N. Morrisona, Andrew R. Bridle, Barbara F. Nowak. Support for the coevolution of Neoparamoeba and their endosymbionts, Perkinsela amoebae-like organisms. European Journal of Protistology 50 (2014) 509-523.
quote from Young et al. 2014
Recently there has been a suggestion that Neoparamoeba should become a junior synonym of Paramoeba (see Feehan et al. 2013). However, the same evidence was presented before but it was concluded that the proposed name change would be premature including insufficient taxon sampling for scale-bearing Paramoeba (see Kudryavtsev et al. 2011). Furthermore, SSU rDNA has been found to be inadequate for amoebae that share very few differentiating morphological features (Nassonova et al. 2010). Microscales are likely to be inappropriate for separating the two genera (Neoparamoeba andParamoeba) but untilmore scaled amoebae are sequenced and genes other than SSU rDNA are investigated it is too premature to disrupt currently used nomenclature.

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Reference: How to cite this resource - Schoch CL, et al. NCBI Taxonomy: a comprehensive update on curation, resources and tools. Database (Oxford). 2020: baaa062. PubMed: 32761142 PMC: PMC7408187.


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