Chromophyta

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Chromophyta

[krō′mäf·əd·ə]
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It is a fungus-like organism classified under Oomycetes in the kingdom Chromista and order Peronosporales (Nelson, 2001).
The song is directed by Elliott Lester and produced by Chromista. (ANI)
(19, 20) The phylogenetic analysis of NDPK-containing proteins from four kingdoms, namely Plantae, Opisthokonta, Amoebozoa, and Chromista, revealed two large classes of NDPKs: Classes I and II (Fig.
Tambien son descritas como limitaciones en la produccion del aguacate la alternancia en la produccion (MICKELBART et al., 2012), el vigor y, principalmente, la presencia de Phytophthora cinnamomi Rands (CASTRO et al., 2007; SCHAFFER et al., 2013) un pseudohongo de la Clase Oomycetes y del Reino Chromista (MASSOLA; KRUGNER, 2011), responsable por la pudricion radicular y que afecta el desarrollo, produccion y longevidad de las plantas en los principales paises productores de aguacate (KROON et al., 2012) limitando su cultivo (SCHAFFER et al., 2013; ANDRADE-HOYOS et al., 2015).
Results Kingdom Chromista Phylum Ochrophyta Class Phaeophyceae Order Ralfsiales Family Ralfsiceae Analipus japonicus (Harvey) Wynne--sea fir Previous reported range.--Japan (Okamura 1936) north to Alaska, south to Point Conception, CA (Abbot and Hollenberg 1976).
Dr Scott Doughman, the founder and architect of Source-Omega, says "Our Chromista oil (schizochytrium sp.) is uniquely water extracted to create an improved quality standard that is consistently below a Total Oxidation number 10 for algae oil, compared to the current fish oil standard of under 25.
Cystoisospora suis es un parasito que pertenece al reino Chromista, Infraphylum Apicomplexa, Subclase Coccidea, Orden Eimerida [1,23], y es considerado uno de los agentes infecciosos mas importantes que afectan al cerdo (Sus scrofa domestica), ocasionando la Cystoisosporosis neonatal porcina [13].
Taxonomically, Caryospora species, belong to Eukaryota domain, Corticata superkingdom, Chromista kingdom, Harosa subkingdom, Halvaria infrakingdom, Alveolata superphylum, the Miozoa phylum, Myzozoa subphylum, Avicomplexa infraphylum, the Sporozoa superclass, Coccidiomorphea class, Coccidia subclass, the Eimeriida order, and the Eimeriidae family and consists of cyst-forming protozoan parasites found in the intestine of various species of reptiles and birds.
Thraustochytrids are marine protists, whose dominant genera are Thraustochytrium, Aurantiochytrium and Schizochytrium and belong to the kingdom Chromista (16).