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Mark O. Martin

I wonder why protists are so strange and wonderful regarding prokaryotes? Then again, so are insects. It may be that this is all far more common than we suspect...as we start looking closer and closer. The entire "R-bacteria" story (and the "X-bacteria" tale with amoebae studied by Jeon) was just the tip of the mutualistic prokaryotic iceberg?

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