2007

Origin of Mitochondria and Hydrogenosomes

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ISBN: 978-3-540-38501-1 (Print) 978-3-540-38502-8 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-11

    The Road to Hydrogenosomes

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    Pages 13-38

    Mitochondria: Key to Complexity

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    Pages 39-56

    Origin, Function, and Transmission of Mitochondria

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    Pages 57-83

    Mitochondria and Their Host: Morphology to Molecular Phylogeny

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    Pages 85-103

    Anaerobic Mitochondria: Properties and Origins

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    Pages 105-133

    Iron–Sulfur Proteins and Iron–Sulfur Cluster Assembly in Organisms with Hydrogenosomes and Mitosomes

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    Pages 135-159

    Hydrogenosomes (and Related Organelles, Either) Are Not the Same

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    Pages 161-199

    The Chimaeric Origin of Mitochondria: Photosynthetic Cell Enslavement, Gene-Transfer Pressure, and Compartmentation Efficiency

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    Pages 201-237

    Constantin Merezhkowsky and the Endokaryotic Hypothesis

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    Pages 239-275

    The Diversity of Mitochondrion-Related Organelles Amongst Eukaryotic Microbes

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    Pages 277-300

    Mitosomes of Parasitic Protozoa: Biology and Evolutionary Significance

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 301-306