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Anna Karnkowska
Anna Karnkowska
Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw
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Revisions to the classification, nomenclature, and diversity of eukaryotes
SM Adl, D Bass, CE Lane, J Lukeš, CL Schoch, A Smirnov, S Agatha, ...
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 66 (1), 4-119, 2019
11952019
A eukaryote without a mitochondrial organelle
Current Biology 26 (10), 1274-1284, 2016
425*2016
Euglenozoa: taxonomy, diversity and ecology, symbioses and viruses
AY Kostygov, A Karnkowska, J Votýpka, D Tashyreva, K Maciszewski, ...
Open Biology 11 (3), 200407, 2021
1312021
Reconstructing euglenoid evolutionary relationships using three genes: nuclear SSU and LSU, and chloroplast SSU rDNA sequences and the description of Euglenaria gen. nov …
EW Linton, A Karnkowska-Ishikawa, J Im Kim, W Shin, MS Bennett, ...
Protist 161 (4), 603-619, 2010
952010
The genus Prototheca (Trebouxiophyceae, Chlorophyta) revisited: implications from molecular taxonomic studies
T Jagielski, Z Bakuła, J Gawor, K Maciszewski, WH Kusber, M Dyląg, ...
Algal Research 43, 101639, 2019
662019
Evolutionary Origin of Euglena
B Zakryś, R Milanowski, A Karnkowska
Euglena: biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, 3-17, 2017
57*2017
Tiara: deep learning-based classification system for eukaryotic sequences
M Karlicki, S Antonowicz, A Karnkowska
Bioinformatics 38 (2), 344-350, 2022
532022
The oxymonad genome displays canonical eukaryotic complexity in the absence of a mitochondrion
A Karnkowska, SC Treitli, O Brzoň, L Novák, V Vacek, P Soukal, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 36 (10), 2292-2312, 2019
502019
Euglenida
BS Leander, G Lax, A Karnkowska, AGB Simpson
Handbook of the Protists, 1047-1088, 2017
49*2017
Arginine deiminase pathway enzymes: evolutionary history in metamonads and other eukaryotes
L Novák, Z Zubáčová, A Karnkowska, M Kolisko, M Hroudová, CW Stairs, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 16, 1-14, 2016
492016
cytb as a New Genetic Marker for Differentiation of Prototheca Species
T Jagielski, J Gawor, Z Bakuła, P Decewicz, K Maciszewski, ...
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 56 (10), 10.1128/jcm. 00584-18, 2018
482018
PHYLOGENY AND SYSTEMATICS OF EUGLENA (EUGLENACEAE) SPECIES WITH AXIAL, STELLATE CHLOROPLASTS BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DATA—NEW TAXA, EMENDED DIAGNOSES, AND …
S Kosmala, A Karnkowska‐Ishikawa, R Milanowski, J Kwiatowski, ...
Journal of phycology 45 (2), 464-481, 2009
442009
Euglena: biochemistry, cell and molecular biology
SD Schwartzbach, S Shigeoka
Springer, 2017
422017
Single cell genomics of uncultured marine alveolates shows paraphyly of basal dinoflagellates
JFH Strassert, A Karnkowska, E Hehenberger, J Del Campo, M Kolisko, ...
The ISME Journal 12 (1), 304-308, 2018
412018
Phylogenetic relationships and morphological character evolution of photosynthetic euglenids (Excavata) inferred from taxon‐rich analyses of five genes
A Karnkowska, MS Bennett, D Watza, JI Kim, B Zakryś, RE Triemer
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 62 (3), 362-373, 2015
392015
PHYLOGENETIC AND TAXONOMIC POSITION OF LEPOCINCLIS FUSCA COMB. NOV.(= EUGLENA FUSCA)(EUGLENACEAE): MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR JUSTIFICATION
S Kosmala, A Karnkowska, R Milanowski, J Kwiatowski, B Zakryś
Journal of Phycology 41 (6), 1258-1267, 2005
392005
A novel phylogenetic clade of picocyanobacteria from the Mazurian lakes (Poland) reflects the early ontogeny of glacial lakes
I Jasser, A Królicka, A Karnkowska-Ishikawa
FEMS microbiology ecology 75 (1), 89-98, 2011
352011
TAXONOMY OF THE PHACUS OSCILLANS (EUGLENACEAE) AND ITS CLOSE RELATIVES—BALANCING MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR FEATURES1
A Karnkowska‐Ishikawa, R Milanowski, J Kwiatowski, B Zakryś
Journal of Phycology 46 (1), 172-182, 2010
312010
A redescription of morphologically similar species from the genus Euglena: E. laciniata, E. sanguinea, E. sociabilis, and E. splendens1
A Karnkowska‐Ishikawa, R Milanowski, RE Triemer, B Zakryś
Journal of phycology 49 (3), 616-626, 2013
262013
Taxonomic revisions of morphologically similar species from two euglenoid genera: euglena (e. granulata and e. velata) and euglenaria (eu. anabaena, eu. caudata, and eu. clavata) 1
A Karnkowska‐Ishikawa, R Milanowski, RE Triemer, B Zakryś
Journal of phycology 48 (3), 729-739, 2012
252012
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