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Bacteria Bacteria
Archaea Archaea
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Rhizaria Rhizaria
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Plants Plants
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Gymnosperms Gymnosperms
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Opisthokonts Opisthokonts
Fungi Fungi
Dikarya Dikarya
Animals Animals
Porifera Sponges
Eumetazoans Eumetazoans
Bilaterians Bilaterians
Protostomes Protostomes
Lophotrochozoans Lophotrochozoans
Ecdysozoans Ecdysozoans
Arthropods Arthropods
Mandibulates Mandibulates
Deuterostomes Deuterostomes
Ambulacrarians Ambulacrarians
Chordates Chordates
Vertebrates Vertebrates
Jawed vertebrates Jawed vertebrates
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Sarcopterygians Sarcopterygians
Tetrapods Tetrapods
Amniotes Amniotes
Reptiles Reptiles
Archosaurs Archosaurs
Low-gc gram-positives
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Hyperthermophilic bacteria
Hadobacteria
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Proteobacteria
Spirochetes
Chlamydiae
Crenarchaeotes
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Ciliates
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Microsporidia
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Zygospore fungi
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Choanoflagellates
Glass sponges
Demosponges
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Placozoans
Ctenophores
Cnidarians
Arrow worms
Bryozoans
Flatworms
Rotifers
Ribbon worms
Brachiopods
Phoronids
Annelids
Mollusks
Priapulids
Kinorhynchs
Loriciferans
Horsehair worms
Nematodes
Tardigrades
Onychophorans
Chelicerates
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Amphibians
Mammals
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Lepidosaurs
Birds
Crocodilians
Algae Algae
Prokaryotes Prokaryotes
Protists Protists
Protozoans Protozoans
Ecdysozoa -- ecdysozoans -- One of the two major groups of protostomes [23], characterized by periodic molting of their exoskeletons. Nematodes [111] and arthropods [26] are the largest ecdysozoan groups.

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