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Evidence of Eukaryote Fossils From the NeoArchean?

Tubular microfossils from ?2.8 – 2.7 Ga-old lacustrine deposits of South Africa: a sign for early origin of eukaryotes? Authors: Ka?mierczak et al Abstract: Unequivocal evidence for Archean eukaryotic life has been long sought for and is a matter of lively debate. In the absence of unambiguous fossils this debate has focused on biogeochemical signatures and molecular phylogenies.
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