eukaryote


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an organism with cells characteristic of all life forms except primitive microorganisms such as bacteria

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The endosymbiotic archaea and bacteria with mevalonate pathway still uses the RNA viroids for the regulation of muticellular eukaryote.
and an uncultured marine eukaryote were detected in 4 different samples from various locations.
The three kingdoms--animals, plants and fungi--are just three of about a dozen extant major branches of the eukaryote domain.
Up until now, it was virtually impossible to robotically screen for useful genes found in eukaryotes, the complex life forms that make up more than 90 percent of the earth's known species," said Mark Emalfarb, president of Dyadic International, Inc.
The group's findings, which Shinozawa considers ''conclusive proof,'' is expected to lead to further understanding of the origin of eukaryotes, including humans.
Phylogenetic analyses of ribosomal RNAs strongly suggested that eukaryotes are a sister group of the archaea.
For decades, many scientists blamed the boring billion's lack of eukaryote expansion and evolution, as evident in the fossil record, on low levels of oxygen.
Washington, Nov 16 ( ANI ): The number of different marine eukaryote organisms could reach up to 972,000, according to researchers.
The foreign agent may be a nucleic acid or protein, and is frequently bioactive in and therapeutic to the target eukaryote.
Out of about 150,000 kinds of marine plankton detected during the Tara oceans expeditions, as reported May 22 in Science, researchers could genetically identify about a third only as some eukaryote.
The new find has "genes that might provide a very good starting point to becoming eukaryote," says James Mclnerney of the National University of Ireland Maynooth.
These studies will be the among the first to uncover systemic N-signals in a multicellular eukaryote.
Evidence from many sources, including DNA sequences, confirms that chloroplasts were once free-living cyanobacteria that were engulfed, but not digested, by an early eukaryote.
The presence of placer deposits and mineral sands containing monazite, illmenite, rutile and thorium in the Lemurian supercontinent would have made it the ideal place for the primitive cell, nanoarchaea, eukaryote, multicellular eukaryote, primates and humans to evolve.