eucaryote


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

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Pratt, "Comparative study of DNA methylation in three unicellular eucaryotes," Journal of Bacteriology, vol.
FLICE inhibitory protein (FLIP) is one of the important antiapoptotic proteins that have been shown to be expressed in many species such as virus, eucaryote, mammal (Carsten et al., 1999; Zhang et al., 2004).
Status of selected unicellular eucaryote pathogens, and prevalence and hispathology of inclusions containing obligate procaryote parasites, in commercial bivalve mollusks from Maryland estuaries.
Spadari, Mechanism of inhibition of herpes simplex virus and vaccinia virus DNA polymerases by aphidicolin, a highly specific inhibitor of DNA replication in eucaryotes, J.
1998; Seo and Lee 2010; Yang and Ma 2010), fungi, some eucaryotes including plant (Reicheld et al.
Vance, "Phospholipid metabolism in eucaryotes," in Biochemistry of lipids and membranes ed, D.
(2) LaboratoryofMolecular Biotechnology of Eucaryotes Centre of biotechnology, University of Sfax, Tunisia.
We are part of a stream that reaches back to the first form of life that spontaneously formed, that moves forward through procaryotes and eucaryotes to multicellular organisms, from invertebrates to fish, reptiles, and mammals, and from our primate ancestors to us.