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Synonyms for eukaryote

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


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Pleger, "[6N]methyl adenine in the nuclear DNA of a eucaryote, Tetrahymena pyriformis," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
(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.
Lambeth, "Genetic evidence for the expression of ATP- and GTP-specific succinyl- CoA synthetases in multicellular eucaryotes," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
We eucaryotes, we large animals, we brainy animals, are a recent wart on the face of a biosphere which is still fundamentally, and predominantly, procaryotic.
Subtilisin-like proprotein convertases (SPCS) comprise a family of at least seven related endoproteases found in higher eucaryotes. These enzymes activate a diverse array of proproteins that transit the secretary pathway.