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Families are the taxonomic group above the genus level and the eukaryotes comprise roughly 9,300 of them.
Branching out The EBP’s stated goal is to sequence, within a decade, the genomes of all 1.5m known species of eukaryotes.
The microfossil of a voracious eukaryote doesn’t exactly have the distinguishing characteristics of, say, a Tyrannosaurus rex or a saber-toothed cat.
Grypania may have been either a bacterial colony or a eukaryote — an organism with specialized cells, enclosed in a membrane.
This is the first eukaryote — organisms, like plants and animals, whose cells contain distinct nuclei — found without the machinery of mitochondria.
The central characters in this story are eukaryotes—
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medical Definition of eukaryote
eukaryoticalso eucaryotic play \-ˌkar-ē-ˈät-ik\ adjective
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