Did you perchance mean Euskara?
- n. Plural form of eukaryote.
“We've heard your line, it's not what biologists are saying, and that point in time is irrelevant to the structure of clades from eukarya on up.”
“Upwards from it we have vertical lines going through eukarya (1), metazoa (2), and finally chordata (3).”
“My depiction of eukarya in the new graph begins with the old (2), the Darwinian threshold.”
“We've heard multiple times that ancestral lines of eukarya do not lead to a single ancestral cell.”
“The rest of the eukarya line gave rise to descendants who died out.”
“If the exercise will amount to going back to the Darwinian threshold and repeating that eukarya arose many times independently, spare the effort.”
“You want to picture multiple independent eukarya crossing the Darwinian threshold, but they are strongly related through HGT.”
“That would mean that different metazoa came from different eukarya.”
“Actually, what you have is an on-going debate about the origin of eukarya.”
“The three domains of life, bacteria, archaea and eukarya are present in the marine environment.”
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