Definitions

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  • proper n. A taxonomic domain, consisting of all organisms whose cells have a nucleus

Etymologies

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Ancient Greek ἐΰς (eus, "true") + κάρυον (karyon, "nut")

Examples

  • If you are looking for a though Eukaryota you have Tardigrades.

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  • Archaea are much as the Eukaryota excepting the various organelles.

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  • Secondly, since cyanobacteria comprise just a branch of the Domain Bacteria, their existence in meteoritic material means that the three domains of life Bacteria, Archaea and Eukaryota evolved and separated prior to their colonization of Earth...

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  • Thus, we postulated lateral transfer of parasite DNA to the host genome The protozoa (Eukaryota, Excavata, Euglenozoa) of the Order Kinetoplastida include

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  • I’m not formally educated in biology either, so this may be a very stupid question, but even if we rule out a more recent LUCA, such as a unifier between Archea, Bacteria, and Eukaryota, wouldn’t we still have a LUCA somewhere farther back, even if it was the first true DNA-based life form?

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  • The majority of reads were either not assigned to any taxon (33. 04% unknown) or classified very poorly (e.g. 24. 19% were classified only as belonging to the Eukaryota

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