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  • n. Plural form of eucaryote.

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  • Microbial autotrophic and heterotrophic eucaryotes in Antarctic waters: relationships between biomass and chlorophyll, adenosine triphosphate and particulate organic carbon.

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  • This last group is especially interesting because, uniquely among major groupings of eucaryotes, they have no sex.

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  • They have since published their findings on Horodyskia moniliformis below; Yochelson and Fedonkin, 2000; Fedonkin and Yochelson, 2002, possibly one of the oldest known eucaryotes.

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  • Thierry Heidmann and his colleagues in the CNRS-Institut Gustave Roussy-Université Paris Sud 11 "Rétrovirus endogènes et éléments rétroïdes des eucaryotes supérieurs" Laboratory have studied these viruses.

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  • I have some bacteria I'm fond of, will these eucaryotes be reunited with me in heaven?

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