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  • adj. Alternative spelling of eukaryotic.

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  • adj. of or pertaining to eukaryotes; same as eukaryotic. Contrasted with prokaryotic.

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  • adj. having cells with `good' or membrane-bound nuclei


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eucaryote +‎ -ic


  • In this regard it is noteworthy that the individuality of the eucaryotic (non-bacterial) cell is well-established.

    Individuals, societies, and the classification of organisms

  • At a practical level, the ability to construct bacteria replicating eucaryotic genes has allowed for the production of an increasingly large number of clinically important proteins.

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  • The anthropic principle states that, since we are alive, eucaryotic and conscious, our planet has to be one of the intensely rare planets that has bridged all three gaps.

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  • There are billions of planets that have developed life at the level of bacteria, but only a fraction of these life forms ever made it across the gap to something like the eucaryotic cell.

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  • Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2008 and type P fimbriated Escherichia coli to eucaryotic cells.

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  • The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is the most extensive membrane system in eucaryotic cells. - Articles related to Scientists uncover mysterious workings of cholera bacteria

  • Such genetic interactions are at the heart of understanding the complex relationships between cellular pathways because they are a direct readout of how an eucaryotic cell adapts to perturbations

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