eukaryote

eukaryote

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eukaryotes are generally divided into four groups as plants, animals, fungi and protista. however, since the protista group is actually a group that collects living things that cannot be classified as plants, animals and fungi, it is not accepted by some biologists and instead defines smaller groups.

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http://cen.acs.org/…hesis-eukaryote-chromosome.html

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they are living things that have a nuclear sheath in their cells. that is, the genetic material is not scattered in the cytoplasm, it is in the nucleus. all living things are eukaryotes except the monera group.

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in the sense of true nucleus, it is a living form with organelles such as the known cell nucleus, chromosome, and chloroplast. according to one view, the prokaryote is a commensal life form (the cell nucleus is like a prokaryote, the cytoplasm is another). (see: prokaryote)

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it's a word that sounds like a curse, but it has an aura like it's not.

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ustalem, which includes all living things except simple life forms such as bacteria and algae.

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according to the taxonomy made by carl woese, the group that includes living things (fungi, prostatics, plants, animals, etc.) other than bacteria and archaea.

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