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eucaryote definition

  • noun:
    • Variant of eukaryote.
    • alternate spelling of eukaryote.
    • an organism with "good" or membrane-bound nuclei having several chromosomes; eucaryotes have various other membrane-bound organelles such as for instance mitochondria or chloroplasts, in the cytoplasm enclosed by the external membrane layer. These types of cells tend to be characteristic of all life types except ancient microorganisms eg bacteria and blue-green algae. Compared with prokaryote.
    • an organism with cells characteristic of all life forms except ancient microorganisms such as germs; for example. an organism with `good' or membrane-bound nuclei in its cells
    • Variant of eukaryote.
    • Alternative spelling of eukaryote.
    • an organism with "good" or membrane-bound nuclei having several chromosomes; eucaryotes also have various other membrane-bound organelles such mitochondria or chloroplasts, within the cytoplasm enclosed because of the outer membrane. Such cells tend to be characteristic of all life kinds except primitive microorganisms particularly micro-organisms and blue-green algae. Contrasted with prokaryote.
    • an organism with cells characteristic of all of the life kinds except primitive microorganisms particularly bacteria; i.e. an organism with `good' or membrane-bound nuclei with its cells
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