1. Once eukaryotes had evolved, it seems that opportunities for genetic exchange would have been severely limited.
2. Prokaryote cells evolved first and gave rise to eukaryote cells.
3. As a late-branching eukaryote, G. lamblia may have special mechanisms for regulating gene expression which differ from other eukaryotes.
4. Eukaryote --- A unicellular or multicellular organism in which the cells have a nucleus with a nuclear membrane and other specialized characteristics. See also prokaryote.
5. They generally reside in eukaryote and take part in the regulation of various physiological and pathological pathways such as cell differentiation, proliferation, and apoptosis.
6. It is this nucleus that gives the eukaryote—literally, true nucleus—its name.
7. The regulation of cell cycle in eukaryote is an important research field in cell biology. Cell cycle control is considered essential for normal growth, development and differentiation.
8. Yeast, the simplest eukaryote, had been the model for studying the complex physiology of higher eukaryotes, including humans.
9. We are part of the rest, and are collectively called the eukaryotes.
10. Using distance, parsimony and maximum-likelihood methods the overall picture of eukaryote small-subunit rRNA phylogeny remains unchanged.
11. Accordingly, we are still unable to define the origin of mitochondrial introns and their distribution throughout eukaryotes.
12. The longitudinal slit probably has the function of releasing endospore. From the complicated structure, it can be inferred that these organisms might be of eukaryote.
13. The evolution of Giardia has commanded a level of attention matched by few other organisms because it differs from the"text-book" eukaryote in many ways.
14. The most fundamental dividing line between living organisms is that between prokaryote and eukaryote cells.