eukaryote

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n eukaryote an organism with cells characteristic of all life forms except primitive microorganisms such as bacteria; i.e. an organism with `good' or membrane-bound nuclei in its cells
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Usage


In news:

This basic difference in how prokaryotes and eukaryotes function allows for the isolation of natural products or development of new materials that inhibit the growth of prokaryotes, yet have no toxic effects on eukaryotes .
Using Flow Cytometry to Speed Determination of Eukaryotic Genome Sizes and Cell Type-Specific Gene Expression.
Its core structure consists of eight multicomponent protein complexes, most of which are conserved in all eukaryotes .
Toward a Molecular Structure of the Eukaryotic Kinetochore .
In Vivo Protein Architecture of the Eukaryotic Kinetochore with Nanometer Scale Accuracy.
In Vivo Protein Architecture of the Eukaryotic Kinetochore with Nanometer Scale Accuracy Current Biology, Volume 19, Issue 8, 28 April 2009, Pages 694-699 Ajit P.
Their DNA gel, at only 10 microns in width, is roughly the size of a eukaryotic cell, the type of cell of which humans are made.
Their DNA gel, at only 10 ?m in width, is roughly the size of a eukaryotic cell, the type of cell of which humans are made.
Microbial eukaryotes inherently underpin all higher trophic levels, and thus, understanding the biological impact and subsequent recovery of these communities is critical for interpreting the long-term effects of the D H oil spill.
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In science:

Despite its low sequence identity to tubulin, its eukaryotic homologue, the two proteins not only share the same fold but follow similar self-assembly patterns, forming protofilaments.
Magnetism, FeS colloids, and Origins of Life
Given the potential biological implications, it is of interest that recent data suggest that genetic regulatory networks in eukaryotic cells are dynamically critical .
Phase transition in a class of non-linear random networks
Aldana, Eukaryotic cel ls are dynamical ly ordered or critical but not chaotic, Proc.
Phase transition in a class of non-linear random networks
Control of stochasticity in eukaryotic gene expression.
The chaos within: exploring noise in cellular biology
Origins of extrinsic variability in eukaryotic gene expression.
The chaos within: exploring noise in cellular biology
Let us look at the β and the X values of these eukaryotic groups.
Statistical Approach to Gene Evolution
After examination of around 2000 eukaryotic and prokaryotic sequences we found all trianders can be distinguished into several types.
Determinative degree and nucleotide sequence analysis by trianders
The only survivors among the eukaryotes will be the fungi and worms that can still reproduce at 50◦ C (Girguis and Lee 2006).
Astrophysics in 2006
Lopez-Garcia et al. (2006, in the Earth, Moon, and Planets “book” referred to earlier) cover much of the same material but extend it to the emergence of the eukaryotes.
Astrophysics in 2006
The role of post-translational modification of histones in eukaryotic gene regulation is well recognized.
Epigenetic Chromatin Silencing: Bistability and Front Propagation
Regions of eukaryotic chromosomes could be divided into euchromatin and heterochromatin, based on the degree of condensation during interphase, the period between nuclear divisions.
Epigenetic Chromatin Silencing: Bistability and Front Propagation
There is a vast diversity in the beat pattern and length of eukaryotic flagella and cilia.
The hydrodynamics of swimming microorganisms
Figure 9 shows a cross-section of the axoneme, the core of a eukaryotic flagellum.
The hydrodynamics of swimming microorganisms
Identification and simulation of new nonrandom statistical properties common to different eukaryotic gene subpopulations.
Chaos in DNA inversions (Draft paper)
The membrane of a eukaryotic cell is mainly composed of a lipid bilayer, which is impermeable to water solvated ions .
From Brownian Dynamics to Markov Chain: an Ion Channel Example
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