However, ever since a seminal event in the far past--it's hypothesized in the Endosymbiotic Theory that one prokaryotic (non-nucleated, single cellular bacteria) organism engulfed another one and rather than just digesting it, began a productive co-association--there have actually been two (or more) distinct genome partitions in eukaryotic cells
The final destination requires an exploration of symbioses within Deep Time, leading to the conclusion that modern ecosystems may not provide the best reference point for eukaryotic cell
G418 is one of the aminoglycoside antibiotics, which is toxic to both prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells
While the endosymbiont theory is the best present answer to the question of eukaryotic cell
origins, there is still widespread uncertainty regarding the identity of the original cell that hosted the initial endosymbiosis.
For the predecessors of the eukaryotic cell
were always proving themselves in competition, but it is the nature of Gaia that, before she could come into existence, all competition would have to have become submerged in a universal mutualism.
The result was the eukaryotic cell
as we now know it.
Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that makes up the contents of the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell
The eukaryotic cell
was an intruder in the mix, feeding on bacteria," Deretic says.
The application is directed towards a double-stranded synthetic gene comprising multiple copies of a structural gene region having a nucleotide sequence which is identical to a nucleotide sequence of a target gene in a eukaryotic cell
Agennix's European patent number 0471011, which covers the cDNA sequence for human lactoferrin along with its recombinant expression in any eukaryotic cell
, had been opposed by Pharming Group NV of the Netherlands.
Package 3 CO2 Incubator static (incubator for eukaryotic cell
The synthetic or S phase of the eukaryotic cell
cycle is entirely devoted to genome duplication by orchestrating two processes: DNA replication and histone production.