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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The formation of eukaryotic cell organelles consists of two phases: before and after mitochondria and plastids are generated from phagocytosis.
A typical experiment for demonstrating the effect of bacterial co-culture on eukaryotic cell viability would involve culturing a specific eukaryotic cell type such as endothelial cells.
The students will observe the items, touch the items, and make decisions regarding the best item to use to represent an animal cell in an effort to design a complete eukaryotic cell.
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 evolution.
Here they develop and stabilize attachments to eukaryotic cell membranes.
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.
Within a eukaryotic cell (a cell in which most of the DNA is enclosed in a nucleus), the RNA synthesized from a gene may undergo "splicing"--a process by which certain regions (introns) are deleted and others (exons) are strung together.
has begun the publication of Eukaryotic Cell with an issue in February.
Japanese researchers have traced the origin of eukaryotic cell nuclei to the symbiosis of archaea in bacteria based on genetic information, according to a report in a U.
The contributions of symbiologist Lynn Margulis to the symbiogenetic theory of the evolution of the eukaryotic cell by serial endosymbiosis on the primeval Earth have strengthened Lovelock's initial idea: that life and the environmental conditions in which it lives have coevolved.
A group of unusual RNAs, small nuclear ribonucleic acids (snRNAs), is required for eukaryotic cell life by virtue of the activity within a larger complex called the spliceosome.
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.