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1. General Term: Eukaryotes
Eukaryotes Organisms composed of cells that have a nucleus (i.e., the nucleus, where the
genetic material resides, is separated from the rest of the cell, called the
cytoplasm , by a complex membrane called the nuclear envelope).
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2. Divine Action Topic: Chela-Flores, Julian. Â“The Phenomenon of the Eukar...
discusses the evolution of eukaryotes, including the role of oxygen and
iron in their first appearance, and the identification of eukaryotes that are
morphologically similar to prokaryotes. Next Chela-Flores takes us from
eukaryogenesis to the
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3. General Term: Nucleus
organelle of eukaryotes , enclosed in a definite membrane that is essential to
cell functions. Its center is
called a nucleolus, which contains the DNA (chromosomes ) along with proteins
that aid its replication and translation
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4. General Term: Telophase
phase of nuclear division
in eukaryotes when the segregated chromosomes uncoil and begin to reform nuclei.
This is immediately followed (in most cases) by cytokinesis.
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