Eucaryotae


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Eucaryotae

 [u-kar″e-o´te]
a kingdom of organisms that includes higher plants and animals, fungi, protozoa, and most algae (except blue-green algae), all of which are made up of eukaryotic cells; see also eukaryote.

Eu·kar·y·o·tae

, Eucaryotae (yū-kar'ē-ō'tē),
A superkingdom of organisms characterized by eukaryotic cells; acellular members (kingdom Protoctista) are characterized by a single eukaryotic unit; more complex (multicellular) members have been assigned to the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.

Eucaryotae

/Eu·cary·o·tae/ (u-kar″e-o´te) a kingdom of organisms that includes higher plants and animals, fungi, protozoa, and most algae (except blue-green algae); it comprises all organisms made of eukaryotic cells.

Eu·kar·y·o·tae

, Eucaryotae (yū-kar-ē-ō'tē)
A superkingdom of organisms characterized by eukaryotic cells; acellular members (kingdom Protoctista) are characterized by a single eukaryotic unit; more complex (multicellular) members have been assigned to the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.

Eucaryotae

a kingdom of organisms that includes higher plants and animals, fungi, protozoa and most algae (except blue-green algae), all of which are made up of eukaryotic cells. See also eukaryote.