eukaryon

eukaryon

 [u-kar´e-on]
1. a highly organized nucleus bounded by a nuclear membrane, a characteristic of cells of higher organisms.

eukaryon

/eu·kary·on/ (u-kar´e-on)
1. a highly organized nucleus bounded by a nuclear membrane, a characteristic of cells of higher organisms; cf. prokaryon.

eukaryon

[yo̅o̅ker′ē·on]
Etymology: Gk, eu, good, karyon, nut
a cell nucleus that is highly complex and organized and is surrounded by a double membrane. Also spelled eucaryon. Compare prokaryon.

eukaryon

1. a highly organized nucleus bounded by a nuclear membrane, a characteristic of cells of higher organisms.
2. eukaryote.