eukaryosis

eukaryosis

 [u″kar-e-o´sis]
the state of having a true nucleus.

eukaryosis

/eu·kary·o·sis/ (u″kar-e-o´sis) the state of having a true nucleus.

eukaryosis

[yo̅o̅ker′i·ō′sis]
Etymology: Gk, eu + karyon, nut, osis, condition
the state of having a eukarykon. Compare prokaryosis.

eukaryosis

the state of having a true nucleus.
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The spirochete symbiotic associations shown here are likely to have evolved convergently under anoxic conditions from unassociated free-swimmers normally seen in hindgut preparations and independently of Proterozoic eukaryosis (Margulis et al.
In the eukaryosis process, motile spirochetes integrated with pleiomorphic sulfidogenic archaebacteria in Proterozoie Eon seas.