However, very little is known about the molecular mechanism of cytoplasmic inheritance of organelles and its implications for the early evolution of eukaryotic cells
20 million years old), distinctive, and interpretable that we feel justified that modern termite associations help us interpret the evolutionary history of motile anaerobic eukaryotic cells
Finally, an examination of "eukaryotic signature proteins," in the organelles of eukaryotic cells
has shown that the proteins of eukaryotic cells
are not simply admixtures of sequences from archaea and eubacteria, but are, in many cases, unique in their own right.
These derived features and their consequences for selection on the eukaryotic cell
(the host and the clonal mitochondrial population) and perhaps on even higher level units (eukaryotic populations and species) determined which host-symbiont association succeeded and which failed.
The inside-out theory is radically different from all existing theories because the action in building the eukaryotic cell
is outside the boundaries of the ancestral cell.
Our new understanding that aging may ultimately be traceable to a relatively small number of molecular mechanisms common to all eukaryotic cells
will almost certainly speed the pace of aging research in coming years.
This part of the text starts with coverage of the nucleus, which puts the molecular biology of Part II in context of the eukaryotic cell
, then works outward to the exterior of the cell.
If most or all of the groups assigned to the Archezoa are secondarily amitochondriate, then it significantly reduces our ability to present detailed and testable models of the sequence of innovations that led to the eukaryotic cell
The D-Pop Kit is used to capture these DNA-containing particles from cell-free biological samples such as blood serum and plasma, urine, and eukaryotic cell
culture media, and to extract DNA from the captured particles.
According to his calculations, about 98 percent of the RNA produced in a eukaryotic cell
don't encode a protein.
Cell-free fluids that can be processed with the ExoMir Kit include blood serum, cerebrospinal fluid, and eukaryotic cell
The plasma membrane of a eukaryotic cell
is the site of communications between the cell and its environment through endocytosis--where different membrane-coated vesicles that constantly bud off the plasma membrane enter the cytoplasm--and exocytosis--where vesicles arrive from the cytoplasm and fuse with the plasma membrane.