eukaryon

eukaryon

 [u-kar´e-on]
1. a highly organized nucleus bounded by a nuclear membrane, a characteristic of cells of higher organisms.
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Marijuana and Attempts to Tear it Down, 13 Eukaryon 61 (2017).
An English major with a minor in digital and print publishing, Lynch was inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa and Alpha Phi Omega honors societies, was a student ambassador, and was a member of the dance team and Eukaryon, the College's acclaimed science journal that publishes the best of student scholarship and research.
Many signaling transductions are mediated by G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) in eukaryon [1].