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eukaryotic

 [u″kar-e-ot´ik]
pertaining to a eukaryon or eukaryote; see also cell.

eu·kar·y·ot·ic

(yū'kar-ē-ot'ik),
Pertaining to or characteristic of a eukaryote.
Synonym(s): eucaryotic

eukaryotic

/eu·kary·ot·ic/ (u″kar-e-ot´ik) pertaining to a eukaryon or to a eukaryote.

eu·kar·y·ot·ic

, eucaryotic (yū'kar-ē-ot'ik)
Pertaining to or characteristic of a eukaryote.

eukaryotic

cell whose nucleus is enclosed within a nuclear membrane, and undergoes mitosis

eukaryotic

pertaining to eukaryosis.

eukaryotic cells
see cell.
eukaryotic transcription
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Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (Campbell, Australia) has patented methods and means for efficiently downregulating the expression of any gene of interest in eukaryotic cells and organisms are provided.
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His recent work focused on the partitioning of chromosomes and unlinking of DNA during replication, using prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems to study DNA-protein interactions and physiological roles.
The recent completion of sequencing projects for the genomes of humans and several model organisms has provided, for the first time, a glimpse of the information required for the diversity of eukaryotic life.