Results for: Eukaryotae

In Biology

What are the four kingdoms in the eukaryota domain?

Kingdom Protista or protists . Kingdom Fungi or fungi . Kingdom Plantae or plants . Kingdom Animalia or animals . Kingdom Rhizaria . Kingdom Excavata or Excavates (MORE)
In Biology

What is an example of Eukaryota cells?

All organisms in the four kingdoms except monera (animalia, plante, proteista, fungi) are Eukaryotic. To give specific examples: . human cells ( muscle calls, blood cells, n (MORE)
In Animal Life

An Eukaryota is the scientific name for what?

An Eukaryota isn't an individual something - its a domain that includes trees, plankton, fungi, animals and protists. Even though all of these gruops may seem very diverse, th (MORE)
In Genetics

Do eukaryota cells contain complex structures?

Eukaryotic Cells contain membrane bound structures, which are called complex, relative to Prokaryotic Cells which do not contain membrane bound structures.
In Animal Life

What is prokaryotes and eukaryotas?

Prokaryotes are microscopic organisms devoid of nucleus material. Eukaryotes on the other hand, are organisms composed of cells having nucleic matter.
In Genetics

What term describes a tiny membrane bound structure inside a Eukaryota cell?

Eukaryote cells include a variety of membrane-bound structures, collectively referred to as the endomembrane system . Simple compartments, called vesicles or vacuoles , ca (MORE)