AAT Bioquest

What are the examples of eukaryotic cells?

Posted June 6, 2022


Eukaryotic cells are identified by the presence of a membrane-bound nucleus that contains the genetic material. They may be unicellular or multicellular. All animals, plants, and fungi are multicellular eukaryotic cells. Yeasts and amoeba are examples of unicellular eukaryotic cells. 

Additional resources

MycoLight™ Green JJ99 *5 mM in DMSO*

Archaeal Histone Contributions to the Origin of Eukaryotes

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