Eukaryotae



Eukaryotae Eu·kar·y·o·tae or Eu·car·y·o·tae (yōō-kār’ē-ō’tē)
n.
A superkingdom of organisms characterized by eukaryotic cells; its single-cell members are assigned to the kingdom Protoctista, and its multicellular members are assigned to the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.

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