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Eukarya A superkingdom (or domain) containing all eukaryotic organisms, i.e. embracing protoctists, fungi, plants, and animals. In three-domain classification systems, the other two (prokaryotic) domains are Archaea (comprising the archaebacteria) and Bacteria (containing a single kingdom, Eubacteria).

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Eukarya The superkingdom or domain comprising all eukaryotes. These form the kingdoms Plantae (plants), Animalia (animals), Fungi, and Protista.

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Eukarya An alternative spelling for the domain Eucarya.

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Eukarya See EUCARYOTA.

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Eukarya See Eucaryota.

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