Man belongs to the domain of Eucarya. The three domains are eukarya, archaea and bacteria.
All life can be divided into three areas: bacteria, archaea and eukaria. Organisms in the eukarya domain store their genetic material in a nucleus and include plants, animals, fungi and protists.
Man belongs to the domain of the eukarya. This is because humans have a nuclear membrane and also membrane-bound organelles.
They are all members of the eukarya domain. Organisms in this area are eukaryotic organisms with cells that contain nuclei. Scientists classify organisms in the Eukarya domain into one of the following four kingdoms: protists, fungi, plants, or animals.
All animals are eukaryotes. Animal cells differ from other eukaryotes, particularly plants, in that they lack cell walls and chloroplasts and have smaller vacuoles. The lack of a cell wall allows animal cells to take on different shapes. A phagocytic cell can also devour other structures.
Animals, plants, fungi and protists are all eukaryotes - the EU acronym is true - and are made up of eukaryotic cells. However, like us humans, prokaryotic friends are often around. E.
E. coli is a unicellular bacterium (unicellular organism) and belongs to the category of prokaryotes. In fact, prokaryote means the Greek word for nucleus. Prokaryotes because they do not contain an organized nucleus with a transparent membrane or other specialized organelles.
Archaeas can eat iron, sulfur, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, ammonia, uranium and all kinds of poisonous compounds and produce methane, hydrogen sulfide, iron or sulfur from this consumption. They have the extraordinary ability to transform inorganic material into organic material, such as the metal in meat.
The hypothesis that eukaryotic cells arose from a symbiotic association of prokaryotes - endosymbiosis - is particularly well supported by studies of mitochondria and chloroplasts, which are said to have developed from bacteria that live in large cells.
An organism whose cells contain a nucleus surrounded by a membrane and whose DNA is linked to chromosomes by proteins (histones). Eukaryotic cells also contain endoplasmic reticulum and many specialized organelles not found in prokaryotes, particularly in mitochondria, Golgi bodies, and lysosomes.
- Kingdom: Animalia. Cells of multicellular organisms with a nucleus, with cell membranes but without cell walls.
- Tribe: Cordata. Animals with a spinal cord.
- Class: Mammals.
- Reservation: firsts.
- Family: hominids.
- Gender: homosexual.
- Species: Homo sapiens.