Antonia Johnston

Science

New theory for the evolution of eukaryotic life

Scientists have long questioned how complex life first evolved. All multicellular life found on Earth today came from single eukaryotic cells, which contain a nucleus and other cellular machinery not found in simpler, ‘prokaryotic’ organisms. Until recently, the most widely accepted theory for how these arose had been the endosymbiotic theory. This is the notion…

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