Cytota

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Cytota

  1. The taxonomic superdomain of all cellular life.

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When the definition of life includes non-cellular and cellular lifeforms, this is one of the two main divisions, the other being Acytota. This superdomain is usually divided into three taxonomic domains, the prokaryotes (bacteria or eubacteria ; Prokarya / Prokaryota), the eukaryotes (Eukarya / Eukaryota), and the Archaea (archebacteria).

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