What Characteristics Do All Eukaryotic Cells Have in Common?

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The characteristics that all eukaryotic cells have in common are that they have a true nucleus. Their DNA is enclosed by a nuclear membrane. Eucaryotes comes from the word eu(true) and caryo(referring to a nucleus).
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