|Title||The symbiosis that changed the world|
|Author(s)||Eme, Laura; Ettema, Thijs J.G.|
|Source||Microbiology Today 44 (2017)3. - ISSN 1464-0570 - p. 118 - 121.|
|Publication type||Non-refereed article in scientific journal|
All cellular life on Earth can be classified into one of the three domains: bacteria, archaea or eukaryotes. Whereas cells of bacteria and archaea are small and simple, those of eukaryotes are generally bigger and complex, containing a nucleus that encompasses DNA, and other subcellular compartments, referred to as organelles.