(Lynn Margulis) Introducción Los eucariotas, se desarrollaron mucho más tarde. La hipótesis simbiótica propone que las células eucariotas. Describe el origen de las células eucariotas como consecuencia de un proceso depredador y simbiótico entre diferentes células procariotas. La teoría endosimbiótica de Lynn Margulis La teoría endosimbiótica describe el paso de las células procariotas a las células eucariotas.
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