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Eukaryotes are organisms whose cells contain nuclear envelopes. Their protoplasm (an old scientific word for all the crap inside a cell) is divided into a cytoplasm (the material inside of the cell that lies outside of the nuclear envelope) and nucleoplasm (the material inside the nuclear envelope).
Botany — the study of plants; one of only three branches of eukaryology that does not deal exclusively with micro-organisms.
Mycology — the study of fungi. While it is now known that fungi are more closely related to plants than animals, this was not always the case, and fungi were in bygone ages occasionally classified as plants; thus, mycology has at times been regarded as a subdisciple of botany and many plant biologists are also knowledgable in mycology.
Phylogeny — studies the branching of family trees of organisms.
Zoology — the study of animals; one of only three branches of eukaryology that does not deal exclusively with micro-organisms.