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Biological Overview of Life on Daistallia Prime

Life on Daistallia Prime comes in many basic varieties, many of which, while distinct from Earthly organisms, are covergent with Earth life. In addition to the basic RNA and DNA based life of Earth, Daistallia Prime life is also based on GNA (Glycerol nucleic acid), TNA (Threose nucleic acid), and HDGTNA (Hexa Deoxyribo Glycerol Threose nucleic acid, in a hexagonal helix structure). The emipres are: acytota, prokaryota, and eukaryota. Both acytota and prokaryota are sub-divided into domains based on their genetic structures. Eukaryota is divided into several kingdoms as well.

There are two main types of acytotic life: nanobes, virales, and viroids. These are completely identical and analogous to the previous known taxons.

Bacterioids and Protistoids
Following the acytota, the most primitive organisms on Daistallia Prime are the bacterioids, simple prokaryotes which do not have much in common besides a relatively simple organization, and the protistoids, simple eukaryotes which do not have much in common besides being either unicellular or multicellular without highly specialized tissues. The protistoids include the protazoids, sagenoerithids, ammocytes, and algoids. All of these may be based on DNA, GNA, TNA, or HDGTNA. And are classified as such, depending on their gene basis - D-bacterioids, D-protazoids, and so on. Otherwise, the cellular structure and behaviour of these organisms is virtually identical to earthly ones or to similar such organisms.


Following the protistoids in complexity are the fungoids, which are mostly close to earthly organisms.

Eukaryote Superkingdom

This consists of HDGTNA (Hexa Deoxyribo Glycerol Threose nucleic acid) and DNA based organisms. It includes the plantae , animalia, and hexoidea kingdoms.