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Discussion Forum : Biology - Section 1 (Q.No. 18)
18.
Prokaryotic cells lack
nucleolus
nuclear membrane
membrane bound by organelles
All of these
Answer: Option
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Mehak said:   10 years ago
Prokaryote do not have nucleus but it have nucleolus.

Dhruvil said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryote has nucleus surrounded by cell wall and contain various organelles but they lack nucleolus and cell membrane.

Tina. M said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryote has no nucleus but I am sure they contain a nuclear membrane.

K.prasanthi said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryote is a unicellular organism having cells lacking membrane-bound nuclei. Prokaryotics are the primitive cells.

Sai Vignesh said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic cells contain incipient nucleus or nucleoid but it would not contain nuclear membrane.

Monica said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic:primitive cells, do not have cell organelles, eukaryotic:animal cells have cell organelles like mitochondria also have nucleus and nucleolus.

Anshul said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic cells don't have nucleus and nuclear membrane. Only eukaryotic cells have these properties.

Ankit Sinha said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic cells are the most primitive type of cells and does not contain any nucleus or membrane bound organelle.

Sadi said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic cells contain nucleoid which is not membrane bounded.

KUNJABIHARI said:   1 decade ago
Prokaryotic cells have nucleus of primitive character called Incipient nucleus.


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