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chacymanagay

  • 3 years ago

wthat are the elements of prokaryotic

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  1. Grumbleknits
    • 3 years ago
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    Prokaryotic cells are different from eukaryotic cells because prokaryotic cells do not have any membrane bound organelles. I don't know if this helps or not.

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    Prokaryotic cells have no nucleus and lack membrane-bound organelles. They are single-celled and include bacteria

  3. Grumbleknits
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    Not necessarily- there are a few species that are multi-celled at a certain point in their life cycle, but most prokaryotic organisms are unicellular.

  4. yuktha
    • 3 years ago
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    prok-primitive ,kyotes-nucleus!it means wen put togethr primitive nucleus)ie they don't have a true nucleus!there is absence of nuclei.they r single celled!Their genetic material is naked within the cytoplasm, ribosomes their only type of organelle

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