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Compared to eukaryotic cells, prokaryotic cells contain A. about 1000 times more DNA. B. about one thousandth as much DNA. C. twice as much DNA. D. the same amount of DNA. I hate how its worded and how they couldn't give me a simple answer choice everything is backwards!

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Well you know prokaryotic cells only have small pieces of DNA that floats around. This said , everything in a Eukaryote is much greater than a prokaryote. However, for the scale I don't know. I would go with b.
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Again I would go with b.. a prokaryote would NEVER contain 1000 more DNA, neither would it contain the same amount NOR would it contain twice as much.

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