trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
Which structures are found in eukaryotic cells? A. chloroplast B. membrane-bound organelles C. mitochondria D. nucleus E. pili @spring98
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Spring98
  • Spring98
It's C and D! :)
Spring98
  • Spring98
can there be more than one?
Spring98
  • Spring98
you did not answer my question! ^

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EGaddIndustries
  • EGaddIndustries
Concerning prokaryotes, (I know the question is about eukaryotes. Let me get there.) they contain no membrane-bound organelles, as they lack the ability to contain them. They contain pili. All eukaryotic organelles are membrane-bound, EXCEPT ribosomes. Plant cells (which are eukaryotic) contain chloroplasts. All eukaryotes contain a nucleus of some sort, along with a number of mitochondria.
trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
sorry yes their can
EGaddIndustries
  • EGaddIndustries
There's my spiel.
Spring98
  • Spring98
Well than the answer is C and D. :)

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