anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following statements is true for a eukaryotic cell? 1) Does not possess intracellular membrane bound organelles. Everything inside just floats freely in the cytoplasm. 2) Possesses the characteristic of compartmentalization of organelles, wherein the organelles are bound by membranes. 3) Possesses simple duplex DNA in the form of a circular loop.
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anonymous
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eu means true karyotos means nucleus so basically eukaryotic means comprising of true nucleus . and that nucleus is not of a coiled structure but is is a proper membrane bound organelle . and that is for certain that all the eukaryotes have true membrane bound organelles so i'll go with option B 😇
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  • anonymous
thanks
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hey can you help me with a couple more?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
np
anonymous
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throw it over i can try ..
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
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but mention me in the comment

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