What is the main difference between a cell nucleus and a nucleoid?
size of the organelle
arrangement of the cytoskeleton
movement of the flagella
presence or absence of a su
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What is D?
thats the rest of D
So a nucleus is a membrane enclosed organelle in cells and nucleoids are irregular shape regions inside the cell, well to read more about the two you can just google them, but what do you think it will be?
Guessing isn't going to help you, read what I said again
Hint: What is a membrane?
the answer is D :D
The nuecleus has a surrounding membrane where the nucleoid does not, and I butchered the spelling!