are bacterial cells prokaryotic ?


are bacterial cells prokaryotic

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Janet J. Saum 2022-11-12T11:15:14+00:00 1 Answer 7 views New Member 0

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    Yes, bacterial cells are prokaryotic. This means they lack a true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles like those found in eukaryotic cells. Instead, their genetic material is located in a region called the nucleoid, which is not enclosed by a membrane. Bacterial cells are generally smaller and simpler in structure compared to eukaryotic cells.

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