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An organism that has a cell wall but does not have a true nucleus is called a?

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2012-06-06 01:36:04
2012-06-06 01:36:04

Its called a Prokaryote.

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Yes. If a cell has a nucleus then it is eukaryotic and if it has no true nucleus then it a prokaryotic cell.

Organisms such as bacterias that has no true nucleus.

Cells with a true nucleus is called a eukaryotic cell

Bacteria cells or Eukaryotic cells

A cell with a true nucleus is a eukaryotic cell, whereas a cell without a nucleus is a prokaryote. Though the nucleus stores the cell's DNA information, prokaryotes still have DNA information which is simply unorganized in the cell.

A cell with a true nucleus is called a eukaryotic cell. See: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/E/eukarycell.htmlThat would be a eukaryotic cell or a eukaryote. This means the cell has a really or true nucleus. The opposite of this is prokaryote, this means before nucleus. Prokaryotes have strands of DNA.

the cell would be eukaryotic because the cell does not have a true nucleus just circular dna

because there is a true nucleus in the protists

Fungi are eukariyotic organisms.They have true nucleus.

It is called Animal cells all animal cells contain eukaryotic cell .....enkaryotic cell is a cell in which nuclearmembrane is present means true nucleus is present..............nd all organells lik golgibodies , mitochondria all orgenells r present... EU=true+KARYO=nucleus=a cell in which true nucleus is present

A procaryote has no membrane nucleus.

That would be a eukaryotic cell or a eukaryote. This means the cell has a really or true nucleus. The opposite of this is prokaryote, this means before nucleus. Prokaryotes have strands of DNA.

Eukaryote (Eu- true., Karyo- Nucleus)

An organism that's lacks a nuclear membrane. It doesn't have a true nucleus.

That kind of cell is called eukaryotic cell, in contrast to prokaryotic cell, which have no true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.

A prokaryote cell doesn't have a true nucleus. See: http://wiki.biomine.skelleftea.se/wiki/index.php/Prokaryote_versus_eukaryote for an explanation of the differences between eukaryotes, cells with a true nucleus, and prokaryotes.

The statement that a nucleus is the control center for the cell is a correct statement.True, the nucleus is the control center for the cell.

Only eukaryotic cells have a nucleus.

A cell that has a true nucleus is an Eukaryotic. A Prokaryotic cell does not have it's chromosomes surrounded by a nuclear envelope.

A eukaryotic cell is a cell that has a "true nucleus". This is because the genetic information is stored in a membrane called nuclear membrane. A prokaryotic cells do not have this "true" nucleus because their genetic information is suspended in a region called nucleoid. A eukaryotic cell also contains membrane-bound organelles, which are made up of phospholipid bilayer.

they are different b/c eukariyotic organisms have true nucleus while prokariyotic does not possess true nucleus. . .

cells with a true nucleus


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