An organism that has a cell wall but does not have a true nucleus is called a?
Its called a Prokaryote.
A cell with a true nucleus is called a eukaryotic cell. See: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/E/eukarycell.html 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.
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 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.
There are numerous unicellular organisms in the biosphere. In which some of them are prokaryotes and some of them are eukaryotes. It can be differentiated based on the nucleus. If the nucleus is surrounded by nuclear membrane, such organisms are called eukaryotes (Eu=True; Karyon=Nucleus). Whereas, if the nucleus (genetic material like DNA) is not surrounded by the nuclear membrane is called prokaryotes (Pro=primitive; Karyon= Nucleus)