Microbiology
Cell Biology (cytology)

Are bacteria eukaryotic or prokaryotic?

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11/11/2009

Bacteria are prokaryotic, because their cells lack nuclei. A cell with a nucleus, though, like a plant or animal cell, would be eukaryotic. (YOUUUU are EUUUUkaryotic because YOUUUU have a NUUUUUcleus - that's how I remember it!)