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!)
eukaryotic, bacteria is prokaryotic
It is prokaryotic because most bacteria are prokaryotic and most fungi are eukaryotic
Bacteria have prokaryotic cells. They do not have eukaryotic cells.
some are eukaryotic and some are prokaryotic!
Prokaryotic e.g. bacteria
All bacteria are prokaryotic.
Bacteria is a type of prokaryotic cell
No, they are prokaryotic.
Bacteria are prokaryotic
Prokaryotic by definition are bacteria. There is your answer.
Bacteria is a prokaryotic example.
A frog is obviously eukaryotic, as all organisms are except for bacteria, which are prokaryotic.
Coccus is a bacteria. Bacteria are prokariyotic organisms
Prokaryotic. All bacteria are prokaryotic.
Prokaryotic is a single celled organism such as a bacteria and a eukaryotic organism has many cells.
People have eukaryotic cells. Bacteria are single prokaryotic cells.
ALL bacteria are prokaryotic. It means that they do not have a nucleus.
prokaryotic cells are cells like bacteria and eukaryotic are cells like human cells
Prokaryotic don't have a nucleus and are like bacteria and eukaryotic have a nucleus and we have those.